The volcanic rocks of the Stretton Hills in Shropshire are among some of the oldest in Britain.
They were formed about 560 million years ago and provide spectacular views across the surrounding countryside.
This photo gallery includes images of Caer Caradoc, the Long Mynd, Ragleth and the Lawley.
Caer Caradoc, the highest of the Stretton Hills, is thought to be the last standing place of the British warrior chieftain Caradoc or Caractacus, who led a revolt against the Romans.
Much of this landscape is designated as an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty.