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Bur Way

iconOffsite parking - no services (wild-camping)
Church Stretton, Shropshire, England, United Kingdom, SY6

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Open from Jan to Dec
One of a number of quiet layby/parking areas along this stretch of road
WARNING very steep (20%) and narrow road from Church Stretton

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Review by: jonini
Visit date: May 2017
Unit type: Campervan
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7.75
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FANTASTIC VIEWS! Woken up by sheep nibbling at our tyres. Road up is very steep.
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Review by: irishwales
Visit date: Apr 2016
Unit type: Campervan
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8
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Loads of options along the road to pull in and stay over. Can be a bit blustery but great views
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Review by: tezbee
Visit date: Nov 2016
Unit type: Motorhome under 7m
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5
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Bad experience. Late at night and needed a stopover. Passed a sign forbidding overnight camping. Woken in night by dodgy youths wanting us to "help tow their car?"so went back down to town. Very steep and narrow, had to reverse up next to a steep drop to pass car coming up. Scary and won't be trying that again. Pity as location lovely.
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Review by: admin
Visit date: Feb 2015
Unit type: Medium Motorhome under 8m
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7.25
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This is a lovely location - if you can get to it!
Access from Church Stretton is via a single track road with few passing places, strictly speaking we shouldn’t have attempted it as there is a 3T limit sign at the cattle grid at the entrance to the road, but it was getting dark and we needed somewhere to stop. Fortunately there was no traffic coming down the hill but it was still nerve wracking as the hill is 20% in places and it was a first gear crawl to the top. At 400m altitude, it is quite exposed but the views are the reward for the effort reaching the top. Dead quiet at night with virtually no passing traffic
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