The view from Haughmond Hill

…is tremendous – a wide panorama taking in the Wrekin and Wenlock Edge, the Clee and Stretton hills, the Stiperstones and Breidden, the Berwyns and, in the far distance, mid-Wales peaks. Is that Cader Idris on the horizon? It’s far too good for a hill that needs no climbing – it must be very gently uphill from the car park, but we’re not going to have to stop to get our breath back…

There’s a little snack bar back at the car park, which closes about 5 minutes before we arrive back at the car. Next time perhaps?

Haughmond Hill (Forestry Commission)

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One thought on “The view from Haughmond Hill

  1. val brumby

    Looks like it was a beautiful day ~ lovely photos ~ such a marked contrast to where I am ~ no rain for weeks, not a sign or hint of any autumn ~ temps in the 90’s F. although no surprise really apart from some of the higher temps ~ we never really get a proper autumn and feel fortunate if we get one or two of those bright crisp days ~

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