How long is Bridgnorth walk?
The full course (including the route up Brown Clee) is 21.5 miles (34.7 km). The event starts at 10.00 am in Bridgnorth High St.
Where can I walk in Bridgnorth?
- The Clee Hills from near Cleobury North ( Download : PDF )
- Wyre Forest and River Severn from Upper Arley ( Download : PDF )
- The Upper Arley Circular Walk ( Download : PDF )
- Arley station to Trimpley reservoir ( Download : PDF )
- Pound Green, Bell Pits Circular Walk ( Download : PDF )
Can you walk along the river in Bridgnorth?
It contains a number of circular walks around Bridgnorth’s countryside, through its unique town, and along the banks of the River Severn. All of the walks offer a great variety of scenery, from enjoying the wildlife on the river to experiencing the fabulous views of the surrounding rolling countryside.
What is the Bridgnorth walk for life?
It contains a number of circular walks around Bridgnorth’s countryside, through its unique town, and along the banks of the River Severn. If you are after a short route up to 4 miles long that’s not too difficult but can keep you fit and healthy why not follow one of the Walking for Life! routes.
Where can I find information about Bridgnorth and Shropshire walking?
If you would like to find information on other walks to enjoy around Bridgnorth or throughout the rest of Shropshire visit www.shropshirewalking.co.uk. Or if you would like to explore more about Bridgnorth and Shropshire’s landscape, people, nature and history visit www.discovershropshire.org.uk Shropshire Council
How much does it cost to run the Bridgnorth marathon?
Both event starts at 9:30am from Bridgnorth High St (half an hour earlier than walkers). Water Stations every mile will be on hand. The fee for marathon runners is £35 and for the metric marathon £25, which not only provides a contribution to the cost of staging the event but also towards Lions’ charity funds.
Where can I walk from Bridgnorth to Hampton?
At Hampton you also have the option of catching the Severn Valley Railway back to Bridgnorth to shorten the walk. This route continues south to Highley where you cross the river and enter Severn Valley Country Park. The lovely 126-acre riverside park consists of woodland, meadows, a lake and riverside banks.