100 Walks in Staffordshire by Paul Hunt

By Paul Hunt

Staffordshire deals a variety of delights for the walker - from the windswept height District via riverside walks to picturesque villages. This selection of a hundred walks levels from among 3 to 11 miles in size, with routes to fit all strolling skills. Full-colour mapping is integrated that is sourced from the Ordnance Survey, with easy-to-follow instructions, transparent and certain path maps, the place to park and areas to devour and drink and fascinating attractions alongside the way.

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