Cannock Chase walk

A varied five-mile circular walk starting from Seven Springs car park, one of the many parking areas you will find in the area of Cannock Chase, Staffordshire. Cannock Chase was designated as an area of Outstanding Natural Beauty in 1958 because of its beautiful landscape, its wildlife and its history, it has an extensive area of forest, woodland and parkland.

Cannock Chase, Trent & Mersey Canal Cannock Chase, Trent & Mersey Canal
Walking with a dog

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On the walk the paths are of good quality. You will need to negotiate a couple of busy road crossings, a stretch along a roadside grass verge, some stepping stones, a narrow bridge and several gates. There are no toilet facilities along the walk.

Seven Springs car park is on the A513 between Wolseley Bridge and Milford (directly opposite the side road, Meadow Lane, signed to Little Haywood). From Wolseley Bridge travel 1.1 miles to reach the entrance to Seven Springs car park which is located on the left. From Milford travel along the A513 road for 2.3 miles to reach the car park on the right. The nearest postcode is for Oakedge Shooting Ground, Wolseley Bridge, Staffordshire, ST17 0XS (which is further east along the A513).

Start point: Seven Springs car park

End point: Seven Springs car park

Distance: five miles

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