Cee’s Which Way Challenge: Week 14

Woodland Walks

On the south side of Ludlow is Whitcliffe Common, which rises above the River Teme and offers walks with views through the broadleaf woodland.

(Main photo above shows the view of Ludlow Castle).

Cee’s Which Way Challenge: There is no specific theme given.  It just needs to be some sort of  ‘Which Way’. The possibilities are endless.

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5 thoughts on “Cee’s Which Way Challenge: Week 14

    • The Welsh Marches has an interesting history with its Iron-Age and Roman forts and Norman castles. A pity they all are built at the top of a hill!

      The views from this walk are lovely.

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