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Nordic WALX

Price: £8.00

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  • Distance: 4 Miles
  • Date: Thu 22nd August
  • Time: 10:00 AM - 12:00 PM
  • Location Name: The Onny Trail
  • Address: unnamed road, Cheney Longville, SY7 8DP, United Kingdom
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Main Instructor:

Beverley Turner

Walk Description:

An attractive mixed terrain walk along quiet country lanes, by the River Onny, and along a disused railway line. Good views, some hillwork, but plenty of opportunity to get up a good walking pace on the flatter sections.  No stiles. No cafe or toilets, but both available locally in Craven Arms.

Nordic Walx are simply sociable Nordic walks in a mixed ability group, enjoying beautiful locations in and around South Shropshire and beyond. Most routes are circular and will try to make the most of the beautiful countryside around us.

Dress to suit the weather, including sunscreen, if necessary, and bring water.

We are adhering to strict Covid-19 social distancing protocol. Please use your own poles and bring your own water.

Please do not book on for for a walk if you think you may have symptoms, or do have symptoms or have been in contact with some one who has symptoms. Thank you for your understanding. 

Photos may be taken during the walk for use on the WALX in the Marches website, on social media, and occasionally, shared more widely with WALX/Nordic Walking UK. If you are not happy for your image to be used in any of these ways, please let me know.

Location Notes:

Meet in small free car park at the start of the Onny Trail. Take the Cheney Longville turn from the A49. The track to the car park is immediately on the right after you have gone over the railway bridge and before the first house on the right - easy to miss, but new finger post opposite. No toilets. Cafes and toilets in nearby Craven Arms. Lift sharing is helpful where possible.