Calling All Walkers & Cyclists

Shropshire Hills

Walking & Nature Reserves

Enjoy our beautiful scenery on foot.

The White Horse Inn is nestled in the Clun Valley a walkers’ paradise. Surrounded by hills, woods, fields and rivers it is no wonder we have been awarded Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty Status. Discover our many Hillforts, Stone Circles and amazing Viewpoints amid the lush countryside.

Offa’s Dyke Pathway

The Shropshire Way Download – Route 2 Bishop’s Castle to Clun

The Shropshire Way – Route 3 Clun to Craven Arms

Jack Mytton Way -Download Route 5 Plowden to Clun

Jack Mytton Way -Download Route 6 Clun to Llanfairwaterdine

Walking With Offa Project

Cakes and Ale Trail a trail by Bob Bibby

Ian Jones’ Clun to Clunton Walk

The Long Mynd and the Carding Mill Valley

The Stiperstones

Other Walk in the Shropshire Hills Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty

Nature Reserves and Historic Sites

Shropshire Wildlife Trust Reserves (map)

Clunton Coppice

Rhos Fiddle

Lower Shortditch Turbary


Hill Forts

Bury Ditches bronze age hillfort

Caer Caradoc, Chapel Lawn

Caer Caradoc Church Stretton, possible site of Caractacus’ last stand against the Romans

Cyclist Trails and Activities

If you are cycling one of the great cycling routes around Shropshire and the Welsh borders. The White Horse Inn might be right up your street. We have lockable Bike Storage, and wet storage. We also can wash clothes for you.

Added to this the fact that we keep great real ales always six -some from our own microbrewery- and serve food lunchtimes and evenings every day of the year except Christmas day.

The Jack Mytton Way

Enter Clun either from the North or the South all the bridleway is ridable on a bike. If riding you need to bring maps O/S-148, O/S-127, O/S-137 and O/S-138

Hopton Wood Downhill Trail

Hopton little hill above Hopton Castle, take the B4368 to Purslow, B4385, take second right, Hopton Castle right signposted Obley 1 mile, forest on left.Please drive slowly through Twitchen, Hopton Castle and up to site.

LeJOG Land’s End to John of Groats.

We are on the Lands’ End to John o’ Groats path and regualrly have cyclists going through doing this route, some independenmtly and others with supervision and backup such a the tours run by Peak Tours.

Should You Want an Organized Tour

We suggest you use a company such as Wheely Wonderful or Byways Breaks