Top 10 Staffordshire walks to conquer this autumn – vote for your favourite below!

There’s nothing better than throwing on your coat and boots and setting off on a brisk walk during autumn so here’s 10 Staffordshire walks to try this season – vote for your favourite below

Where will your next Staffordshire walk take you?

Beautiful views, stunning scenery and a forest of colours await. Time to step foot inside the great outdoors and enjoy one of these amazing Staffordshire walks we’ve handpicked for you!

Tried one or all of these walks? Don’t forget to follow the link at the bottom of the email to vote for your favourite Staffordshire walk.

1.Oakamoor & Dimmingsdale

Distance: 3 miles

Start: The car park near the Admiral Jervis Inn, ST10 3AG

A flat path through banks of trees by the River Churnet makes this a great family walk.

Oakamoor & Dimmingsdale

2. The Trentham Mersey Canal

Distance: 6.5 miles

Start: Keepers Lock near Fradley Junction, DE13 7DW

A fine and easy historical walk along roads and through fields.

3. Froghall and Consall

Distance: 9 miles or a longer 11 miles

Start: The Froghall picnic area, ST10 2HJ

A easy and interesting walk along the Caldon Canal. The longer option goes to the Consall Nature Park.

4. Tittesworth Reservoir

Distance: 4.5 miles

Start: The Visitor Centre, ST13 8SW

Great surface to walk on and interesting scenery to take in.

Tittesworth Reservoir


5. Cannock Chase

Distance: 7 miles

Start: Milford Common car park, ST17 oUH

A moderate but pleasant walk down to a brook with stepping stones, and then through the forest to spot some deer.

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6. Ellastone, Wootton and Stanton

Distance: 6.5 miles

Start: A small car park behind the parish hall opposite the church, DE6 2HB

This easy walk (with some steep sections) takes a circular route from Ellastone.

7. Weeford

Distance: 7 miles

Start: On the roadside verge opposite Weeford Church, WS14 0PW

A beautiful walk taking in the Canwell Estate


8. Circuit of Rudyard Lake

Distance: 5 miles

Start: Rudyard Lake car park, ST13 8PF

A great family walk at any time of year.

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9. Kings Bromley and Alrewas

Distance: 9 miles

Start: A side street off the A545, DE13 7HE

An easy and level walk through the Trent Valley water meadows.

10.Dillhorne & Tickhill Lane 

Distance: 4.5 miles

Start: The village hall and recreation centre, Dillhorne ST10 2PQ

An easy walk across fields, through woodland and along a country lane.

Find these routes and more Staffordshire walks in 100 Walks in Staffordshire £10.99 Crowood Publishing.

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