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304504Trig point, Manstone Rock, Stiperstones
304505Quartzite outcrop, Stiperstones
304506Quartzite outcrops on the Stiperstones
304507Quartzite on the Stiperstones ridge
304508Stiperstones, Quartzite outcrops are common
304509The Shepherd's Rock, The Stiperstones
304801Caer Caradoc does not look impressive from southeast
304802The countryside between Caer Caradoc and Hope Bowder Hill
304803The Lawley is a long whale-backed hill
304804Caer Caradoc seen from the Wilderness
304805Hills & ridges east of Church Stretton
304806Looking south along the main ridge of the Lawley
304807The summit of the Lawley provides a good viewpoint
304808The ridge of the Lawley ia about 2 miles long
304809Caer Caradoc & Long Mynd from the slopes of the Lawley
304810The strategic nature of Caer Caradoc is obvious
304811Caer Caradoc provides excellent views in all directions
304812Looking south from Caer Caradoc
305001The bridge at Clun crosses the River Clun
305002The ruins of Clun Castle
305003Clun Valley seen from the Shropshire Way near Clun
305004Colourful Shropshire countryside at the height of summer
305005The Offa's Dyke National Trail and Dyke near Lower Spoad
305006The distinctive Parish Church in Clun
322112Stile leading to final part of the walk near Black Pool
330801Cardingmill Valley, Church Stretton
330802Church Stretton
330803Caer Caradoc from Ragleth Hill
330804Ragleth Hill's plateau summit & Caer Caradoc
330805Packet Stone on Minton Hill near Church Stretton
330806View across valley from Packet Stone, Long Mynd
330807Midland Gliding Club on the Long Mynd
330808Slanting trees near Cardingmill Valley
330809Descending into Cardingmill Valley by a stony stream
333401The plateau summit of Titterstone Clee Hill
333402The surrounding landscape around Titterstone Clee Hill
333403Looking South from Ritterstone Clee Hill
333404On the descent to Catherton Common
333405Flowering gorse on Catherton Common
333406Golf ball like radar structures on Titterstone Clee Hill
339501The view northeast from Gatten Plantation, Stiperstones
339502The view southeast from Gatten Plantation to the Long Mynd
339503The deep valley of Mytton Dingle on the west flank of the Stiperstones
339504Green Hill on the west side of the Stiperstones
339505Manstone Rock silhouetted against a winter sky
339506The Long Mynd from the Stiperstones
339507Looking south from Manstone Roack, the Stiperstones
339508Corndon Hill from the Stiperstones
339509Manstone Rock is the highest point of the Stiperstones
339510Manstone Rock from Cranberry Rock, the Stiperstones
339511Sunset over the Stiperstones ridge from Manstone Rock
339512Looking east from the Stiperstones towards the Long Mynd
342201The path between Jinnerton and Bridges
342202The hamlet of Bridges
342203Near the hamlet of Ratlinghope
342204Devil's Chair is a quartzite outcrop on the Stiperstones
342205Looking north along the Stiperstones Ridge
342206Manstone Rock, the highest point on the Stiperstones Ridge
344701Dominating the "Stretton Gap" - Caer Caradoc Hill from the west
344702The Gaer Stone, Hope Bowdler Hill

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