Winter walks in and around Shropshire and Staffordshire

Be inspired by a bracing winter walk at our special places in and around Shropshire and Staffordshire. There's a wealth of wildlife to spot and amazing views to enjoy.

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This article was created before the coronavirus crisis, and may not reflect the current situation. There may be restrictions in place on some of these walks. Please make sure you check web pages for individual places before you travel for booking details and the most up to date information about visiting

The view across the Shropshire Hills from Long Mynd

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.

Views from the toposcope in winter

Kinver Edge 

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

Frost covers the park and pond as the winter sun rises in the background

Attingham Park 

As the winter sun shines on the frost, wrap up warm and explore the great outdoors at Attingham. While exercising outdoors please remember to make space and keep a 2 metre distance from other visitors.

Walking near Hadrian's Arch

Shugborough 

Visit us and enjoy the season by taking part in our Estate Walks.

winter on mill pool dudmaston

Dudmaston

Walk, run or cycle the woodland trails at Dudmaston this spring. These dog friendly walks are open every day, all year round and car parking is free for National Trust members.

The woods in the snow

Wenlock Edge 

Winter is a great time to enjoy views and peace on Wenlock's wooded walkways. Let us recommend a favourite walk with a downloadable map.

A lead statue in winter at Powis Castle and Garden, Powys, Wales
Walking trail

Powis Castle 

Pull on your winter woollies and follow our winter trail around the garden. See the shapes of the topiary and intricately trained fruit trees sparkling under frost and admire unparalleled view across the Severn Valley and Breidden Hills from the Top Terrace.

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