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Clifton upon Teme and Southstone Rock

Difficulty Moderate

Walking time 5 hours

Length 14.3km / 8.9mi

Route developer: Peter Murphy

Route checker: Michael Everitt

Start location Car park in pound Lane opposite the school
Route Summary A very interesting 9 mile circular route with great views of the Teme Valley and passing a very unusual rock formation going through woodland and along the side of Sapey Brook passing two old mills and a disused church which is always open.
Reviews
3 reviews
Overall rating:
May 28, 2019
cilla.taylor
(1 reviews)
I attempted to walk this route today with a friend as a "recce" for a group walk. We were so disappointed. After a promising start many paths were inaccessible due to severe overgrowth and broken & absent stiles. At times field were cropped with no re-instatement of paths or space to walk in field margins. Several gates were almost impossible to open due to their condition. Eventually we abandoned our attempt, and could not contemplate taking a group there. Such a shame as the views and scenery were stunning and the variety offered in the walk was superb.
Jun 01, 2016
habval
(1 reviews)
Excellent walk, Southstone Rock, a rock formation made from tufa stone was very interesting to see. The walk continues with varied peaceful coutry paths and lovely views. The church at Lower Sapey was a gem..
May 26, 2015
dennis.muxworthy
(1 reviews)
This is a superb walk with wonderful views of the Teme valley and surrounding hills, lovely varied countryside in a very rural and peaceful part of the Midlands, and some interesting features and buildings along the way. The difficulties on some of the route in part 2 of the description have been cleared so the route can be followed as originally described, rather than the alternative suggested by the reviewer.
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