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North Shropshire

'The Mosses offer flat soft-surface easy level walking on mown tracks, but walking boots or wellingtons are recommended ... Three interlinking Mosses Trails explore the towpaths of the can ...
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'An historic woodland fantasy with cliffs, crags, caves, deep woods and a series of extraordinary monuments built over 200 years ago ... Includes intricate pathways, ravines, arches, bridges, tower ...
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'Whilst the group is not overly large it is well supported and holds one half day Saturday afternoon ramble and one all day Sunday ramble per month throughout the year. The Saturday walks are norma ...
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'There are limited spaces on each walk so advanced booking is recommended. However if there are spaces remaining on any walk, these will be available for take-up on the day. An up-to-date indicator ...
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'In 2006 Ellesmere was chosen as the UK centre for an ambitious international touring exhibition of sculpture in the landscape. The exhibition "Extramuros" was launched in Ellesmere in March 2007 a ...
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'The route, both varied in terrain and rich in history, takes in Ironbridge, Ludlow, Hay on Wye, Builth Wells, Rhayader, Devil’s Bridge, Machynlleth, Dinas Mawddwy, Bala, Llangollen, Craignant, Mon ...
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'Centred on the rural southeast corner of Wrexham County Borough, the 24 mile long Maelor Way meanders gently through three counties. It links six long-distance paths: the Sandstone Trail, ...
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Pete's Montgomery Canal Photo-site 'My original aim in constructing the photo-site was to share with you a selection of the many photo's that I took during restoration work on the Montgome ...
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'The route has few outstanding moments, passing mostly through low lying farmland. The Sandstone and, especially, Gritstone, trails provide longer views at the expense of more cli ...
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'Established, as its name suggests, to mark the Millennium. The Way for the Millennium is approximately half the length of the Staffordshire Way.'


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