Jonathan’s Rock and Jinlye

A walk at the northern end of the Long Mynd, starting in Batch Valley. An easy ascent beside the gurgling streamlet in Jonathan’s Hollow takes us up beneath the prominent outcrop of Jonathan’s Rock. As we reach the plateau, a path cuts back to the rock itself (a fine viewpoint), then leads us gently down past the curiously-named Jinlye. After the airy (and breezy) moorland, the descent to All Stretton leads us through quiet bluebell-filled woodlands – quite a contrast. A pleasant little outing!

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