Shropshire Hills Shuttle Buses 2021
Saturday 3rd July – Sunday 26th September, weekends & August Bank Holiday Monday
The Shropshire Hills Shuttle Buses will be back on the road this summer taking passengers onto the Long Mynd, and across to the Stiperstones, helping them to explore and enjoy this beautiful part of the Shropshire Hills Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty.
Change to the route
Regular Shuttle Bus passengers please note a change to the route. The Buses start at Carding Mill Valley and call at the Beaumont Road bus stop in Church Stretton, before heading up the Burway onto the Long Mynd. From Bridges, they travel to the Stiperstones National Nature Reserve, and onto the Bog Visitor Centre and Stiperstones village. Here, the buses will turn and head back along the same route to Bridges. At Bridges, the buses head back to Church Stretton and Carding Mill Valley via Duckley Nap and Jinly, the northern end of the Long Mynd.
We hope these changes will make the Shuttle service financially sustainable for future years. The simple thing you can do to support the service is to use it, share your experiences and encourage your friends and family on board. You can also donate through our Shuttle Bus Supporter Scheme and help with passenger research and promotion.
You purchase your ticket from the driver as you board the bus. We also offer a season ticket to buy in advance which gives you free travel on the Shuttle Buses. Concessionary bus passes are also accepted, and well-behaved dogs can travel with their owner at the driver’s discretion.
The buses are managed by the Shropshire Hills AONB Partnership and operated by local bus company Boulton’s. For more Shuttle Bus information including timetable and route map, ticket prices, suggested walks and ways to support the Shuttle service please visit
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