Shropshire’s beautiful and varied landscape offers you lots of opportunities for walking in the great outdoors.
From the Offa’s Dyke Path National Trail and The Shropshire Way to short circular walks in picturesque villages and parishes, in Shropshire there is something for everyone.
With over 5,500 km’s of Public Rights of Way, two Country Parks, several countryside heritage sites, over 7,000 ha of open access land and a quarter of the county designated as the Shropshire Hills Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty, you will be spoilt for choice with stunning walks and views round every corner.
Whatever sort of walk you are looking for, whether close to a market town, showing some of the best countryside or with a pub lunch to finish off, the search criteria will help you find it.
Annual Survey 2018
The 2018 Annual User Survey is now available until 31st March 2018. Please click on the link below and then on the ‘How to get involved’ tab and help us to develop and identify priorities for Rights of Way, other access routes, and the Country Parks and Heritage Sites managed by Shropshire Council. Our budgets are under increasing pressure and your responses will help us to identify key areas for development in the future.
This is an annual survey, so you may well have filled out last year… please do so again! If you take part in a number of activities that make use of facilities in different ways and for which you would give different responses, e.g. for walking with friends and riding, you can fill in this survey more than once.
The survey should only take about 10 minutes of your time, depending on how much detail you give when answering the questions.