Exploring the woodland at Dudmaston
There are 3,000 acres of unspoilt countryside to explore through the Dudmaston estate. Enjoy circular woodland walks with plenty of views to discover.
Dudmaston has lots to offer with managed woodlands, beautiful walks and tranquil pools - a real haven for wildlife. The estate is run sustainably with conservation at the heart of everything we do. If a tree has to be removed every piece of it is used, whether for logs, furniture or woodchip for our boilers - nothing goes to waste. We are currently undertaking a programme of thinning in the Dingle, uncovering the views unseen for over 200 years. What new views will you discover?
We have a number of walking routes on the estate. Whether you’re looking for a half-hour stroll through the Dingle or a two-hour ramble across the estate, we have something to offer. All our routes are way marked and easy to follow. Leave your car at Heath Farm, Hampton Loade or The Sawmill carpark and enjoy a walk through the Shropshire countryside.
Download our wider estate walks map Dudmaston Wider Estate Walks (PDF / 2MB) download
Have a four-legged friend? Then why not walk our estate? Comer Wood is open to dog walkers 365 days a year. The Dingle is the perfect place to for you and your best pal to explore together, take in some beautiful views around Big Pool and then enjoy a warming drink and slice of cake in the Orchard.
Get on your bike.
Bring the whole family into our woods for a great cycling adventure. Whether you’re experienced or just a beginner our mountain bike route through the woods is a fantastic way to take in the scenery. Open 365 days per year this is a great way to enjoy all the seasonal changes on this beautiful part of the estate.
Wildlife to spot
The varied habitat of Dudmaston encourages an abundance of differing wildlife. Resident birds include swans, buzzards, ravens, geese and even Great Crested Grebes. Water voles and otters grace our pools and dragonflies and butterfiles are abundant in the summer months.
Find out more about our bat population, including long eared brown and pipistrelle, on our popular summer evening bat walks.