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To many people, the West Midlands equals Birmingham and its outlying towns. Yet nothing could be further from urbanisation than the empty fields of Staffordshire and the gently undulating countryside around Stratford in Warwickshire. This is an area that repays a wander into its backwaters many times over.
Staffordshire is a beautiful rural county of scenic contrast, stretching from the gritstone hills on the edge of the Peak District National Park, to the flood plains of the river Trent, to the edge of the West Midlands conurbation. The area includes the Cannock Chase Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty, the National Forest, together with the Forest of Mercia, a community forest.
Gnosall Healthy Walking Group. The Group consists of a good number of qualified walk leaders, and at present leads three walks per month. The Sunday walk caters for the more serious walkers, and and a morning walk on the 2nd and 4th Wednesday of the month, as an introduction to healthy walking.
The Staffordshire Walkers are a walking club, affiliated to the Ramblers' Association, organising walks, weekends away and social events.
The West Midlands Walking Group was formed to cater for those interested in walking and the outdoors in their 20's and 30's. They are part of the Ramblers Association.
Extensive database of walking and rambling clubs in the West Midlands area.
Coventry and Warwickshire Red Rope is a friendly walking and outdoor club. Members go hill-
The Bear Walking Group offers a wide variety of walks both local and further afield for people in the Warwickshire area. It's for you if you are between 20 and 40, and enjoy walking and socialising with like-