AboutFollowing 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.
- Dogs accepted
- Children welcome
- Length of route (miles) - 4
- Disabled access
Map & Directions
By car - car park situated off Smokies Way off the A527Congleton / Stoke road.
By bus/walking - From Biddulph town centre take Station Road and then Halls Road to a car park situated off Smokies Way. This is the site of the Old Station and is easily reached on foot (less than a mile) if you have arrived in Biddulph by bus. Biddulph is well served by buses from the Potteries. Contact Staffordshire Busline on 0870 608 2608.
The nearest railway station is Stoke-On-Trent, which is 11 miles away.