Catherton Common

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Catherton Common stretches for approximately 5km from end to end, extending to approximately 527 acres of pasture and heathland, rich in heather, gorse and bracken. At its highest point, the common is 425m above sea level and being designated in part as an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty provides stunning and expansive views of the Clee Hills and towards the Wyre Forest. The whole site is a registered common and subject to public access under the Countryside & Rights of Way Act 2000 for recreational activities carried out on foot such as walking, sightseeing, bird watching, climbing and running.

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Walk:5.3/10
Popularity rank: #9950

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Take the A4117 east, out of Ludlow towards Cleobury Mortimer.After passing through Cleehill and Doddington, with the Titterstone Clee Hill on your left, turn left immediately after Hopton Bank Service Station towards Silvington and Oreton. This road passes over theCrumps Brook and through the common.

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