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WEST MIDLANDS

West Midlands

HEREFORDSHIRE

Hereford City Trail (PT 201) 13km Grade 2
Organised by Amesbury Walkers
The circular walk takes you around all the historic sites including the Castle and the Cider Museum.

SHROPSHIRE

Benthall Edge (Ironbridge) (PT 129) 11km Grade 2+
Organised by British Walking Federation
Ironbridge.gif (77982 bytes)The walk starts by crossing the famous Iron Bridge and enters Benthall Edge Wood. The focus of this walk is the lovely countryside of Benthall Edge. Benthall Hall is open to the public on Wednesday and Sunday afternoons in the summer. There are nine museums in the immediate area, all with a local industrial theme.

Ludlow Trail (PT 200) 10km Grade 2
Organised by Amesbury Walkers
This circular walk starts in the historic town of Ludlow and visits the castle and museums, and affords magnificent hill-top views.

WARWICKSHIRE

Stratford-upon-Avon Permanent Trail (PT 20) 10km Grade 1
Organised by Ise Valley Vagabonds
Take time to explore the town where William Shakespeare was born. Don't miss the must-see sights connected with him, including Anne Hathaways cottage and the modern Shakespeare Theatre.

Warwick Permanent Trail (PT 98) 12km Grade 2
Organised by Ise Valley Vagabonds
This walk starts just outiside Warwick, taking in canals, riverside, park land, Warwick Castle, old Warwick and then crosses the race course and on through fields. Plenty to see. Please see route description for Warwick race days – the route is closed on those days.

Rugby Permanent Trail (PT 194) 10km Grade 2
Organised by Ise Valley Vagabonds
This is where the game of rugby began. Tour the town, see the rugby football museum, pass Rugby school and imagine Webb Ellis picking up the football!

WORCESTERSHIRE

Ramada Ramble (PT 202) 10km Grade 2
Organised by British Walking Federation
The start is close to the Georgian Town of Bewdley. The route is a mixture of minor roads, lanes and footpaths, tracks and riverside paths. Varying terrain gives outstanding views across the Worcestershire and Shropshire countryside.

Pershore Trail (PT 255) 10km Grade 2
Organised by Amesbury Walkers     
A pleasant walk along the banks of the River Avon, followed by woodland and farmland, then returning through the town. Refreshments in Pershore.  Note Pershore railway station is 3km from the town.

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