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Ludlow Walking

Walking in Ludlow

Ludlow Mortimer Country, is superb walking country. The are routes suitable for all levels of walking, from leisurely strolls to the pub or around a picturesque village. Well marked trails around local forests and country estates, to countryside rambles. Ludlow in Ludlow is also home to several nationally recognized long distance Walking Trails.

Here are a few of the highlights

The Mortimer Trail  is a 30 mile Walking route from the Kington  to Ludlow which follows the highland ridge through Ludlow. It is an ideal long distance walk to spend a few days walking. Either book a walking holiday with Wheely Wonderful Cycling, who offer a 3 day holiday package with all accommodation, luggage transfers and maps. Or do your own thing and book Bed & Breakfast or a self catering holiday cottage. This is an ideal walking holiday to take your dog along - as the majority of the walk keeps follows Forest paths. There are also a range of loop walks from the Ludlow - ideal if you want to fit in a pub lunch too.

Offa's Dyke National Trail - borders the Ludlow countryside, so if you are planning a walk along the Offa's Dyke why not use accommodation from Ludlow for this stage of the walking trail. Or use your base in your holiday cottage to walk along sections of the Offa's Dyke. This stretch of Offa's Dyke  has the best remains of the Offa's Dyke earthworks. Wheely Wonderful Cycling also has holiday walking packages along the Offas' Dyke making the holiday organization easy for you.

Walking With Offa' - there is a range of well written and signposted routes around Ludlow in Ludlow - especially from Bucknell.  See the Mortimer Country website for downloadable maps.

Bus Walks. Use the local buses and the Castle Connect bus service to walk one of the range of short walks around Ludlow. Maps are downloadable from the Mortimer Country Website. The bus services connect the walks with Ludlow.

National Trust Walks - Croft Castle  in Ludlow has a range of walks around its estate, which overlap with the Mortimer Trail all start from Croft Castle.

Mortimer Forest Walks - starting from High Vinnalls car park on the Wigmore road and Black pool car park, near Richards Castle. Signposted walks , including an all ability trail on good forest tracks.

Walking events and Mortimer Country Walking Festival. There are lots of guided walks throughout the year in Mortimer Country, Ludlow. Many of these walks take you into areas which are not usually accessible to the public, like the Brampton Bryan  "walk in the Park" Check our events guide and our Walking Festival Page.