Bury Ditches & Clun Country Walk Scenery – Shropshire Walks – Tour England Walking Holidays UK
Enjoy some great Bury Ditches & Clun Country walk scenery with relaxing music to see if you fancy Shropshire Walks whilst on tour England Walking Holidays UK. Along the walk you visit the small town of Clun and the Iron Age hillfort of Bury Ditches on Sunnyhill. Scenery includes: fields, woodland and rolling green hills; a river and stream; paths, tracks and lanes. You may also see cattle and sheep plus ducks on the River Clun.
Bury Ditches & Clun Country Walk Scenery
Route finding during this lovely country walk around Bury Ditches and Clun was clear and easy. The terrain includes field and woodland path, tracks and quiet country lanes. It can also be very muddy in places, especially after rain. Along the route you visit the small town of Clun and the Iron Age hillfort of Bury Ditches on Sunnyhill. Scenery includes fields, woodland, a river, a stream and rolling green hills. You may also encounter cattle and sheep plus ducks on the River Clun. On a clear day the scenery is great but on this visit the scenery is restricted due to fog.
Bury Ditches is a British Iron Age hillfort which lies between Clun and Bishop’s Castle in the Shropshire Hills. It is home to one of the best-preserved hill forts in England, dating from about 500BC. It has a well-ordered oval shape and is located on the top of the hill named Sunnyhill.
Clun is a beautiful and historic small town in the Clun Valley in south Shropshire, nestled in the Shropshire Hills, an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty (AONB).
The county of Shropshire lies in the central region of England; bordering the Welsh counties of: Powys to the west; and Wrexham to the north-west. In England it borders the counties of: Cheshire to the north; Staffordshire to the east; Worcestershire to the south-east; and Herefordshire to the south.