GPS Cycle and Walking Routes


Biddulph Grange Walks

2 miles (3.5 km)

This circular walk runs for a distance of about 2 miles on a series of well laid out footpaths in this lovely country park in Biddulph. The 73 acre park includes woodland trails, open meadows and a lake. After your walk head to the visitor centre where you can enjoy refreshments in the cafe.
There's also beautiful National Trust gardens which take you on a global journey from Italy to the pyramids of Egypt, a Victorian vision of China and a re-creation of a Himalayan glen.
The Staffordshire Moorlands Walks long distance trail runs through the park so there is scope for extending your walk. You could follow the waymarked footpath south to Greenway Bank and Knypersley Reservoir. The park has some nice footpaths taking you to quiet woodland, a lovely waterfall and the Serpentine Pool.
There's also the Biddulph Valley Way to try. This shared cycling and walking path takes you to Congleton on a disused railway track.

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Biddulph Grange Country Park OS Map - Mobile GPS OS Map with Location tracking

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There is an on site pub for refreshments but if you're in the car you could head to the Gardeners Arms near Knypersley Reservoir. It's a great place to go in the warmer months as it has a large outdoor seating area to relax in. You can find the pub inBrown Lees part way between Stoke and Biddulph at postcode ST8 6PH.

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Biddulph Grange Garden - geograph.org.uk - 430266

Biddulph Grange Garden

Biddulph Grange Garden - geograph.org.uk - 48582

The Egyptian garden

Chinese garden at Biddulph Grange - geograph.org.uk - 23321

Chinese garden at Biddulph Grange. A garden within a garden. Designed by James Bateman.

Biddulph Grange across the Pond - geograph.org.uk - 951752

Biddulph Grange across the Pond

Beech Grove - geograph.org.uk - 1310801

Beech Grove. A small stand of Beech trees form a beautiful grove near the entrance to Biddulph Grange Country Park.

The Bateman Walk through the Tranquillity Gardens - geograph.org.uk - 1715357

The Bateman Walk through the Tranquillity Gardens. This path was once the private walk from the Grange. It became very badly overgrown and in 2005, to celebrate their Centenary, Biddulph Rotary Club restored it to its former glory; it is now maintained by Biddulph Town Council. The path is named after the Bateman family who once owned Biddulph Grange and, possibly in particular, James Bateman who designed and created the famous gardens attached to the Grange.

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