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Shustoke Reservoir to Dumble Wood Circular

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Coleshill, West Midlands, England

Shustoke Reservoir to Dumble Wood Circular is a 5.7 mile loop trail located near Coleshill, West Midlands, England that features a lake and is rated as moderate. The trail offers a number of activity options.

Length 5.7 mi Elevation gain 935 ft Route type Loop
Kid friendly Hiking Mountain biking Nature trips Walking Bird watching Lake Partially paved Wild flowers Wildlife Over grown Pub walk
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Nice walk mainly across fields and through Dumble Wood. There is a very nice pub called The Griffin towards the end with good food and real ale. Please note that parts of the trail have been closed due to maintenance.

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Reviews (10)
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Recordings (9)
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Kate Pi
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Ian Smith
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Walking

Trail closed in parts due to maintenance on electricity wires. Not an easy trail to follow and not a particularly rewarding one either.

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Alex Kelly
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HikingOver grownPrivate property

Single handedly the worst trail I've ever done. Unkept, nettles at every gate which are impossible to avoid (my legs are still tingly, it's been an hour) and it was an average view at best.

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Adam Reid
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An excellent walk in a very picturesque area. This trail mainly consists of paths through farmer's fields and walking alongside streams, creeks and brooks. To make things better there are two different pubs on this Trail; stop off half way for a rejuvenating pint at The Griffin Inn or have a celebratory pint at The Plough at the end of the trail. I opted for The Plough and it was a lovely pub. Depending on how the weather has been you can expect some fields to be quite muddy, mainly due to roaming cattle but nothing too difficult to navigate. Overall I couldn't recommend this walk enough, and to top it all off along the path you'll be enthralled by the distinctive smell of wild garlic.

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Nigel White
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Liam Brown
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Ronald Pilsbury
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Sam Cooper
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carl carl
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Lee Hodges
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