Brown Moss Countryside Heritage SiteWith its marshes, pools, heathland and woodland, a great variety of wildlife flourishes at Brown Moss. There are several reasonably level, well defined circular walks, most of which require stout footwear or wellingtons.
Colemere Countryside Heritage SiteOne of Shropshire’s most beautiful meres, Colemere is almost completely surrounded by mature woodland and has two very attractive hay meadows.
Corbet Wood Countryside Heritage SiteSituated on the slopes of the Grinshill sandstone ridge there are paths and viewpoints which offer excellent panoramic views towards Shrewsbury, the Shropshire Hills and the Welsh Borders.
Fenn’s Whixall and Bettisfield Mosses NNRFenn's Whixall and Bettisfiled Mosses NAtional Nature Reserve (NNR)
Ifton Meadows Local Nature ReserveIfton Meadows Local Nature Reserve is a former Colliery site which has since been re-clothed by nature to provide a diverse mosaic of habitats and notable species. From semi-natural ancient woodland with extensive swathes of British bluebell to skylarks nesting on the acid grassland with views across the wider countryside to the Welsh hills.
Llanymynech Limeworks Heritage AreaA site steeped in history spanning both sides of the English / Welsh border. 18th century Industrial archaeology has been preserved and interpreted and can be found within managed woodlands and meadows showing good diversity of flora and fauna together with views across the wider Shropshire countryside.
Lyth Hill Countryside SiteVisit Lyth Hill for spectacular views of the Shropshire hills and exhilarating walking on the edge of Shrewsbury.
Nesscliffe Hills and the Cliffe Countryside Heritage SiteNesscliffe Hills and the Cliffe Countryside Heritage Site is 70 hectares including wooded hills and a heather covered ridge, and gives expansive views over the Shropshire countryside and Welsh hills.
New EnglandTake a stroll along the babbling Borle Brook to discover the story of the mining hamlet of New England and the beautiful Donkey Bridge.
Oswestry Old Racecourse CommonOswestry Racecourse is a gem of a site situated at 1000ft on the Welsh/ English border in the Oswestry uplands with far reaching views to the east and west. At 22 hectares this is a large area of countryside to wander around the 3km figure of eight 18th century horse racing track.