The Royal Geographical Society has just launched a new walk in Ludlow as part of its “Discovering Britain” series.
Our walks tell the story of the British landscape, focusing on geographical themes. This 3½ mile walk around the town, created by local resident Prof Michael Rosenbaum, tells the dramatic story of how the landscape was shaped by ice and water.
The walk is self-guided and presented in both audio format and written format; both can be downloaded for free from the Discovering Britain website: http://www.discoveringbritain.org/walks/region/west-midlands/ludlow.html We hope that both locals and visitors will enjoy our walk trail.
The walk actually starts at the viewpoint on Whitcliffe Common to give walkers an overview of the landscape.