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Follow the trails out to the front of the hill for commanding views across the River Severn and Shrewsbury to the South Shropshire and Welsh hills beyond. Opening Times: The car park is open 6am to 6pm 1st November-28th February. 6am - 8:30pm 1st...more
All reviews dog poo bacon butties marked paths new owners great dog walk great place to walk gentle walk viewing platform home made cakes enjoyable walk walking area cafe on site lovely cafe shropshire hills cup of tea trail walks
This is a Forestry Commission property that offers easy walking coupled with wonderful views of the Shropshire countryside. There is a small cafe that offers hot food cakes sandwiches and drinks. Thgis is small but if it is a nice day there is plenty of...More
Parking is £1 for 1-2hrs or £2 all day. There are loads of trails to choose from and once you’re done the cafe has lots to offer without breaking the bank. The couple who run the cafe are absolutely charming. Glad we found this gem,...More
A beautiful spot just outside Shrewsbury,car parking (chargeable) three level of trails ,the yellow being suited for wheelchairs and pushchair,dog friendly and a lovely cafe,terrific views across Shropshire
A very pleasant day out with the two dogs. Chose to go in midweek and was right to do so as it was quiet. A beautiful sunny day added to the enjoyment of looking for the red toadstool’s. The dogs enjoyed the off lead running....More
A beautiful location - lovely walks, plus a ruined abbey close by. Most importantly, a delicious soya latte and gorgeous homemade glazed orange cake - marmaladey and not too sweet. The chocolate cake looked delicious too. Excellent!
Lovely well kept area. Highway Rat trail was lots of fun and well signposted. Cafe was great, fab service and delicious cake! Would definitely recommend. Followed geo trail to the viewpoint, again we'll signposted. There was some dog muck, such a shame some dog owners...More