Out and about on Wenlock Edge
I managed to capture a new view of Brown Clee - Shropshire's tallest peak - while exploring Wenlock Edge.
I clocked up more than 10 miles as I walked along some of the footpaths on this narrow limestone escarpment, which runs from Craven Arms to Ironbridge.
Wenlock Edge boasts a mix of flower-rich grasslands and ancient woodland, along with internationally important sites for geology.
There is also evidence of previous industrial use, with old quarries and lime kilns along the way.
I spent the afternoon and evening up there, and the only people I came across were a retired couple who were hiking the entire length of the Shropshire Way.
They told me they were camping overnight and heading to Ironbridge the following day. What a great way to explore Shropshire!
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