Ashes Hollow Picnic Spot
Ashes Hollow Picnic Spot
Ashes Hollow Picnic Spot
Ashes Hollow Picnic Spot

Ashes Hollow Picnic Spot

 Shropshire, England.
ParkingPicnic Area
Hiking Trail

1.8 km long.

Difficulty:  Easy

Ashes Hollow Picnic Spot Route Map

Click map to view the route published on OS Maps, Ordnance Survey

Ashes Hollow is a beautiful valley in the Long Mynd, just up from the Small Batch Campsite, in the village of Little Stretton, Shropshire.

The walk starts at the far end of the campsite and you follow the stream that flows through the valley.

The first part of the walk has a flat trail but does have a couple of stiles to climb over.

This is a great place for a picnic on a sunny day. Our kids have loved playing in the stream here.

The upper part of the walk can get a little bit more difficult, with a narrow trail that turns rocky, though there are some stepping stones for the kids to cross.

Parking can be difficult when it is busy. There are two pubs in the village. The one at the crossroads near the start of the walk has a couple of large trampolines for kids to play on.


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 Parking Picnic Area

Facilities Details

Parking is limited in the lane. You can't use the toilets at the campsite unless you are a camper there. However, there is a family-friendly pub at the crossroads.

On The Map


Ashes Hollow Picnic Spot
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Longitude: -2.85694
Latitude: 52.529122