Tag: Walk

Mitchell's Fold is a stone circle in Shropshire. You can park nearby and easily walkable with kids of all ages. Lots of other walks in the area too.

Powis Castle and Garden is a great family day out on the Wales-Shropshire boarder at the town of Welshpool. The Gardern is a fantastic family picnic spot.

Dudmaston Estate in Shropshire is a great place to take the family for a walk: woods, fields, streams, stepping stones, lake, dam, and of course the Hall.

Meet the Grigg family who set themselves the challenge of bagging the Wainwrights. They also wrote a book "Nowhere Fast - Walking the Wainwrights".

The Blakemoorgate Cottages, in the Stiperstones NNR, is a great walk for a family that can be done in an afternoon, morning, or for a lunchtime picnic.

The Stiperstones has a mix of nature, myth, and history. It's a great place to explore with your family. Stop off and visit in your car or go for a hike.

As part of the National Trust's Great British Walk festival in 2013 they made a number of secret walks available. We tried the secret walk at Attingham Park in ...

Read about this family's double micro adventure: wild camping followed by sea kayaking (with a bit of coasteering too!). Micro adventures are great!

All throughout the school holidays, Attingham Park (managed by the National Trust) in Shropshire, are feeding their deer at 2pm. Even though there is a ...

Attingham Park, near Shrewsbury in Shropshire, is a well run National Trust property. Regular activities for kids, a massive play park, woods, and deer.

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