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Images from the Walks
100901The ascent of the Wrekin starts in pleasant woodland
100902The trig point on the Wrekin and the view east
100903The view towards Ironbridge from the Wrekin
107201The Stiperstones Inn
109701Looking north from Caer Caradoc to the Lawley
109702The Long Mynd provides a super backdrop to Church Stretton
109703Caer Caradoc is an interesting hill with rocky outcrops
118001Carding Mill Valley can be busy
118002The upper reaches of Carding Mill Valley, Long Mynd
118003View from the Long Mynd plateau
118004View of Burway Hill & Caer Caradoc beyond
118005The side valleys all provide interest in the Long Mynd
120301Stokesay Castle, managed by English Heritage
120302The Tudor gatehouse at Stokesay Castle
120303View Edge provides all round views
120501The hamlet of Bridges from Adstone Hill
120502Long Mynd with Coates Farm in foreground from Adstone Hill
120503The Darnford Valley from Adstone Hill
120504The Stiperstones from Adstone Hill
120505Avenue of trees on Adstone Hill
120506Avenue of trees on Adstone Hill from Medlicott
120507The view from above Medlicott
120508Heather and bilberries galore on the Long Mynd
120509Looking towards the Wrekin from the Betchcott Hills
132101Caer Caradoc is an excellent viewpoint for the Long Mynd
132102View north from Caer Caradoc to the Lawley
132103Caer Caradoc from Willstone Hill
132104The Lawley from col west of Willstone Hill
132105Looking south from Hope Bowder Hill towards Brown Clee Hill
132106Gaer Stone is passed between Hope Bowder & Church Stretton.
137401Main path leading up Carding Mill Valley
137402Path leading into upper Carding Mill Valley
137403The path to Lightspout Waterfall goes left here
137404The pretty path to Lightspout Waterfall
137405Lightspout Waterfall above Carding Mill
137406Above Lightspout Waterfall en route to Pole Bank
137407Pole Bank trig point and toposcope
137408Crossing moorland towards Townbrook Valley
137409Descending Townbrook Valley
140901Looking up Carding Mill Valley from the start
140902Steep sided valley on the eastern side of the Long Mynd
140903Upper section of Carding Mill Valley
140904The upper reaches of Carding Mill Valley
140905Top of climb out of Carding Mill Valley with Haddon Hill on left
140906Typical landscape above Carding Mill Valley
140907The path leading onto Haddon Hill
140908Moors & deep valleys at Carding Mill Valley
140909View from Haddon Hill includes Caer Caradoc and the Lawley
140910Ridges and hills surround Carding Mill Valley
140911Golf Course & Caer Caradoc, the Lawley and Wrekin
140912Carding Mill Valley seen at the end of the walk
145101Dudmaston Estate - Seggy Pool
145102Dudmaston Estate - Dudmaston Hall and boathouse
145103Dudmaston Estate - The Dingle
145104Dudmaston Estate - a gate house
178501Offa's Dyke Path below Graig Hill
180901Rolling countryside of west Shropshire
180902Stiperstones are higher than Long Mynd
180903The highest point of the Stiperstones is Manstone Rock
180904Cranberry Rock, Stiperstones

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