Staffordshire is a landlocked county in the
West Midlands. Its name has become synonymous with industry, coal, iron and
especially the pottery industry.
It nevertheless has several areas with good
walking. In fact some renowned walks, thought to be in Derbyshire because
they are within the Peak District boundary are actually in Staffordshire, a
good example being The Roaches.
There are various canal and lake walks, areas
of moorland and Cannock Chase, an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty.
The Staffordshire Way is a 92 mile Long
Distance Footpath running from the folly, Mow Cop Castle at Congleton Edge
to Kinver Edge.
Scroll down to see Staffordshire walks.
Staffordshire Walks With "Traffic
For an explanation of the "traffic
light "rating see My
symbol = 2½ miles
The start point for all
walks can be located on Google Maps. Click here.
Round and Thor's Cave
This walk is in the Peak District which
overlaps into Staffordshire and is also listed there.
The Roaches are also in the Peak District which
overlaps into Staffordshire and are also listed there.
Maps used on these walks:
you need to buy any hiking equipment/clothing before your trip see the Hiking
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