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Tuesday, 22nd August 2017: Whixall Moss

Tuesday, 22nd August 2017: Ragleth

Wednesday, 23rd August 2017: Rea Brook Nature Reserve

Thursday, 24th August 2017: Perspiration, Persistence and Patience (P3)

Thursday, 24th August 2017: Lee Brockhurst

Thursday, 24th August 2017: Hills around the Stretton Valley

Sunday, 27th August 2017: High Peak Trail

Sunday, 27th August 2017: South and East of Leintwardine

Sunday, 27th August 2017: English Maelor

Tuesday, 29th August 2017: Acton, Nantwich

Tuesday, 29th August 2017: Brown Clee

Wednesday, 30th August 2017: Last evening walk followed by a meal

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Walking in Shropshire

Shropshire is a beautiful county. It is famous for the high moorland of the Long Mynd, the long wooded scarp of Wenlock Edge, the historic Severn Gorge at Ironbridge (the birthplace of the Industrial Revolution), the ancient rocky spine of the Stiperstones, and the Wrekin, the isolated hill which indicates 'home' to so many Shropshire people.

But, there are many lesser known areas which provide equally stunning countryside to enjoy.

There is so much space for everyone. Fine weekends bring the crowds to Ironbridge and the Carding Mill Valley in the Long Mynd, but just a short distance away you can be alone and quite possibly not see anyone at all. The downside to the quiet and emptiness of the countryside is that paths are not heavily used and can make navigation not so straightforward..