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After finding a small car park about a mile or so from Much Wenlock, we then couldn’t at first work out where it started from. Fortunately there was someone returning from a walk at the time and gave us good advice. You need decent walking...More
A National Trust managed area of land offering great views to North and South. Originally planned to just do the easier woodland walk but pleased we decided to add on the easy to moderate listed walk out and back along the two sides of the...More
Managed by the National Trust, this ridge created during the Ice age runs for about 18 miles between Much Wenlock and Church Stretton. It is of geological and conservation special interest. Wooded, but offering numerous vantage points either side of the hills to both south...More
There’s not much you can say about the edge , you need to experience it for yourself ,,an amazing place , views are breath taking , scenery is the same , very tranquil and if your really lucky you can see the deer in the...More
We walked through Much Wenlock and up onto Wenlock Edge and along for some distance. The views are better in the spring and autumn when there are not as many leaves on the trees. It is quite steep getting up onto the edge in places,...More
We walked up to the edge from our hotel in Much Wenlock, although there are NT car parks scattered along the length. The walking is fairly easy once up the top & whilst not as open as the Long Mynd, when it does open up...More
Wedlock Edge is an extensive linear geographical feature. What lets it down is the absence of good viewing points. Parking was free and walks signposted but these were pretty much just woodland walks, which was fine but not that special.