Shropshire Way

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Start: Grindley Brook
Distance: 139 miles (224 km)
Grid Ref: SJ521433
 
Climbing: 5,072 metres
Walk time: 60-70 hours
Days: 10-14

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Summary: The Shropshire Way is a waymarked long distance footpath running through the English county of Shropshire. It runs around the interior of the county in a large loop. Though there are lots of intersecting paths which add to the complete Shropshire Way the route described here is the most popular way to carry out an uninterrupted linear walk. It begins in Grindley Brook and visits, in order, Alkington, Hollinwood, Whixall, Wem, Clive, Grinshill, Hadnall, Haughmond Hill, Shrewsbury, Bayston Hill, Lyth Hill Country Park, Betchcott Hills, The Portway, Pole Bank, Long Mynd, Bridges, Stiperstones, Nipstone Rock, Norbury Hill, Lydham, Bishop's Castle, Churchtown, Cefns, Clun, Steppleknoll, Sunnyhill, Kempton, Hopesay Hill, Sibdon Carwood, Craven Arms (Newtown), Onibury, Stanton Lacy, Ludlow, Titterstone Clee Hill, Upper Bromdon, Clee Burf, Brown Clee Hill, Holdgate, Wilderhope Manor, Easthope, Presthope, Blakeway Common, Much Wenlock, Ironbridge Gorge, Coalbrookdale, Little Wenlock, The Wrekin, Alscott, High Ercall, Poynton Green, Muckleton, Stanton upon Hine Heath and Lee Brockhurst before returning to Wen and following the path taken to Grindley Brook.


Useful Links:
The Shropshire Way Guide Book
Rambler's Guide to the Shropshire Way
Wikipedia


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