• Near Nipstone Rock Stiperstones

  • Golden Valley

  • Linley Beeches

  • Ludlow Castle & Dinham Bridge

  • The Buzzard at Kingsland Bridge

***Stages 14 and 15 - Nesscliffe ***

There will be increased noise from 22-26th January 2024 on the Nesscliffe training camp while Specialist Military live explosion demolition training takes place. Increased security measures will be in operation on the camp during this time to ensure safety of the public. All public rights of way will remain open.

Rad Valley under threat. The first mile of the Shropshire Way goes along Beehive Lane and across a bridge over the Rad Brook. This is a beautiful and unique rural footpath within Shrewsbury town conservation area. Please help to preserve the tranquility of this special place by going to South page and follow the links.

Temporary Diversions 2023

Landslip at Benthall Woods : check Stage 8 for details

Owing to work on the Montgomery Canal there will be temporary diversions at various points on the towpath from November 2022 ongoing in to 2023. Check stage 13 for the latest news.

The Association was formally constituted in June 2016 and became a Registered Charity in June 2021. Its aims are to maintain, preserve and promote the Shropshire Way Main Route as a long distance path. See our About page for more information.

The Path

The Shropshire Way Main Route is a long distance path of some 200 miles, covering not only the wonderful Shropshire Hills in the South but also some of the historic towns and unique natural features in the North of the county.

The Southern Main Route of the Shropshire Way follows much of the original path as conceived by Ramblers in 1980. For more historical details see our History. The path links Shrewsbury with the historic towns and villages of Bishop's Castle, Clun, Ludlow, Much Wenlock, Ironbridge and Wellington.

Walking the Shropshire Way will reveal to you some of England’s best kept secrets. You will discover the stark rocky crags of the Stiperstones with its unique landscape. You will walk over ancient hill forts, stay in Mediaeval towns and villages, wander through beautiful woodland and then realise you don’t have to climb a mountain for a spectacular view as you reach the summits of the Clee Hills and the Wrekin.

Much Wenlock is the birth place of the Olympic Games and the Ironbridge Gorge gave rise to the Industrial Revolution. The museums here are worth an extended stop-over.

Whether it’s a short break or a walking holiday Shropshire is a treasure chest of interest and delight.

Contact Us

Shropshire Way Association Registered Charity No. 1194685

Privacy Policy

Website by InSynch