Walks in Shropshire and Staffordshire

The places we care for in Staffordshire and Shropshire have some great walks and trails for you to try. From short strolls to lengthy rambles there's bound to be something to enjoy.

Hidden up along the Mile Walk at Attingham is a peaceful spot where in May/Jane the flowers bloom bright purples and pinks

Head out on a walk around Attingham

Explore the Deer Park, stroll through our Walled Garden, or enjoy the beauty of the River Tern.

The view across the Shropshire Hills from Long Mynd

Try one of these beautiful walks at Carding Mill Valley

Explore the Long Mynd more by picking one of these walks to follow. They all start from Carding Mill Valley, and you don't have to venture too far to find some solitude.

Walkers sitting on a bench at Kinver

Walks on Kinver Edge 

Try one of these beautiful walks at Kinver Edge. Discover views, wildlife and rock houses whatever your ability.

The Lions Bridge

Walks at Downs Banks

Walkers of these two trails will find a secret valley, a wealth of wildlife, panoramic views, wonderful woodland and much more.

Sunlight and shadows bathe the East Front of Dudmaston Hall as the evening sun sets
Walking trail

Dudmaston Hall and Dingle walk 

Discover Dudmaston's history and wildlife, and explore the beautiful wooded valley of the Dingle.

Moseley in Spring
Walking trail

Enjoy a walk from Northycote Farm 

Explore the area around Moseley Old Hall and discover some great views across Northycote Country Park.


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