AudlemOnline Logo Link

ARS back to Stiperstones

4th May 2010 @ 7:07am – by Audlem Webteam
Back home  /  News  /  ARS back to Stiperstones

This coming Saturday, 8th May, ARS (Audlem Ramblers Society) has decided on a return to the Stiperstones in Shropshire but on a different route than followed a couple of years ago.

The walk starts at The Bog, a visitor centre where, appropriately, toilets are available. The walk is described as being in two contrasting sections – firstly green rolling hills typical of western Shropshire and then a complete change of character in the final stages as the walkers tackle the actual Stiperstones.

The walk is 9 miles in length and involves 1405 feet of climbing and Andy Davidson rates it as 2 boot bordering on 3 boot on the scale of difficulty.

Navigation looks straightforward but as there will probably be ground nesting birds on the Stiperstones, dogs must be kept under control.

As there's a good bit of driving to get there it's an 8.30am meet at Audlem car park.

This article is from our news archive. As a result pictures or videos originally associated with it may have been removed and some of the content may no longer be accurate or relevant.

Get In Touch

AudlemOnline is powered by our active community.

Please send us your news and views using the button below:

Village Map

© 2005-2024 AudlemOnline
Visitors Today 1,005 / July 17,840