Staffordshire Walking Guidebooks and Maps
Displayed below is info on Staffordshire walking guidebooks and maps for ramblers. Towards the bottom of the page is more info the option to buy online. Some of the guidebooks are out of print but available from third-parties via Amazon.
Please also see our Staffordshire Way and Way for the Millennium long-distance footpaths, and Cannock Chase Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty pages for more Staffordshire guidebooks and maps.
The Ordnance Survey “Explorer” maps are available in standard quality (shown), as well as the tougher all-weather type.
We welcome suggestions for inclusion.
“Staffordshire offers a wide range of delights for the walker – from the windswept Peak District through riverside walks to picturesque villages. This collection of 100 walks ranges from between three to eleven miles in length, with routes to suit all walking abilities. Full-colour mapping is included which is sourced from the Ordnance Survey.”
– 100 Walks in Staffordshire
“Britain’s best loved walking guides brings you a brand new Pathfinder (R) Guide to Shropshire & Staffordshire Walks containing 28 fabulous walks exploring the unspoilt rural landscapes of Shropshire and Staffordshire from the Welsh borders to the fringes of the Peak District, and from the mosses and meres near the Cheshire border to Cannock Chase and the Shropshire Hills. The walks range in length from 3.5 to 9 miles and in typical Pathfinder (R) Guide style offer something for all tastes and abilities. With Pathfinder (R) Guide to Shropshire & Staffordshire Walks, you can enjoy the landscape that inspired AE Housman, Arnold Bennett and George Eliot, exploring routes from Ludlow, Knighton, Church Stretton, Ironbridge and Ellastone, among many others. The variety of walking on offer includes secluded wooded gorges at Badger Dingle and the Dane valley; gentle walks across the tranquil countryside of the Shropshire plain and undemanding towpath walking along the canals and waterways of the region; to more energetic rambles above the Manifold valley in the Staffordshire Peak District and hills of the Welsh border country including Offa’s Dyke, the Long Mynd, Brown Clee, Stiperstones and Caer Caradoc and the Cardington Hills. Sleepy-thatched villages, engaging market towns, the birthplace of the industrial revolution, history, wildlife and inspirational views are all in this new edition of Pathfinder (R) Guide Shropshire & Staffordshire Walks. Pathfinder (R) Guides are Britain’s best loved walking guides. Made with durable covers, they are the perfect companion for countryside walks throughout Britain. Each title features circular walks with easy-to-follow route descriptions, tried and tested by seasoned walkers and accompanied by beautiful photography and clear, large-scale Ordnance Survey mapping. Contents 1. Badger Dingle 2. Grinshill and Yorton 3. Norbury Junction and the Shroppie 4. Kinver Edge 5. Wyre Forest 6. Brown Moss and Melverley 7. Stokesay Castle and View Wood 8. Whixall Moss 9. Rushton Spencer 10. Llanymynech Hill 11. Burntwood and Blore Heath 12. Ludlow, Mary Knoll Valley and Whitcliffe 13. Milwich 14. Tutbury, Hanbury and Fault 15. Ironbridge World Heritage Site 16. Shugborough Park and Sherbrook valley 17. Froghall and the Churnet Valley 18. Corvedale and Wenlock Edge 19. Ellastone, Calwich and Wootton Park 20. Snailbeach, Eastridge Wood and the Hollies 21. Stiperstones 22. Above the Manifold 23. Bridgnorth and the River Severn 24. Caer Caradoc and Cardington 25. Brown Clee Hill 26. The Long Mynd 27. Clun and Bury Ditches 28. Knighton, Terne Valley and Offa’s Dyke Path.”
– Shropshire & Staffordshire: Outstanding Circular Walks (Pathfinder)
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