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    Biddulph Valley Way

    A 4.5 mile flat surfaced path ideal for walkers, cyclists and horseriders.


    Following the former railway along the Biddulph Valley, The Way is a 4.5 mile flat surfaced path making it suitable for walkers, cyclists and horseriders. The route is suitable for wheelchairs, pushchairs and buggies. Originally a branch of the North Staffordshire Railway or 'Knotty' it has an interesting combination of features such as embankments, cuttings, small copses, hedgerows and ditches which encourage a wide diversity of wildlife.The Biddulph Valley Way lies just west of the town of Biddulph, situated in the north west area of Staffordshire.

    Trail directions

    Step 1

    Travel north towards Smallthorne past Ford Geen Hall Museum and Whitfield Valley nature reserve

    Step 2

    Past Biddulph, “The Garden Town of Staffordshire” a pleasant place to stop with its shops, cafes, pubs, a monthly artisan market and floral

    Step 3

    Finish in Congleton, a bustling market town with a great mix of shops, cafes, restaurants and pubs. Close by is the award winning Congleton Park

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