Author Topic: Caer Caradoc  (Read 318 times)

redeye

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Re: Caer Caradoc
« Reply #15 on: 18:01:32, 14/11/17 »
Nice blog. Not been up Caradoc but had a jaunt up to hope bowdler a few years back when we camped near the. Wenlock Edge is a good walk as well  O0

adalard

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Re: Caer Caradoc
« Reply #16 on: 18:52:29, 14/11/17 »
Nice blog. Not been up Caradoc but had a jaunt up to hope bowdler a few years back when we camped near the. Wenlock Edge is a good walk as well  O0


Cheers, Redeye.  :)


Yes, I've got my eye on Wenlock Edge too. Not sure whether to try and do it in one go or in two halves - in which case I'd need a B&B or pub somewhere close to it (I'm not one for camping!)... Mind you, there's plenty of walking around there to keep me going until I work that one out.

barewirewalker

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Re: Caer Caradoc
« Reply #17 on: 12:55:04, 15/11/17 »
Yes, I've got my eye on Wenlock Edge too. Not sure whether to try and do it in one go or in two halves - in which case I'd need a B&B or pub somewhere close to it (I'm not one for camping!)... Mind you, there's plenty of walking around there to keep me going until I work that one out.


Might look this out;
http://www.yha.org.uk/hostel/wilderhope-manor


Nearly 7 miles along the edge from Wenlock, 10 to go to Craven Arms and the rail station or connect with Ludlow bus service back to Salop. The Bridgenorth bus will get you to Much Wenlock from Shrewsbury quite regular times.
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adalard

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Re: Caer Caradoc
« Reply #18 on: 18:08:00, 15/11/17 »
That looks perfect, BWW - thanks for the link! Much appreciated!  O0

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Re: Caer Caradoc
« Reply #19 on: 20:57:48, 15/11/17 »
I had a quite glorious walk over Caer Caradoc a couple of years ago, starting at Longville and taking in the lovely village of Cardington on the way to Church Stretton.  The views from the top are stunning. 


Lovely photos and write up Adalard.
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adalard

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Re: Caer Caradoc
« Reply #20 on: 12:43:54, 16/11/17 »
I had a quite glorious walk over Caer Caradoc a couple of years ago, starting at Longville and taking in the lovely village of Cardington on the way to Church Stretton.  The views from the top are stunning. 


Lovely photos and write up Adalard.


Cheers, Werringtonwalker.  O0


I just looked up Cardington village on Google and it really is beautiful.

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Re: Caer Caradoc
« Reply #21 on: 16:26:01, 16/11/17 »
Looks superb  O0
Shame its beyond my reach  :(

adalard

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Re: Caer Caradoc
« Reply #22 on: 16:52:51, 16/11/17 »
Thanks, Pleb  O0