Walks of Great Britain: Central England

Staffordshire Way
Following the Staffordshire Way in Central England

Interactive map of the walks


Walk Miles Description
Cresswell Crags 2.6 Through woodland to a magnificent limestone gorge.
Mickleton, Hidcote Boyce, Hidcote Manor and Kiftsgate Court 3.7 A walk via Cotswold villages to beautiful gardens.
Bradgate Park and Swithland Wood 3.9 From a deer park to one of the finest viewpoints in Leicestershire.
Foxton Locks, Grand Union Canal and Foxton 3.9 Along the towpath, a canalside walk in Leicestershire.
Checkley, Mordiford and Backbury Hill 4.3 Into the steps of the Dragon, through Herefordshire countryside rich in wildlife and legend.
British Camp and Herefordshire Beacon 5.0 Through the Malvern Hills to an Iron Age fort.
Cromford Canal and Lea Bridge 5.0 A pleasant and varied walk through the cradle of the industrial revolution.
Edwinstowe and Sherwood Forest 5.8 Sherwood Forest, a woodland and river walk in the heart of Robin Hood country.
Goodrich Castle, Coppet Hill and River Wye 6.0 From impressive castle ruins to a magnificent river gorge.
Stevington Countryside Walk 6.1 To the windmill, from a peaceful Bedfordshire village to a mill in the surrounding fields.
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