Private guided walking. Shropshire Hills.

including the Longmynd and Church Stretton.

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Shropshire Hills, Longmynd and Church Stretton.  


Mountain Leader.

I'm possibly biased given I'm Shropshre 'born and bred', but I'd say that the Shropshire hills offers some of the most beautiful scenery in the UK. I'm not alone, the region has been designated as an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty.  

The Shropshire Hills are a stunning mix of steep sided valleys, high moor land and ancient hill forts with views to the Brecon Beacons and Pen-Y-Fan to the South and Carair Idrus to the west, to name but two.

With Corndon Hill to the west with the StiperStones, Longmynd and finally Wenlock Edge and the Clee Hills as you move east.  To the north, overlooking the historic Ironbridge Gorge stands the Wrekin.  

Let me show you the best walks in the Shropshire Hills. As a qualified Mountain Leader I'll organise the route while you enjoy the epic scenry. 

My favourite routes include: 

  1. "Carodoc Cardington loop."  Starting above Church Stretton, summeting Caer Caradoc and then heading out to the 'chocolate box' village of Cardington here you can take a lunch stop at the local pub. The return leg takes us back via Willstone Hill.
  2. "Cardinmill Valley to Bridges"  A classic walk across the top of the 'mynd for lunch at bridges. 
  3. "Little Stretton to Pole Bank loop" - Taking in some stunning scenry this walk takes in two picturesque valleys and the highest point on the Longmynd. 
  4. So many others, including the Lawley Caradoc ridge walk, Jonathans Hollow and the Port way, plus your own suggestions.

FAQs

1

Is it for me?

Of course. I can optimise the routes and timings to suit you.   

2

Where and when?

A good meeting point is the National Trust Cafe in the Cardingmill Valley and walks can be scheduled to suit you.

3

What kit do I need ?

Your usual out door gear should be fine, walking trousers, waterproof jacket, waterproofs in case of rain, A pack for water and snacks. Sun glasses, sunscreen, extra fleece, gloves and appropriate footware (boots, trail shoes etc.).