Photos from Shropshire - Page 1
The images listed here are all taken from the walks featured on this website.
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|Images from the Walks
|The ascent of the Wrekin starts in pleasant woodland
|The trig point on the Wrekin and the view east
|The view towards Ironbridge from the Wrekin
|The Stiperstones Inn
|Looking north from Caer Caradoc to the Lawley
|The Long Mynd provides a super backdrop to Church Stretton
|Caer Caradoc is an interesting hill with rocky outcrops
|Carding Mill Valley can be busy
|The upper reaches of Carding Mill Valley, Long Mynd
|View from the Long Mynd plateau
|View of Burway Hill & Caer Caradoc beyond
|The side valleys all provide interest in the Long Mynd
|Stokesay Castle, managed by English Heritage
|The Tudor gatehouse at Stokesay Castle
|View Edge provides all round views
|The hamlet of Bridges from Adstone Hill
|Long Mynd with Coates Farm in foreground from Adstone Hill
|The Darnford Valley from Adstone Hill
|The Stiperstones from Adstone Hill
|Avenue of trees on Adstone Hill
|Avenue of trees on Adstone Hill from Medlicott
|The view from above Medlicott
|Heather and bilberries galore on the Long Mynd
|Looking towards the Wrekin from the Betchcott Hills
|Caer Caradoc is an excellent viewpoint for the Long Mynd
|View north from Caer Caradoc to the Lawley
|Caer Caradoc from Willstone Hill
|The Lawley from col west of Willstone Hill
|Looking south from Hope Bowder Hill towards Brown Clee Hill
|Gaer Stone is passed between Hope Bowder & Church Stretton.
|Main path leading up Carding Mill Valley
|Path leading into upper Carding Mill Valley
|The path to Lightspout Waterfall goes left here
|The pretty path to Lightspout Waterfall
|Lightspout Waterfall above Carding Mill
|Above Lightspout Waterfall en route to Pole Bank
|Pole Bank trig point and toposcope
|Crossing moorland towards Townbrook Valley
|Descending Townbrook Valley
|Looking up Carding Mill Valley from the start
|Steep sided valley on the eastern side of the Long Mynd
|Upper section of Carding Mill Valley
|The upper reaches of Carding Mill Valley
|Top of climb out of Carding Mill Valley with Haddon Hill on left
|Typical landscape above Carding Mill Valley
|The path leading onto Haddon Hill
|Moors & deep valleys at Carding Mill Valley
|View from Haddon Hill includes Caer Caradoc and the Lawley
|Ridges and hills surround Carding Mill Valley
|Golf Course & Caer Caradoc, the Lawley and Wrekin
|Carding Mill Valley seen at the end of the walk
|Dudmaston Estate - Seggy Pool
|Dudmaston Estate - Dudmaston Hall and boathouse
|Dudmaston Estate - The Dingle
|Dudmaston Estate - a gate house
|Offa's Dyke Path below Graig Hill
|Rolling countryside of west Shropshire
|Stiperstones are higher than Long Mynd
|The highest point of the Stiperstones is Manstone Rock
|Cranberry Rock, Stiperstones
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