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On Top Of The World

An absolute 'must-see' natural feature if visiting Shropshire. The Long Mynd is fabulous walking... read more

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Andrew G
Fantastic moorland area

Great paths, and things to explore. Saw wild Welsh ponies, grouse and lots of sheep. Amazing number... read more

Reviewed 3 days ago
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Reviewed yesterday

An absolute 'must-see' natural feature if visiting Shropshire. The Long Mynd is fabulous walking country but minor roads allow summit access the easy way. The views, particularly to the northeast, east and southeast, are stunning. Fabulous in autumn. A real holiday highlight. I must return...More

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Reviewed 3 days ago

Great paths, and things to explore. Saw wild Welsh ponies, grouse and lots of sheep. Amazing number of hills.

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Reviewed 4 days ago

We took a drive across this wonderful section of the hills predominantly open moor.There are many trails to walk if that is your thing but we enjoyed the drive with places to stop and admire the scenery. There is an airfield along the way and...More

Thank Peterperfik
Reviewed 5 days ago via mobile

My family and l love this area and visit often. Beautiful from the top if you've braved driving up there!!! Stunning.

Thank yorklass59
Reviewed 3 weeks ago

Had wonderful week's walking holiday here with friends and some new ones in a wonderful location in Shropshire. Extremely attentive staff and wonderful food and excellent bar. The hotel itself exudes the grandeur of the past but is in excellent condition and order. Outdoor pool...More

1  Thank Steveshols2014
Reviewed 4 weeks ago

This is a well-trodden series of paths along and around these gorgeous Shropshire hills, with great views on a clear day. At the start there's ample parking ( free for NT members) and a good NT cafe with out door terrace. The lower parts of...More

Thank hilaryb53317
Reviewed 4 weeks ago

We decided to cycle up Long Mynd after spending the morning touring some local villages and hoping to take in the spectacular views from the top. This should have worked out fine but we chose to cycle up from the western side via the hamlet...More

Thank sadLsore1
Reviewed 4 weeks ago via mobile

Stayed at a local campsite situated at the bottom of the Long Mynd in Little Stretton. Walked up the Mynd through Ashes Hollow. Paths well maintained by the National Trust but worn in places, that are still passable. Beware on hot days the flies can...More

Thank Simon T
Reviewed August 10, 2018 via mobile

The Long Mynd is a long hill rising above the Strettons in Shropshire. You can walk up it, or drive, or take the Shuttlebus when it’s running. At the very top there is a toposcope and a trig point, at the south end a gliding...More

1  Thank Nick I
Reviewed August 7, 2018

Stiperstones is a well know landmark very close to the Longmynd, in Shropshire. During summer months the Shropshire Hills Shuttle Buses operate a frequent service and I used this to the landmark and walked back towards Carding Mill car park, to pick up the car....More

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I have only been to the Long Mynd on this occasion, so don't know of any other ways to the top. I didn't find it too scary, there are lots of passing places and a few parking places. Well worth the trip if you can brave it... More