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Long Mynd Shropshire

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Looking west from the gliding club.
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Looking west from the gliding club.

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High moorland escarpment in southwest Shropshire, near Church Stretton.

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On the A 489 between Newtown (Powys) and Craven Arms.


A few roads give access to the upper land where there is limited parking but the country is best seen by walking up one of the many valleys which intersect the hillsides. Carding Mill Valley can be busy with tourists but most visitors stay in the lower parts of the valley.


Limited parking, several car parks in Church Stretton.

Key Areas / Routes

Carding Mill Valley, Minton Batch, Callow Hollow.

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