Photo by: Gordon Dickins



We have produced a trio of cycling and walking guides showcasing the natural heritage of the Wrekin Forest. Each is filled with a wealth of information about local wildlife and the many habitat features that comprise the wider area.

Five Towns Trail

Explore the heritage of five historic east Shropshire towns and discover the green network of local wildlife sites that link them to the Wrekin Hills

Walk Around The Wrekin

A guide to exploring the habitats and landscapes of the Wrekin Forest

Wild Wrekin Trail

A circular cycle tour exploring the natural heritage in and around the Wrekin Hills

Walking Routes

In 2018, with the support of Veolia's Envirogrant scheme, we produced a series of Wrekin Forest walks for the iFootpath mobile phone app platform. While those walks are now hosted by All Trails (follow the links below) you can still download an original PDF version of each of the leaflets produced for us by iFootpath.

Wellington and The Wrekin

An 8 mile circular walk connecting the historic east Shropshire market town of Wellington to The Wrekin, one of the Midlands most famous natural landmarks.

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Wellington, New Works and the Wrekin Forest

A 7 mile circular walk connecting the historic market town of Wellington to the Wrekin Forest, part of the Shropshire Hills Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty.

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Wellington, Wrockwardine and Dothill

A 6.5 mile circular walk connecting the ancient Shropshire market town of Wellington to the former estate of the wardens of the Wrekin Forest at Dothill Local Nature Reserve.

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