Best Tea Shop Walks in Staffordshire
Presents a selection of walks ranging between 3 and 10 miles and exploiting Staffordshire's vast network of paths and variety of scenery from the Peak District in the North to Kinver Edge in the South. This title includes walks which are circular, suit all ages and are accompanied with instructions, maps, and photographs.
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