SHROPSHIRE: WALK 06: THE BUCKNELL HILL CIRCULAR
Pay what you feel is right..
This new walking guide sheet is offered on a 'pay what you feel is right' basis. I create these in my spare time around my 9-5 work commitments.
As a default they're offered here for free but any contributions made will be very gratefully recieved (especially so if you've enjoyed using these Point2 guide sheets before). It will then be directly invested into time charting future walks, mapping and illustrating them and then distributing them here and promoting them.
Each guide sheet represents about 12-15 hrs of dedicated creation time on my part. Thanks as such for any contribution you're able to make here - Andy :)
A lovely route near the Welsh border that takes you up from the outskirts of the village of Bucknell in Shropshire slowly but surely onto Bucknell Hill with it's wooded summit. Alongside the walk are the remainder earthworks of the ancient Romano-British settlement of Castle Ditches which we feature on the walk sheet.
Distance Approx 4.8 miles
Parking Forestry Commission Bucknell Wood roadside parking (free) at: SY7 0AL
Suggestion Why not consider calling in to the nearby Baron at Bucknell (see map) for a refreshing drink or snacks after your walk.
GPX file Available via clickable link on the .pdf route sheet.