It’s an old favourite – from Aston Munslow, up onto the Wenlock Edge, down the lane to Munslow and back across the fields. It’s a widely-varying scene as we walk, through sheep pastures and arable fields, quiet rough tracks, the wooded Edge – and a bit of bedrock on the little sunken lane taking us down to Munslow. The day improved – rather grey and flat at the start, clear skies and warm sunshine at the finish. Quiet too – just three other people in five miles. Perfect!
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J > Oh, I do miss Shropshire! One day of my long walk (240 mile) circuitous walk around S Shropshire in 1997, I walked from Clun to Wenlock and passed through the Munslows. It was very hot and sticky, and I was glad to get up amongst the trees on the Edge, along the Jack Mytton Way.