GPS Cycle and Walking Routes


Bishop's Castle Ring

61 miles (98 km)

This walk encircles the historic market town of Bishop’s Castle in Shropshire. The walk first heads to Clun with it’s Norman castle, church and interesting houses. You continue to Aston-on-Clun and then to the spectacular Long Mynd (video below). This heathland plateau forms part of the Shropshire Hills Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty and is owned by the National Trust. The views are spectacular, making this section one of the walk highlights.
The next section takes you to the rocky Stiperstones and The Bog lead mines, which are of great historical interest. The final section runs through Stapely Common to the ancient stones of Mitchell’s Fold before heading through Saddlers Little Wood and returning to Bishop’s Castle.
The walk is waymarked with a green and yellow disc.

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Bishop's Castle Ring OS Map - Mobile GPS OS Map with Location tracking

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Corndon Hill

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Clun Castle

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Hopton Castle

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Footpath atop Clunbury Hill

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Plowden Woods

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Long Mynd

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Looking to Pole Bank over heathers, The Long Mynd

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Disused Ladywell Lead Mine, Shelve, Shropshire with Corndon Hill beyond

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