Stokid one
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This is a Slow Ways route connecting Stourport and Kidderminster.

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This is a Slow Ways route connecting Stourport and Kidderminster.

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Grid Ref SO8101071316
Lat / Lon 52.33961° / -2.28014°
Easting / Northing 381,010E / 271,316N
What3Words below.noise.tricky
Grid Ref SO8318976564
Lat / Lon 52.38686° / -2.24842°
Easting / Northing 383,190E / 276,564N
What3Words lined.expect.silks

Stokid One's land is

Other agricultural land 12.8%
Pasture 23.3%
Urban 63.9%

Data: Corine Land Cover (CLC) 2018


Ann Whitby

18 Nov 2023 Autumn

Lovely route any time of the year. Cafés shops and public transport in the towns either end. Plenty of wildlife to spot along the way. There are muntjac deer in the woods either side. Herons nest in the trees. A couple of turtles can be seen sunning themselves on the banks. Time it right and you'll see the steam train go over the bridge at falling sands. Well maintained path, mainly flat.

Tim Ryan

20 Sep 2022 Summer

Great walk. Easy to follow, easy to walk, safe and a pleasant walk along the towpath. Accessible wheeled as well.


01 Jun 2022 Spring

Regular walk for us quite relaxing down the canal side. There are other routes of interest nearby.

Angela Hodgetts

13 May 2022 Spring

Love this route, good long canal walk add a little extra at the end to the River Severn baisin.

The wanderlost surveyor

15 Apr 2022 Spring

A delightful rural canal-side stroll that takes about 90 minutes to complete.
The route is very accessible with readily available public transport links at either end.
The downloaded route is accurate.

  • Ann Whitby

    Ann Whitby

    18 Nov 2023

    A lovely mainly flat level surface. Plenty of wildlife to spot. Look out for muntjac deer in the woods either side of the canal. Herons nest in the trees. There are a couple of turtles that love to sun themselves along the banks. Towns either end have cafés, shops and public transport. Time it right and you'll see the steam train go over the bridge. Lots to see all year round.

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