The government guidelines have been updated and we can now increase numbers of walks!
We have therefore increased the numbers on our walks and will monitor how it works with higher numbers.
Importantly, we still have to social distance on the walks.
This is a 11 mile round trip with some fantastic views and invigorating climbing. The route quickly climbs out of Carding Mill Valley and up onto the long broad ridge that makes up the Long Mynd and we follow the ancient Port Way before descending to Bridges.
We head south over Adstone Hill and on to the village of the Medlicott, before hauling ourselves up to the Shropshire Way on Pole Bank.
An elevated ridge walk then takes us over the highest point before descending back to Carding Mill valley and the excellent National Trust Café, having earned an extra large slice of carrot cake.
Notes: Walking poles may help when descending. Good hiking footwear is essential for this walk. A water bottle will be useful. Toilets at the start, and may be available at Bridges if the Three Horseshoes pub is being friendly.