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Hill walking


The hills of South Shropshire, an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty, form a very special landscape rich in geology, wildlife and heritage. Hill walking provides a great opportunity to introduce people to this environment and we try to ensure that the love we feel for the landscape is passed on. We also aim to provide the skills, knowledge and confidence necessary for people to access this activity for themselves in the future.

Your options

Visiting the hills and wild places is something that can be accessed by all ages and abilities. Some of the highest points are accessible from vehicles and have wheelchair accessible trails, but other places provide significant challenges for teams to reach. We have many hills and routes we regularly visit, choosing whichever is the most suitable for the group and the weather.

We develop the map reading skills necessary for individuals to navigate and the skills to look after themselves and others in the outdoors. Fossils, historic mining villages, ancient forts and the wonders of nature, all help to change a walk into a rich learning experience.

We deliver the National Navigation Awards Scheme (NNAS) which develops and provides evidence of navigation skills. We also deliver Duke of Edinburgh Award Expedition training, practice, and expeditions.

We also run a selection of awards to suit all levels of experience to allow you to take your own groups out for walking activities and Personal Development.

And finally, if you like the idea of exploring new territory, why not join one of our trips further afield.

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