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Terrific walking

We spent a day walking the forest and it was lovely. The trails are clearly marked and the footing... read more

Reviewed 2 weeks ago
seafeathers9
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The Valley, Anguilla
Walking Ancient Pathways

Our walk began at Ludlow Castle and took us up and through fields and into Mortimer Forest. Near... read more

Reviewed 10 June 2018
biancam595
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Central Saanich
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Wigmore Road, Ludlow SY8 2HD, England
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Reviewed 2 weeks ago

We spent a day walking the forest and it was lovely. The trails are clearly marked and the footing is good. You can do a leisurely walk or kick it up a bit by doing the hills.

Thank seafeathers9
Reviewed 10 June 2018

Our walk began at Ludlow Castle and took us up and through fields and into Mortimer Forest. Near the castle and river beautiful beech and Yew trees can be seen. Up through meadows we passed conifers and more beech... a fabulous afternoon walk.

1  Thank biancam595
Reviewed 1 June 2018 via mobile

Go here every time we come to stay and the dogs love it. Stopped at the top for a brew and look at views

Thank Saldj62
Reviewed 18 May 2018

A beautiful and varied area combining forested and open areas. Ideal for walks, particularly if you have an active dog. Can be accessed from Killhorse Lane (runs from just S of Dinham Bridge to Wigmore) , - stop first for the view over Ludlow from...More

Thank PeteWLaw
Reviewed 5 May 2018

We followed the very well marked 'red' trail and it was a good round walk which involved no getting lost at all (take note Wyre Forest !). Some lovely views, spring flowers, including an abundance of violets, and we were serenaded by cuckoos most of...More

1  Thank Sarah B
Reviewed 25 April 2018

We had some time to kill in Ludlow so decided on a 5 mile circular walk from Ludlow. Starting at the castle the route took us through Whitcliffe Common to Ludford. A little bit of walking along the main road then led to a footpath...More

1  Thank northwalesnaturist
Reviewed 2 April 2018

Well signposted paths of various lengths. Fairly good underfoot even after all the rain. Can download leaflet from Internet.

1  Thank 692Pacman
Reviewed 31 March 2018

Yo the south of the city and many access points, take a map. Higher land rather than hilly and not by any means all wooded. Quiet day but hardly saw a soul or another dog up there and did not find any fossils, On a...More

Thank Nightowl0808
Reviewed 3 March 2018

How lucky I am to have this on my doorstep. I can see the peak of the forest (High Vinnals) from the house in Ludlow and through the year it changes but looks best through autumn and winter, particularly when shrouded in mists or sprinkled...More

Thank Steve B
Reviewed 8 February 2018 via mobile

An expansive wilderness south west of Ludlow with many access points, the forest is well known for its geology and with a little research you can locate accessible areas to search for fossils.

Thank Simon B
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