Take a stroll through some stunning Shropshire countryside managed by National Trust. Free access and parking available. Wenlock Edge is a narrow limestone escarpment that runs for 18 miles from Craven Arms to Ironbridge, the National Trust owns 8 miles of this stretch. There is a mix of flower-rich limestone grasslands and ancient woodland along with internationally important sites for geology, making the area an important Site of Special Scientific Interest (SSSI). Along Wenlock Edge you’ll see evidence of its old industrial use, with old quarrys and lime kilns along the way. There is a myriad of footpaths and bridleways along Wenlock Edge which can easily be accessed from the two car parks on Wenlock Edge and from the car park at Wilderhope Manor.
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