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Walks around Longdon Parish

Summary of the walks

NoTitle/descriptionLength
1Longdon Way: This route takes a circular route to the south east of the village, mainly across open farmland with some sections along country roads. Gentle elevation.2.5 m
4 km
2Brook Walk: A circular family walk, through Longdon Village and fields to the east with views of St. James' Church and countryside. Gentle elevation.1.5 m
2.5 km
3Longdon Short Walk: This walk has been devised for those less agile who cannot climb stiles or gates, but still like to walk for relaxation. There are only kissing gates to walk through.Way0.85 m
1.3 km
4Stoneywell Way: A circular walk to the south of Longdon Village designed for the more agile, with a number of stiles. Dogs may need to be lifted over some stiles. There is a mixture of fields with crops (some tall in summer), sheep, cows and horses.3.2 m
5.2 km
5Hill Top Way: This walk takes a circular route to the south and east of the village using a mixture of metalled roads and open farmland. Gentle elevation.2.25 m
3.5 km
6Gentleshaw Way: This walk takes a circular route to the south and east of the village of Gentleshaw, using a mixture of minor metalled roads and footpaths across undulating farmland and woodland, via a number of horse paddocks.2.5 m
4 km
7Upper Longdon Way: This walk encircles the hamlet of Upper Longdon using a mixture of minor metalled roads, an old coach road and footpaths across undulating farmland and woodland, via a number of horse paddocks.2.75 m
4.5 km
8Gentleshaw Chapel Lane Way: This short walk takes a circular route to the south east of the village using a mixture of minor metalled roads and footpaths, across undulating farmland and quiet woodland.1.75 m
2.75 km
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