Jack Mytton Way

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Start: Cleobury Mortimer
Distance: 73 miles (117 km)
Grid Ref: SO670759
 
Climbing: 2,583 metres
Walk time: 30-36 hours
Days: 4-7

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Summary: The Jack Mytton Way is a long distance footpath and bridleway in mid and south Shropshire, England. For much of its length it passes through the Shropshire Hills AONB and includes parts of Wenlock Edge. It passes over the Clee Hills, and through the towns of Cleobury Mortimer, Church Stretton, Clun and Much Wenlock, passing close to Bridgnorth, Broseley and Highley. The south-west end is at Llanfair Waterdine. East of Roman Bank, it forms a loop. It is named after Jack Mytton (1796–1834) a Shropshire landowner, MP, horseman, foxhunter, gambler and Regency rake. He was also known as Mad Jack. (Source: Wikipedia)


Useful Links:
The Jack Mytton Way Guide
Wikipedia
Church Stretton
Shropshire's Great Outdoors
Long Distance Walkers Association


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