- Name Shropshire Way
- Length of trail 225 km, 140 miles
- Length in days 11 days
- Traildino grading EW, Easy walk, nature trail
140 miles. 224 km.
The Shropshire Way is a path on the English side of the border with Wales. The trail is the result of the cooperation between local volunteers; they selected the most beautiful parts of the Shropshire Hills. The result is a series of shorter walks that can be combined to a contiguous trail. Together they show the many different aspects of this quiet region. A northern leg exists, connecting the hills to Chester.
The Shropshire Hills are an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty. The hills are fairly high, with an attractive pattern of hedgerows and meadows.
- Wandelgids Walking the Shropshire Way | Cicerone
- Guidebook describing a 2 week trail around Shropshire. The 180 mile (290km) route is made up of two loops centred on Shrewsbury and visits Stiperstones, Wenlock Edge, Ironbridge and the Wrekin. Also describes the challenging 19½ mile (31.4km) Stretton Skyline Walk. Read more