Once surrounded by rural green fields, Dudley became the blackened heartland of the Industrial Revolution in the Nineteenth Century. Take a walk to learn more about the unique geology found here. You may even spot a fossil.
This walk is from the Royal Geographical Society’s ‘Discovering Britain’ series. Visit their website for full route information and maps.
Crossing four limestone hills, this walk not only offers geological insights into the area, but also delightful views of the West Midlands countryside.
Start point: Dudley Priory, Priory Park, DY1 4AY
End point: Wolverhampton Road, Sedgley, DY3 1QR
Distance: five miles