Geocaches - 1
I've had my eye on this walk for a while but was put off by the comments from the last people to have completed it. They talked of bad stiles and impenetrable crop fields. As this was in 2012, I decided to bravely provide an update to the walking community.
And I'm delighted to announce that in August 2018, all is good. The stiles require a touch of athleticism but the problem paths down by the Teme are now clear... although I was fortunate enough to walk it on harvest day.
One of the reasons I was interested in the walk is that it starts from an unexplored pub, The Bridges Hotel. A steady uphill climb through fields rewards with fine views over Shropshire's Clee Hills.
|First of the Views over Shropshire|
Could this be a bonus pub?
|Now I'm scared.|
Downhill from Menithwoods to the potential problem areas... first a field full of beer ingredients and then wheat fields along the Teme.
|Harvest time is to my advantage|
|Glimpse of the Teme only happens from Stanford Bridge|
|The Bridge Hotel, Stanford Bridge|
Beer wise, with have a Ludlow Brewery Blonde and a Wye Valley HPA availble. Big fan of Ludlow Brewery but I play it safe with a top quality HPA.
|Jimmy Quadrophenia is in the Snug|