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All reviews half way great walk halfway house worth the climb well worth the effort main path views are amazing walk up up hill walking boots shropshire countryside car park dog poo take your time sunny day small cafe couple of hours
As an unfit, non-walker I wondered what I had let myself in for on the first incline!
But despite my trepidation we made it to the top! It took longer than I thought with the children in tow but they got up there no problem....More
The Car Park is basically roadside at the moment but there’s enough of it not to fear not being able to find a spot.
You’ll be wise to have a pair of boots and possibly a stick as the ground can be slippy.
This is a really nice circular walk which is easily visited if staying at the Buckatree Hotel (see review) there are no benches but what I did find unacceptable was selfish dog walkers who carried dog poop bags but then just discarded them on all...More
The Wrekin is great for all ages, its great exercise, its a bit hard going in places, but once you have reached the summit the views are amazing. Its dog friendly and car parking is free. There is also a small cafe halfway up for...More
The Wrekin is a local landmark which offers excellent views from the top when the weather is clear. There are several routes which can be taken and some are more difficult than others. The walk to the top can be undertaken by someone who is...More
I've got to say myself and family have done this walk quite a few times as it's very fun. We have 5 children and each of us always have such a laugh :) you can take as long or quick as you would like.. I...More
Stayed at a nearby Hotel with very good food so needed to walk a bit of it off and this walk was on its doorstep and very popular to runners, bikers and hikers. Quite a steep start to the walk but it was well worth...More
It was well worth the 40 minute walk up a broad track through lovely woods to see the great views across the surrounding countryside from the top. There is parking along the road but I imagine at busy times this could be a problem.
The main drag is just that - a long rather tedious drag to the top! Instead plan to spend longer and walk right over the top and down the opposite side! Two lovely routes back to the parking area - or instead try the High...More