Walking in Shropshire and Staffordshire
From short strolls to lengthy rambles, Shropshire and Staffordshire has picturesque walks for everyone. Find out the best woodland and countryside walking spots around this beautiful region.
Discover two very different Rock Houses on this trail - one restored and another hidden in the trees - as you walk through woodland and heathland habitats.
Take this circular walk exploring the woodland around Dudmaston's wider estate. This mixed-surface route is suitable for walkers and cyclists.
Discover seasonal highlights along this easy trail through the garden at Biddulph Grange Garden, passing through the Italian Garden, the Pinetum and the Chinese Garden.
Take a challenging walk from Carding Mill Valley up to the highest point of the Long Mynd, which offers impressive views across Shropshire and beyond.
This high energy walk takes you down into Ironbridge, the 'Birthplace of the Industrial Revolution'. Explore the independent shops and cafes in the town before returning back to Benthall.
Go on an easy 2-mile circular walk through green lanes, passing remnants of Shropshire's industrial past including the Jenny Wind tramway. Look out for interesting plant species that thrive on limestone grasslands on the route.
This little wilderness of woodlands and heath in the heart of the West Midlands is a fantastic place to explore with your dog.
See the trees in their glorious autumn colours on this circular walk though the Deer Park and woodland, taking in views over the open Shropshire landscape to the river.
Starting at Carding Mill Valley at the heart of the Long Mynd enjoy a sometimes challenging walk along a stream to the 4-metre cascade at the picturesque Lightspout Waterfall, taking in impressive geology and wildlife along the way.
Discover Dudmaston's history and wildlife, and explore the beautiful wooded valley of the Dingle.
This shorter walk through the valley ends with beautiful views of the reservoir and beyond.
This walk is a great way to see some beautiful views and also to really get to the heart of 'those blue remembered hills', as mentioned in the poem by A E Housman.
Take a stroll around the parkland and meadows, to discover a variety of grassland flowers, including wild orchids in June and July.
A challenging 10-mile circular walk taking in both sides of the Long Mynd, with impressive views over Shropshire and a halfway stop at the pub for refreshments.
Walk in the footsteps of the leading 18th-century landscape designer Humphry Repton on this circular trail, which explores the Mansion House, River Tern and Deer Park at Attingham Park.
Explore the countryside around Moseley Old Hall, joining up with part of the Monarch's Way, and enjoy great views across Northycote Country Park.
This woodland walk from Benthall Hall takes in expansive views from the escarpment, and a ramble down country lanes to finish.
Follow in Captain Geoffrey's footsteps on a trail around the Dudmaston Estate.
Follow this family-friendly walking trail at Kinver Edge and the Rock Houses. You'll walk through woodland, enjoy natural play areas and finish off with far-reaching views from the hillfort.
Taking you over hills and through secret valleys this walk will let you experience two different ages of the landscape, where modern farming meets age-old rough grazing.
An easy circular walk through rare heathland habitat at Kinver Edge, with plenty of opportunities for taking in the views and spotting wildlife along the way.