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For anyone looking for a very enjoyable quiet undemanding circular walk through countryside and woods far away from the maddening crowds this walk should suit. It explores the countryside between the two Villages of Stottesdon and Choreley. Fine views of the Titterstone and Brown Clee hills can be seen.

England - Central England - Shropshire - Countryside


Birds, Butterflies, Cafe, Church, Great Views, Mostly Flat, Pub, Stately Home, Tea Shop, Wildlife, Woodland
7/1/2021 - Annette Kirk

Completed (almost)this walk 22/06/2021 A lot of the route is really overgrown partly due to the time of year but not completely. A few ricketty stiles and 2 missing footbridges, obviously not walked regularly. Point 5 the stile behind the signpost is almost completely obscured by growth and there is no waymark visible. Point 8 the footbridge at this point is completely gone, a chest height gully that was extremely difficult to get in & out of! A local farmer told us there was another FB further along the hedge. The last stile in this instruction is well hidden and redundant but there is a large gap in the hedge - don't go through. Point 11 the way marked gate is at the brow of the hill. Point 20 the second FB mentioned here is completely gone. Managed to scramble across hanging on to overhead tree branches. The steps are difficult to see and badly eroded. The last stile in this instruction we didn't even attempt to cross as the stingers were head height! We diverted through the corn field to pick up the Jack Mytton Way and followed that back into Stottesdon.

12/4/2019 - Amelia Swift

The bridle way is almost impassable and the gate to the farm yard will not open (even when you untie the baler twine the farmer has used to keep it closed). The way point (5) cannot be visualised so it is very difficult to know which way to go across the fields. By the time I went a mile out of my way trying to find the stile for (6) I gave up. Seems this walk has not been followed for some time. Might try it again when we have had a dry spell.

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