Biddulph has over 160 public footpaths and bridleways:
- Public footpaths are for pedestrians only.
- Public bridleways are for pedestrians, horse riders and cyclists.
Below are links to a full list of the footpaths and bridleways in the Biddulph District and to the County Council’s interactive mapping facility.
Click to open list of footpaths and bridleways List of Footpaths & Bridleways
Click to open link to interactive map https://apps2.staffordshire.gov.uk/WEB/OnTheMap/RuralAccess
The map is for general guidance only and is not the definitive legal map.
The map is not accessible for adaptive screen technology. Unfortunately, it is not possible to make it easily accessible, but we’re happy to provide further information to help you discover these paths.
Staffordshire Moorlands District Council have 14 downloadable maps on their website:
- Brown Edge Green Vale – a 6 mile walk
- Centuries of Coal – 6 miles from Cheadle to Dilhorne
- Churnet Country – 4 miles from Kingsley to Consall
- Caldon Connections – a 4 mile walk around Froghall
- Furnace Forest – 4 miles around Dimmingsdale, Alton
- Leek & Caldon Canal via Ladderedge Country Park, 3 miles
- Leek Landscapes – 9 miles around Leek
- Leek to Peak – 7 miles around Tittesworth
- Longsdon Walk – 4.5 miles from Leek to Longsdon
- Moors Edge – 4.5 miles around Ipstones
- Rudyard Lake – 4-5 miles round Rudyard Lake
- Styles in Stone – 6 miles east from Cheddleton
- Western Edges – 10.5 miles around Biddulph
- Woods & Ways – 3 miles around Oakamoor
Biddulph Ramblers website also suggests circular walks within the Biddulph District at: https://www.biddulphramblers.org.uk/
Please complete the online form to support a survey of the footpath and bridleway network to provide an up-to-date picture so we can either flag up any issues to the County Council for action (as the highway authority, they are responsible for the maintenance of public rights of way) or to address, if we’re able to do so.