The Wenlock Walks are five short circular walks which start at the clock tower in Much Wenlock square, opposite the Guildhall and the museum. They are all less than 5km and can be walked in two hours or less.
Each walk takes you out of the town and into our glorious countryside. They can get muddy so you’ll need appropriate footware, but once you’ve walked all these you’ll want to walk some more!
The walks are the result of three years hard work by the Wenlock Footpaths Group volunteers, working in conjunction with Shropshire Council and Shropshire Hills AONB Partnership. More ShropshiresWalks can be found at www.shropshirewalking.co.uk
Please download PDF versions of each walk from the links below.
You can also obtain a pocket-sized booklet containing the maps and useful background information from Much Wenlock Visitor Information.
A long, steep climb up a stony track takes you to the top of open fields, with exhilarating views of hills and fields all around before you come back through a sheltered wood.
This is an easy, flat stroll, with open views of hillsides and a pleasant walk back through quiet woods along the track of the old railway.
You don’t have to go far from the town to walk up to Wenlock Edge, and then along it, with views through the trees to Homer and the Shrewsbury Plain.
This starts by taking you up a narrow wooded gully, out into open field, and then up a further hill with views of the Clee Hills. You come back down the hill into Much Wenlock, with a long, pleasant sight of the town below you.
This route starts with the climb to Walton Hill, which is steep but is rewarded by stunning views. Then it comes back along the valley, through a range of farmland and woodland.