Spring walks in Shropshire and Staffordshire

As early spring blooms peep through and flashes of colour can be seen in the flowerbeds, it's the perfect time to get outdoors for a walk in the fresh air.

Lightspout waterfall

Lightspout Waterfall walk

Discover the waterfall Victorian visitors called a "miniature Niagara".

The Attingham deer, descended from the original herd brought to Attingham in the late 1700s

Wildlife walk at Attingham Park

Attingham Park is home to a wide range of wildlife, don't miss the Deer Park, the Walled Garden and miles of beautiful walks.

Comer woods walkers spring explorer trail

Explorer Trail, Comer Woods

Explore Dudmaston's wider estate. This mixed surface route is suitable for little legs, walkers and cyclists.

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Northycote Farm to Moseley Old Hall walk, near Wolverhampton

Explore the countryside around Moseley Old Hall, joining up with part of the Monarch's Way, and enjoy great views across Northycote Country Park.

Children enjoy the natural play features in the Kinver Edge woodland

Woodland trail

Wander through woodland and past natural play areas to rewarding views.

Wenlock edge view of Wrekin

Major's Leap walk - circular

Enjoy a 3.5 mile walk along an old packhorse route and through woodland footpaths. Take in far-reaching views.


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