FARM AND WOODLAND WALK OPEN FROM 10.00AM TO 4.00 PM EACH DAY
Member of National Outdoor Events Association
The walk has been designed to show you the beauty of the best parkland and woodland that Shropshire has to offer. If you follow the longest red route it will take about an hour and a half. You can take the purple shortcuts and re-join the red routes to reduce the time. If you stick to the red route you will be entirely on dry land. The orange sections marked on the plan will give you a bit of paddling so you will need wellies, or you can experience the raw pleasure of the cooling effect of pure Hopton Brook water running between your toes! There are signs and arrows to show you the way around the walk.
The management accepts no responsibility for any injury or damage to persons or property however caused and we advise the following:
Please wear suitable footwear.
Rabbit holes and hoof prints are a natural part of agricultural and woodland landscape. Please look carefully where you are stepping.
Please respect the livestock and wildlife that you will meet on the way around.
Keep dogs on leads at all times.
Please shut all gates.
Please do not deposit litter.
Please stick to the route on the plan.
Thank you for your co-operation and I hope you enjoy the walk.
KEY TO THE PLAN
A. DRUIDS CHAIR
C. STEPPING STONES
E. BADGER’S SETT
F. PHEASANT PEN
G. DRAGON FLY POND
H. DUCK POND
X. Those of you who want a stamping walk can follow the public road onto Catherton Common, which also gives access onto the Clee Hill. You can then rejoin at point ‘X’ on return to the red route back to the Camp Site.