Opening times for 2 December 2023
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Free parking at Much Wenlock (TF13 6AS), Presthope (TF13 6DQ) and Wilderhope Manor (TF13 6EG). The Presthope and Wilderhope car parks are open 24 hours a day, and the Much Wenlock car park is open dawn till dusk.
Dogs allowed under close control
Car parks along the B4371. Much Wenlock car park 1 mile west from Much Wenlock. Presthope car park 3 miles west from Much Wenlock
Parking: Car parks are located at Much Wenlock, Presthope and Wilderhope
Sat Nav: For Much Wenlock use TF13 6DH For Presthope use TF13 6DQ For Wilderhope use TF13 6EG
The western end of Wenlock Edge is 1 mile west from Much Wenlock.
436 from Shrewsbury, alight Much Wenlock, 436 from Bridgnorth, alight Much Wenlock
Explore nature in a special place with a group or school visit to Wenlock Edge.
Wenlock Edge is a one pawprint rated place. Dogs are welcome here, but facilities are limited. They'll be able to stretch their legs in the car park and enjoy walks across the woodland all year round. Please clean up after your dog and keep them under close control.
Narrow limestone escarpment with important geological features, flower-rich grasslands and ancient woodland.
Explore the Shropshire countryside at Wenlock Edge on a circular walk or try out the play area and complete some of the '50 things to do before you're 11¾' activities.
Go on an easy 2-mile circular walk through green lanes, passing remnants of Shropshire's industrial past including the Jenny Wind tramway. Look out for interesting plant species that thrive on limestone grasslands on the route.
Enjoy this circular walk, named after a local military legend, which runs along an old packhorse route and through woodland footpaths at Wenlock Edge.
In a secluded spot in the Shropshire countryside, this unique holiday cottage is perfect for family and friends to gather and enjoy.
Located on Morville Hall Estate, 2 Morville Barn is a cosy conversion in South Shropshire which is surrounded by lots of local attractions.
Wenlock Edge is a narrow limestone escarpment that runs for 18 miles from Craven Arms to Ironbridge, the National Trust owns 8 miles of this stretch. There is a mix of flower-rich limestone grasslands and ancient woodland along with internationally important sites for geology, making the area an important Site of Special Scientific Interest (SSSI). Along Wenlock Edge you'll see evidence of its old industrial use, with old quarrys and lime kilns along the way.
There is a myriad of footpaths and bridleways along Wenlock Edge which can easily be accessed from the two car parks on Wenlock Edge and from the car park at Wilderhope Manor.