The Gaer Stone and the Battle Stones

After lunch in Church Stretton, there’s time for a short wander on the Hope Bowdler hills, visiting the remarkable outcrop of the Gaer Stone, then walking to the other end of the ridge at the Battle Stones. It’s windy and it’s cold, but when the sun shines the light is lovely. We head back toward the car in the lee of the wind, and the sun’s gone behind some thicker clouds. Time for home.

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One thought on “The Gaer Stone and the Battle Stones

  1. Graham

    The two with great skies are the stand out ones for me in this collection Geoff. Great views overall for a modest walk from your parking place.

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