Shuttle Buses start this weekend
Shropshire Hills Shuttle Buses are running from Saturday 3rd July to Sunday 26th September, weekends & August Bank Holiday Monday.
The Shropshire Hills Shuttles are back on the road this weekend 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.
It’s a popular walking spot. The Shuttle timetable enables passengers to take a stroll along the top of the Long Mynd, or hike between the Mynd and Stiperstones National Nature Reserve (NNR) or walk the length of the Stiperstones ridge. Refreshment stops include the Bog Mine and Visitor Centre, and outside the Stiperstones Inn and Bridges Country pub.
Tickets are purchased from the driver when boarding – the bus is cash and concessionary bus cards only. We also offer a season ticket to buy in advance which gives you free travel on the Shuttle Buses this year.
Like most other rural bus services, the Shuttles need financial support to keep them going. 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.
The Shuttles are managed by the Shropshire Hills AONB Partnership, with funding from Shropshire Council, Church Stretton Town Council and National Trust. Income from the car parks at Carding Mill Valley and Stiperstones NNR also helps to finance this service.
For Shuttle Bus information including timetable and route map, ticket prices, suggested walks and ways to support the service please visit
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