The Official Tourism Website for Shropshire

Black Hill, Clun

Starting from Clun Castle car park, this 4.6 mile circular route will take you approximately 2.5 hours to complete (possibly slightly longer have little legs joining you).

Enjoy the incredible woodlands filled with wildlife and be treated to extraordinary views of Shropshire and the valley of the River Clun.

Be sure to stop off at Clun Castle, which once played a key role in protecting the area from Welsh invasion.

There are a variety of pubs and cafes in Clun to refuel after your walk. Alternatively, take the 10-minute drive to Bishops Castle to explore the town and it’s quirky shops and streets.

Download the route here

BISHOPS CASTLE

The Crown Inn

The Richards-Jones family and the enthusiastic team at The Crown are delighted to welcome customers; old and new back to The Crown.  The family have owned this beautiful, country pub & bed and breakfast since 1983; after eleven successful years of trading, the family leased the business to successive tenants.  After twenty-six years, we are […]

Bishops Castle

The Castle Hotel

The Castle Hotel in Bishops Castle, has fourteen delightful en-suite bedrooms, three bustling bars, a fine oak panelled restaurant and one of the finest hotel gardens in the land. We also have two cottage available to let, just across the square. The hotel is suffused with that elusive “I’ve got away from it all” feeling. […]

The Stiperstones

Starting at the base of the hill, this 5.2 mile circular walk will take approximately 2.5 hours to complete. You’ll find incredible viewpoints along the whole route with some of the best views in the county.

This unique heathland is steeped in history and folklore, of which the most famous is included on the map.

The Bog Visitor Centre is located nearby for refreshments and a toilet break. The visitor centre also provides displays on the history of the area and its folklore.

Church Stretton, known as Shropshire’s walking town, is a short 30-minute drive away. There are a variety of pubs nearby for a well deserved post-walk lunch!

Download the route here

Brown Clee Hill

Starting at the car park, this circular walk is 5.2 miles long and takes approximately 2.5 hours to complete. You’ll be conquering Shropshire’s highest peak, at 540m in elevation.

Several iron age hill forts are dotted around Brown Clee Hill and it’s sister hill, Titterstone Clee. When on Clee’s Abdon Burf summit, look roughly southwest ahead and you’ll see Nordy Bank, the last ‘intact’ survivor of the hill forts.

Make sure you’re camera is at the ready when you reach the summit, the views are outstanding!

Brown Clee Hill is sandwiched between the towns of Ludlow and Bridgnorth, providing a vast array of dining options after your trek!

Download the route here

Bridgnorth

Pheasant Inn

Superb Shropshire Food in a real Country Local, restored and now owned by the Community The Pheasant is a stunning Shropshire dining pub with rooms which dates back to the 18th century. Closed for almost 9 years, this quintessential country inn is now open again and welcoming villagers and visitors from far and wide. The […]

Ludlow

Ludlow Farmshop

Ludlow Farmshop – a one-of-a-kind shopping environment where farming, passion for great food and retail come together to create an award-winning experience. We are part of the Earl of Plymouth’s Oakly Park Estate which extends to 8,000 acres of Shropshire countryside of which we farm in hand 6,500 acres. All of our beef, lamb and […]

Newsletter sign up

Stay up to date with special offers, news and events by signing up to our monthly newsletter.

By submitting this form you agree to be contacted by Visit Shropshire