Interesting Places

You are welcome to explore the historic landscape of the Severn Gorge along the network of paths and trails that thread their way through the Trust’s landholdings. While many of these follow public footpaths and bridleways, many are new paths that have been established and waymarked by the Trust.

Please be aware that many of the paths are NOT stone surfaced, Woodland paths are of earth and leaf litter while paths through meadows are grassy. The Trust advises STURDY footwear when you walk these trails.

We have a continuous programme of upgrading the paths and if you encounter any difficulties while walking on our land, then please let us know by phoning the office on 01952 433880.

A number of routes are fully described in a series of high quality books and leaflets. To view route descriptions and maps of these, follow the links below and download a free copy.

If you would like your own copy of any of the complete publications, send a cheque and A4 self-addressed envelope, and we will forward your order to you post free.

Send your order to:

Severn Gorge Countryside Trust,
Darby Road
Telford TF8 7EP

The Trust’s new “Exploring the Severn Gorge” leaflet is available to download. Click here.

To download “The Wheelchair User’s Guide to Accessible Countryside Sites and Trails in Shropshire and the Borderlands” click here.