Region: West Midlands

'Our Region includes the six counties of Shropshire, Staffordshire, Warwickshire, West Midlands, Worcestershire and Herefordshire, along with all unitary authorities contained therein. We are a very diverse region, from isolated rural village to city metropolis, from agriculture to service industry, manufacturing to technology and the people are excitingly diverse too.'

Category West Midlands
Visits to the Website767
Views of 'Full' Record1117

'The prefect starting point for a woodland walk. From a gentle stroll around the Route to Health with lots to see and do, to longer walks around the picturesque Fairoak or Sherbrook valleys.'

Category Cannock Chase
Navigate the Website>>> Trails for Everyone
Starting fromBirches Valley Forest Centre
Walks described here by
Visits to the Website1059
Views of 'Full' Record1677

'The UK has an abundance of heritage which is accessible to everyone, as long as you can and want to see it! What we've done, in Britain's most captivating towns and cities, is lead you round the most interesting parts, so you can learn from the past, whilst creating immediate entertainment using our treasure hunt themes.' Self Guided Walks to purchase online.

Category West Midlands
Visits to the Website517
Views of 'Full' Record1067

'Discover Coventry’s wonderfully restored canals, explore the jewellery quarter in Birmingham, and learn about cultural diversity in Wolverhampton. Find out about the industry and economy of the West Midlands from cars and beer to shopping and banking. Or head west to the tranquillity of rural Herefordshire and Worcestershire, embodied in the Severn Valley and the Malvern Hills. '

Category West Midlands
Visits to the Website660
Views of 'Full' Record1390

'Friendly and active walking group for single people typically in their 40s and 50s. Our Midlands based group has been running successfully for over 10 years and welcomes members from the West Midlands, Warwickshire, Worcestershire and beyond.'

Category West Midlands
Visits to the Website659
Views of 'Full' Record1601

Access to details of Spice Walking Groups in: [1] Birmingham - - - : [2] Coventry - - - : [3] Leamington Spa - - - : [4] Lichfield - - - : [5] Solihull - - - : [6] Sutton Coldfield - - - : [7] Tamworth - - - : [8] Warwick - - - : [9] Wolverhampton

Category Spice
Visits to the Website488
Views of 'Full' Record760

'Ramblers Association group for walkers in their 20s and 30s. The group has walks on most weekend days and some evenings during the week.'

Category West Midlands
Visits to the Website867
Views of 'Full' Record1048

'The Club organises a regular programme of walks in the West Midlands, Worcestershire, Shropshire, Herefordshire, Staffordshire, the Cotswolds, and occasionally further afield.'

Category West Midlands
Visits to the Website559
Views of 'Full' Record1163

'A walk through history would be the best way to describe this lengthy ramble through rural Staffordshire. The walk takes you to the historic village of Abbots Bromley, where many traditional activities still thrive, before circling the famous woodlands of Bagot Forest, now owned by the Forestry Commission.'

Navigate the Website>>> Abbots Bromley and Bagots Park [PDF]
Distance (miles)12
Starting fromAbbots Bromley
Walks described here by
Visits to the Website1381
Views of 'Full' Record5930

'Route from Henley-in-Arden through Alcester and Aston Cantlow using mainly public footpaths and bridleways.'

Distance (miles)26
Starting fromHenley-in-Arden
Visits to the Website961
Views of 'Full' Record1606

'This green route is from Sandwell at the heart of the West Midlands conurbation, and goes via the outskirts of Birmingham through the countryside of Walsall and into Staffordshire. The walk takes in the Forest of Mercia, lakes, nature reserves, woods, and the banks of canals. The northern end links with the Heart of England Way on Gentleshaw Common. Only the section from Sandwell to Chasewater is shown on OS maps.'

Category Sandwell
Distance (miles)22
Starting fromSandwell Park Farm
Walks described here by
See also

Beacon Way [GPS Cycle & Walking Routes]

Visits to the Website721
Views of 'Full' Record2185

'The Birmingham and Fazeley Canal is a canal of the Birmingham Canal Navigations in the West Midlands of England. Its purpose was to provide a link between the Coventry Canal and Birmingham and thereby connect Birmingham to London via the Oxford Canal.'

Category Birmingham
Distance (miles)15
Starting fromGas Street Basin
Description from

Canal Routes

Walks described here by
See also

Birmingham & Fazeley Canal [Canal Guide] | Birmingham and Fazeley Canal [Wikipedia]

Visits to the Website794
Views of 'Full' Record1709

'Passes through the Trent Valley and Needwood landscape zones, and includes old and new woodland, historic sites and new leisure developments. The importance of the Trent Valley as a transport and industrial corridor, with canal, railway, road and river can be seen, and is in sharp contrast to the pastoral landscape of Needwood with ancient woodlands and parklands, game coverts and rural villages.' ALERT At Review, I could no longer locate details of this Walk on the National Forest Website. You could try the Walking Englishman Site instead.

Distance (miles)22
Starting fromBranston Water Park
Description from

The National Forest

Visits to the Website677
Views of 'Full' Record1793

'These were powerful places to stand and surmise, with sunlight slanting across the graves and blackbirds fluttering in the cemetery hedges. Walking back north up the hidden cleft of Sherbrook Valley, with the stream chuckling quietly under its bridges and slopes of birch and pine closing off the valley from the outside world, the mud, blood and slaughter that waited for the young trainees of Brocton Camps seemed utterly inconceivable.'

Category Cannock Chase
Distance (miles)6
Starting fromCoppice Hill Car Park, near Brocton, Staffordshire
Walks described here by
Visits to the Website675
Views of 'Full' Record1515

''This walk covers a large area of the smallest mainland Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty (AONB) in the United Kingdom.'

Category Cannock Chase
Navigate the WebsiteCannock Chase [PDF]
Distance (miles)8
Starting fromGlacial Boulder Car Park, near Brocton
Walks described here by
Visits to the Website1213
Views of 'Full' Record4648

'What made Cannock Chase and the surrounding area what it is today? Over the centuries people, places and events have shaped its heritage. Discover how by walking or cycling the Cannock Chase Heritage Trail ...'

Category Cannock Chase
Distance (miles)10
Starting fromCannock Railway Station
Description from

Cannock Chase Council

Visits to the Website769
Views of 'Full' Record1673

'This geotrail is designed to give the visitor a glimpse of the rocks, minerals, fossils and industrial heritage of the area which is intimately linked to the local geology. The whole trail is 25km long, which is probably too long to be tackled all in one go. We strongly recommend that it should be completed in sections from the access points at Froghall Wharf, Oakamoor, Rambler's Retreat, Hawksmoor Nature Reserve and Highshutt. Alternative routes to make shorter circular walks are indicated in this guide ...'

Distance (miles)16
Starting fromFroghall Wharf
Visits to the Website738
Views of 'Full' Record1370

'Takes you out into the beautiful Shropshire countryside in and around the Corvedale. Taking in points of interest on the way such as Bromcroft Castle, old Motte and Bailey site, Corfton Castle site, Old Chapels and Delbury Hall ... It is easily possible to use any number of public paths which cross the valley to shorten the walk and make a smaller loop.'

Category South Shropshire
Distance (miles)12
Starting fromSwan Inn, Aston Munslow
Walks described here by
Visits to the Website431
Views of 'Full' Record1292

Circular route around Coventry.

Category Coventry
Distance (miles)40
Starting fromMeriden Queen's Head
Description from

Cyril Bean

Visits to the Website1035
Views of 'Full' Record1676

'Circular walk linking eight villages around Southam. The guide was produced in memory of Harry Green who was the Chairman of the Southam Ramblers for 20 years and who devised the walk in 1988.' Unfortunately the Route Guide referenced here no longer seems accessible online via the Southam Website.

Distance (miles)21
Starting fromSoutham
Description from

Walking Around Rugby

Visits to the Website1387
Views of 'Full' Record2574

'Route linking Wellington to Newport via Telford Town Centre.  Historical and natural features are linked with the modern developments which have created the interesting mosaic that  this distinctive local area.The route is based on a mixture of public rights of way, lanes, trackways through open spaces and paved footpaths providing the opportunity to explore many interesting places.'

Category Telford & Wrekin
Navigate the Website>>> Hutchinson Way - A Guided Walk [PDF]
Distance (miles)19
Starting fromWellington
Description from

Telford & Wrekin Council

Visits to the Website705
Views of 'Full' Record2320

The Long Mynd Hike (which in Welsh means Long Mountain) is a 50 mile competition hike open to anyone aged 18 or over which takes place over the first weekend of October every year. The hike follows a set figure-of-eight route over the rugged countryside of South Shropshire and the Welsh Marches, with about 8,000 feet (3,000 metres) of climbing and covering eight summits.'

Category South Shropshire
Distance (miles)50
Starting fromChurch Stretton
Description from

Adam Gallimore

Walks described here by
Visits to the Website1027
Views of 'Full' Record1868

'The unique Millennium Way is a gem of a long-distance path, taking in 100 miles of the diverse, delightful and historic heart of England. The route extends from Pershore, Worcestershire, in the west to Middleton Cheney, Northamptonshire in the east.'

Category Wychavon
Distance (miles)100
Starting fromPershore
Description from

Solihull 41 Club

Visits to the Website854
Views of 'Full' Record1600

'Walking or cycling along the towpath is an excellent way to experience the peace and tranquility of this rural canal. This is also a popular canal for canoeing – paddling quietly through peaceful green surroundings is a great way to spot wildlife.'

Category North Shropshire
Distance (miles)35
Starting fromFrankton Junction
Walks described here by
See also

Montgomery Canal [Canal & River Trust] | Montgomery Canal [Wikipedia]

Visits to the Website884
Views of 'Full' Record2012

'This exceptionally lovely walk takes you through the beautiful Shropshire and Herefordshire countryside, from Ludlow to Kington.'

Category South Shropshire
Distance (miles)30
Starting fromLudlow Castle, Ludlow
Walks described here by
Visits to the Website995
Views of 'Full' Record1912

'Project worked with local communities to establish a 25 mile circular heritage trail in North Warwickshire passing through the parishes of Atherstone, Mancetter, Hartshill, Ansley, Arley, Astley, Fillongley, Maxstoke, Shustoke, Nether Whitacre, Kingsbury, Baddesley Ensor and Merevele.'

Distance (miles)26
Starting fromAtherstone Heritage Feature
Visits to the Website880
Views of 'Full' Record1556

'The walk will allow you to discover ancient royal hunting grounds, sites of special scientific interest, dense woodlands, a river valley, reservoirs and farmland, with fantastic views across the contrasting landscapes of the Birmingham Plateau and the Black Country in the north, to the rural beauty of the Worcestershire countryside in the south.'

Category Wyre Forest
Distance (miles)37
Starting fromBewdley
Walks described here by
Visits to the Website895
Views of 'Full' Record1913

'Delightful and challenging 33-mile route combining Offa’s Dyke Path and the Montgomery and Llangollen canals to form a circular walk around the border town of Oswestry. The guide book and annual challenge to complete the route are in support of Cancer Research UK and Lingen Davies Cancer Fund.'

Category North Shropshire
Distance (miles)33
Starting fromOswestry
Visits to the Website409
Views of 'Full' Record1199

'This invitation to come on pilgrimage to Eyam comes from the church and people of Eyam because we would like to share our story and our village with you. That is why we have developed the Peak Pilgrimage – to help you have a wonderful experience of the Peak District National Park, then of Eyam, and also of God along the way ...'

Distance (miles)33
Starting fromIlam
Description from

Eyam Parish Church

Visits to the Website418
Views of 'Full' Record969

'Rail Rambles are walks from railway stations in Wales and the border counties of England. The walks themselves are free to join (but of course you have to pay your rail fare!) Each walk is planned to be accessible by a day return rail journey from a number of main line and connecting stations ...'

Category Shropshire
Visits to the Website887
Views of 'Full' Record1414

''Circular walk around Ross on Wye in Herefordshire.'The hiking trail description for the Ross Round walk is on the LDWA website [listed under Ultimate Ross Round].You might also want to buy Striding Around Ross, a comprehensive, illustrated guide of The Ross Round including the new loop added in March 2013.'

Distance (miles)26
Starting fromRoss-on-Wye
Description from

Guy Vowles

Walks described here by
Visits to the Website904
Views of 'Full' Record2192

'This enjoyable walk passes several attractive ponds and an ancient oak tree. There are excellent views from the high ground, and the path takes the walker through woodland and along an old trackway to join the Staffordshire Way at Stockwell Heath ...'

Category Cannock Chase
Distance (miles)6
Starting fromRugeley Trent Valley Railway Station
Walks described here by
Visits to the Website1125
Views of 'Full' Record2275

'Waymarked long-distance footpath which starts in Grindley Brook, Shropshire, passes through Cheshire, and finishes at Mow Cop, Staffordshire ... It links the South ends of the Sandstone Trail and the Gritstone Trail.'

Category North Shropshire
Distance (miles)34
Starting fromGrindley Brook
Description from

RambleFest

See also

Long Distance Footpaths [Mid-Cheshire Footpath Society] | South Cheshire Way [Richard Jarvis]

Visits to the Website726
Views of 'Full' Record2038

'This fascinating and very pretty canal was orginally constructed in 1772 by James Brindley to link the docks at Bristol and the towns of Gloucester and Worcester with the Potteries region in Stoke on Trent and the Birmingham conurbation, via the Trent and Mersey Canal to which it links at Great Hayward junction ... '

Category Stafford
Distance (miles)46
Starting fromGreat Haywood
Description from

Canal Guide

Visits to the Website942
Views of 'Full' Record1722

'A Staffordshire Libraries walk - a series of three linked walks that cover over 30 miles of the Staffordshire Countryside on and around Cannock Chase. The walks focus on Staffordshire's J.R.R Tolkien connection.'

Category Cannock Chase
Distance (miles)30
Starting fromCoppice Hill Car Park
Walks described here by
Visits to the Website936
Views of 'Full' Record2161

'The canal is usually considered as a northern and a southern section. The Northern Stratford starts at Kings Norton Junction, with its guillotine-gated stop-lock that prevented water loss from one company's line to the other.  It continues on the same level for ten miles then descends by 19 locks to Kingswood Junction, where there is a link to the Warwick & Birmingham Canal (now the Grand Union Canal). The South Stratford is memorable for its split bridges, built with a gap to allow the tow ropes of the boat horses to pass through, and its unique barrel-roofed lock cottages.'

Distance (miles)26
Starting fromKing's Norton
Walks described here by
Visits to the Website1192
Views of 'Full' Record1449

'Spans the width of the County for 65 kilometres from Newport in the west to Burton upon Trent in the east. Unlike the Staffordshire Way, the Way for the Millennium, which follows a disused railway line and canal towpaths for much of its length, has no steep gradients and is suitable for people of any age.'

Category North Shropshire
Distance (miles)40
Starting fromNewport
Walks described here by
Visits to the Website945
Views of 'Full' Record1566

A great way to discover Wolverhampton [1] Not too many stiles and steep hills - - - : [2] Cafes and pubs along the way - - - : [3] Easy access by bus - - - : [4] Fine views of the city centre ALERT Link changed to Walking Englishman.

Category Wolverhampton
Distance (miles)29
Starting fromNorthycote Farm, Bushbury
Walks described here by
Visits to the Website310
Views of 'Full' Record1040

'After leaving Birmingham you enter the countryside and will encounter a series of locks including Tarddebigge lock flight. With 30 locks in about 2 miles, Tarddebigge is the longest in the country, and also one of the steepest.'

Category Towpath Walks
Distance (miles)31
Starting fromGas Street Basin
Walks described here by
Visits to the Website1168
Views of 'Full' Record2053

'Hugging the western edge of the County as it borders Herefordshire, the Worcestershire Way really is an opportunity to explore outstanding rural landscapes.  At 31 miles, the route passes through beautiful sleepy villages and verdant steep sided valleys between the Georgian town of Bewdley and the grand spa town of Malvern.'

Category Wyre Forest
Distance (miles)31
Starting fromBewdley
Walks described here by
Visits to the Website864
Views of 'Full' Record1983

'You will be guided  by the Wychavon Way logo through a variety of landscapes. From meadows, woodlands, orchards and riverside pastures, through hidden hollows and towering hilltops with stunning views over the famous Vale of Evesham and beyond.'

Category Wychavon
Distance (miles)40
Starting fromDroitwich Spa
Walks described here by
Visits to the Website1180
Views of 'Full' Record2016

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