Total steps: 10
Total steps: 10
Stables Courtyard, Attingham Park, SY4 4TP. Grid ref: SJ5501109896.
From the car park make your way through the Stables Courtyard past the cottage garden and bear right. Take the cut-through on your left and bear left at the fork in the path by the cedars to join the Mile Walk along the riverside.
Walk along the riverside.
Take the path bearing right at the single cedar, following signs for the Deer Park Walk.
At the junction, continue to follow signs for the Deer Park Walk as you walk along the path through the trees.
Cross the cable-stayed bridge across the River Tern and enter the woodland.
At this junction look for the shortcut to leave the woodland and enter the deer park by the river. Continue along this grassy track.
The grass track leads you towards the large deer park gates. At this point you can extend your walk by following the instructions under Step 8, or head towards the end of the route by skipping to Step 9.
This is an optional walk extension. Continue forward past the gates and follow the yellow-tipped stakes, which will take you under Tern Bridge, giving you a view of the mansion from the riverside. Retrace your steps until you reach the deer park gates once more. This route forms part of the WWII walk and is closed until spring 2023.
Leave the deer park through the gates, and cross the two bridges over the River Tern.
Continue along the path past the front of the Regency mansion.
Mansion tea-room, Attingham Park, SY4 4TP. Grid ref: SJ5501109896.
On this short circular walk, learn more about the interesting trees in the historic Pleasure Grounds around the Mile Walk at Attingham Park, with views across the River Tern to the Deer Park.
Watch out for a wide range of wildlife, including fallow deer, ducks, swans and otters on this circular walk in the beautiful parkland of this great estate.
This walk is a great way to see some beautiful views and also to really get to the heart of 'those blue remembered hills', as mentioned in the poem by A E Housman.
This high energy walk takes you down into Ironbridge, the 'Birthplace of the Industrial Revolution'. Explore the independent shops and cafes in the town before returning back to Benthall.
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