George the Collie reviews National Trust Long Mynd.

Natural Glory……

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Long Mynd is a geological beauty.

Carved out (probably) by glacial activity thousands of years ago, we’re left with the wreckage – and it’s stunning.

https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Long_Mynd


We parked up at Cardingmill Valley where the National Trust site is. 

There is plenty of parking, an information centre and tea room which is very well equipped.

From here you can make use of the readily available information sheets for easy, medium and hard walks in the area or you can strike out in your own – which is what we did. 


An hour and a half later, three tough miles and one picnic consumed, we returned to the centre for an ice cream.

We were blessed with beautiful weather today but I honestly think you’d love this place regardless.

Even with the car park full once we were off walking, there was hardly anyone else around.

Amazing views, routes and great facilities make this a must visit. 

Author: George the Border Collie Dog 🐶

The life and times of a #British #BorderCollie #dog. Fan of Cheese 🧀, Socks & tummy rubs.

4 thoughts on “George the Collie reviews National Trust Long Mynd.”

      1. That’s what I was wondering – if he kicked into sheepdog mode and went after it or whether he was more curious and a bit unsure what to do.

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