Brown Clee Hill via Shropshire Way and Jack Mytton Way

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Shropshire's hills come in segregated clusters and these linked routes take in two hills which are quieter than the Church Stretton and Long Mynd area, or the Stiperstones. There are plenty of good views, ancient earthworks, rich farmland, well-marked if little-used paths and (I have to admit) some pretty ugly radio masts at the summit, but don't let that stop you. The transmitters are part of the air traffic control system, so we can't complain too much and the walks are worth it anyway.

Paths are mostly well-marked on gateways and fenceposts etc, but not always so clear across some farmland where few walkers actually tread; some recent diversions and path-clearing seems to be under way.

And who was Jack Mytton? Well, to save you searching, try looking in http://www.shropshire.gov.uk/countryside.nsf.

England - Central England - Shropshire - Shropshire Hills

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Ancient Monument, Great Views, Hills or Fells, Lake/Loch, Moor, Wildlife, Woodland

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