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There are three main national trust walks on this.. A basic one which is around 2k, a medium one at around 4k and a hard one at around 8k!
Really enjoyed doing the medium one and then finding our way onto the rest of the...More
Super road to drive, fantastic views! We traveled into Church Stretton, then followed the Bur Way all the way stopping at the small parking area and went for a wander on top. Then continued along past the gliding club which was good to see in...More
I have heard of the "Long Mynd" many times and always assumed the peak was only accessible on foot;- until I looked at a map and saw that a road from the centre of Bishops Castle lead straight to the top. Although a little "hairy"...More
11 km long and 5km wide. The 1700 ft elevation offers incredible views of the steep valleys with their charming local towns. It has the feel and beauty of a 17th century painting...Single track roads make an interesting drive...
We drove up there from Church Stretton & missed the right turn that would take us around the circuit. Consequently we found ourselves in lanes & at unmarked junctions that gave us little clue as to which way we required. Our road map did not...More
We took the train from Hereford to Church Stretton which took about 40 minutes. Upon arriving, it was only a five minute walk through the town to reach the start of the trail that leads to Long Mynd.
Once we were up in the mountains,...More
Drove up the Long Myndd from Norbury and via The Portway, the back way. The drive up the hill was interesting to say the least- single track with plenty of passing places, several climbs that must have been 1:3/1:4, exposed on left hand, passenger side...More