Discover The Shropshire Hills & Ludlow
The Shropshire Hills are not just beautiful, they are officially outstanding. The Shropshire Hills Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty (AONB) was designated in 1958 and covers a quarter of Shropshire. Stand on any of the hilltops and admire the view from the rocky Stiperstones, the plateau of the Long Mynd, the landscape of the Clee Hills & Corvedale, to The Wrekin & Wenlock Edge and the Clun Valley & Clun Forest.
This distinctive area of the Anglo-Welsh borders is where remote upland merges into pastoral lowland. The Shropshire Hills is a varied and special landscape which is rich in geology and wildlife and ingrained with heritage in rolling farmland, woods and river valleys. Off the beaten track and tranquil, a living, working place, loved by locals and visitors alike for its quality of environment, for walking and activities of all levels, and for relaxation and inspiration. There’s plenty to do and see within many rural villages and hamlets and many vibrant country markets.
Shropshire Hills Map
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