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Birmingham—Coleshill (North Warwickshire)
Bircol one

Double check Distance 18km/11mi Ascent 97m Descent 117m
Birmingham—Coleshill (North Warwickshire)
Bircol two Survey me Distance 17km/10mi Ascent 149m Descent 161m
Birmingham—National Exhibition Centre (NEC)
Birnat one Review me Distance 16km/10mi Ascent - Descent -
Birmingham—Solihull
Birsol one

Enjoy me Distance 14km/9mi Ascent 106m Descent 111m
Birmingham—Solihull
Birsol two Survey me Distance 12km/8mi Ascent 66m Descent 55m
Birmingham—Sutton Coldfield
Birsut one

Double check Distance 16km/10mi Ascent 153m Descent 164m
Birmingham—Sutton Coldfield
Birsut two Survey me Distance 16km/10mi Ascent 223m Descent 236m
Birmingham—Wythall
Birwyt one

Double check Distance 16km/10mi Ascent 159m Descent 130m
Birmingham—Wythall
Birwyt two Survey me Distance 13km/8mi Ascent 136m Descent 103m
Great Barr—Birmingham
Grebir one Review me Distance 13km/8mi Ascent 133m Descent 107m
Great Barr—Birmingham
Grebir two Survey me Distance 11km/7mi Ascent 120m Descent 149m
Halesowen—Birmingham
Halbir one Survey me Distance 14km/9mi Ascent 157m Descent 152m
Halesowen—Birmingham
Halbir two Survey me Distance 14km/9mi Ascent 270m Descent 261m
Longbridge—Birmingham
Lonbir one

Double check Distance 15km/10mi Ascent 122m Descent 78m
Longbridge—Birmingham
Lonbir two Survey me Distance 15km/9mi Ascent 197m Descent 160m
Longbridge—Birmingham
Lonbir three Survey me Distance 15km/9mi Ascent 198m Descent 146m
Longbridge—Birmingham
Lonbir four Survey me Distance 12km/7mi Ascent 88m Descent 140m
Rowley Regis—Birmingham
Rowbir one

Review me Distance 13km/8mi Ascent 116m Descent 162m
Rowley Regis—Birmingham
Rowbir two Survey me Distance 12km/8mi Ascent 126m Descent 173m
Smethwick—Birmingham
Smebir one Enjoy me Distance 7km/4mi Ascent 76m Descent 46m

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The route takes you away from busy roads, which is a feat in itself considering it takes you into the heart of the city....

Steve Litchfield

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Steve Litchfield took this photo on Grebir one

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Leaving Great Barr seems to happen very quickly via brief mixtures of alleyways and suburban roads (photo 1) and in next to no time you reach the Tame Valley Canal. The initial section along the canal offers fantastic views towards Birmingham and the surrounds due to it's high elevation and is a great start to the canal walking. From here it's a three mile walk into the centre of Birmingham, and the canal reflects this as you pass through industrial estates....

Steve Litchfield

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Wonderful canal heritage (dual canal lines built 60 years apart, rope marks on bridges etc), really easy route to follow, surprisingly peaceful, excellent graffiti....

Mary Oz

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Having left the building at the railway station/ airport the route was pretty simple to follow from there. Digbeth High Street was a ready supply of refreshment options en route to the meeting place by New Street Station....

David Sanderson

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Part of the route near Birmingham is impossible to follow due to access....

Mr Tippy

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Birmingham—National Exhibition Centre (NEC)

David Sanderson added Birnat one, a new walk from Birmingham to National Exhibition Centre (NEC)

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Steve Litchfield took this photo on Birwyt two

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In terms of Brum's suburbs, the route takes you through some good areas, leaving through Chinatown, through Edgbaston and past the cricket ground, Moseley, the vibrant King's Heath (Photo 3 and where you can grab a choice of refreshments), Yardley Wood and Highter's Heath....

Steve Litchfield

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A good route, which, like most Birmingham routes, uses the canal system to great effect....

Hiking Historian

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Best to be on right hand side (if walking from Solihull towards Birmingham) for crossing of Warwick Road (pedestrian crossing only on this side) and entrance to the canal. There is a sharp right turn and you take a bridge to go over the canal signposted Typhoo Basin then you come off the canal at the blocked off point, take the bridge over....

Clare Mullin

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The whole walk is on tarmac except for a very brief section next to the HS2 works where the tarmac appears to have disappeared due to the construction work. Approximately two thirds of the walk is next to busy roads, with the remainder of the walk through the Cole Valley an 'oasis' within surburbia. Eventually after passing Alum Rock and Stechford, the walk enters an extremely welcome section away from the busy traffic and into the Cole Valley. It felt a shame to leave the Cole Valley behind and return to busy traffic on Cooks Lane and onwards into Coleshill....

Steve Litchfield

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In the first mile if or so you walk through Birmingham's bustling city centre and then turns into a quieter area where it takes you to the canal path. You pass some of Birmingham's attractions such as the Sealife Centre and Birmingham's iconic Arena. The canal path is well used and quite busy as a commuter route so it was busy with cyclists, runners and walkers which is something to look out for....

Lara

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A really enjoyable route along the canal, we walked as a group from Brum to Smethwick after work, great to have the vast majority of an urban route off road....

Dan Barron

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A lovely walk, after a short section through the city centre the route is almost entirely off road following the Rea Valley route all the way to Longbridge, this does mean there's not many places to get refreshments after the MAC in Cannon Hill park, the middle of the route in Stirchley and then the end. The route is almost entirely very flat and with a good paved surface, there are however a couple of bridges over the canal in the second half towards Longbridge which have steps and steep slopes to be aware of. As the route goes into Stirchley you go past a Morrisons and several cafes and shops, however if you don't need to stop off I'd recommend just staying on the Rea Valley route, it joins up with the canal and the route shortly afterwards....

Eve

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Onwards and through Warley Woods, and some street walking kicks in to Rowley Regis station....

Mappiman

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Steve Litchfield took this photo on Birsol one

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I'm not sure the route is lengthened or any worse for taking a slight detour to get to the canal, my first photo gives the altered route I took. After leaving the retail centre of Birmingham, the route quickly takes on a historic industrial feel as you pass through the back streets of Digbeth to get to the canal, and indeed the first couple of miles of the canal towpath pass next to a lot of old industrial buildings which are adorned with much street art graffiti....

Steve Litchfield

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My favourite bits were walking down the canal, the old railway that's now a cycle/foot path and Warley Woods Park....

danravenellison

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The Cole River Walk third was a relief but was also a wide tarmacked path for its whole length, so that's 10 miles of hardness underfoot. But I whined on Twitter and David Sanderson who designed the walk defended it, saying it's unlike any other Slow Way, going as it does from the centre of the UK's second biggest city, all the way out, plus over four motorways, and the HS2 site, and right past the airport, and still manages a long stretch of lakes and river....

Hannah

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Completed this walk today from Smethwick heading east into Brum. The trickiest part of the whole walk has to be the footbridge at Smethwick as it is steps only and has no wheeled access....

Steve Litchfield

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Steve Litchfield took this photo on Smebir one

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We started this walk from The Mailbox in Birmingham, so it was entirely along the canal towpath apart from the very last part into Smethwick. It seems unbelievable to be so close to the centre of Britain’s second city while enjoying so much peace and quiet and seeing ducks, geese, moorhens and herons. There is so much to like about this walk....

swebbews

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I can’t add much to the comments that the previous reviewers have made, other than to endorse their views that this is probably the best way to travel between Wythall and Birmingham....

swebbews

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It's a beautiful, interesting route that follows the Birmingham canal all the way to Smethwick!...

Saira

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Moseley Hall hospital has a footpath going through it on the map, so I tried it out, cutting out Reddings Road....

Hannah

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It traverses some really interesting and vibrant neighbourhoods in Birmingham including Kings Heath, Moseley and Balsall Heath! Lots of places to stop along the way (from parks to cafes) making it easy to break up the walk....

Saira

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I've also had a good look on aerial maps and Google street view at the section requiring you to walk on the railway and the River Rea, and it looks completely unwalkable....

Mary Oz

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This path was quite short though, and soon emerged to reach the Tame Valley Canal which was accessed next to a lock. After this, works for the new HS2 became apparent, then there was another, quite wide, tunnel – Curzon Street Tunnel. From here we reached the end of this branch, and emerged (via a ramp I think) onto street level, and it was only a short walk under Moor Street Station and past Bullring shops to reach New Street station entrance....

Mary Oz

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This is a good route that goes through some really interesting parts of Birmingham....

danravenellison

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Just before the end in Birmingham, the route passes through another shopping centre (this can be confusing, but it's just a straight shot through the mall (including down some escalators))....

mtormey

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Just before the end in Birmingham, the route passes through another shopping centre (this can be confusing, but it's just a straight shot through the mall (including down some escalators))....

mtormey

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The route past the theatres and then through Chinatown and the Gay Village bustles nicely and constrasts with the quiet walk (once you've left Sherlock Street) on the road to Highgate. Beyond there is a short walk past the park and through the terraced streets of Balsall Heath before passing Edgbaston Cricket Ground. The route leaves the Rea for a section along Pershore Road, which might not be the nicest in terms of how busy the traffic is, but it offers a truly impressive array of cafes, pubs and independent shops. The Pershore Road section is not that far, as you leave it to join the canal at Bournville Railway Station....

David Sanderson

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Fazeley Street has been closed from the junction with Moor Street Queensway to New Bartholomew Street for the construction of Curzon Street HS2 terminal, making it inaccessible....

David Sanderson

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I agree with other reviewers, there are some lovely cafes in Stirchley, but I feel the walk along the river justifies bypassing those....

elspinor

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I'd personally recommend sticking to the route of Lonbir 2 through Stirchley as the river route is much nicer than Pershore Road, but I understand the detour of Lonbir 3 is useful for some to access Bourneville Station or Stirchley refreshments (some lovely cafes available!)....

elspinor

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The route goes from central Birmingham, past the markets, through Digbeth, onto the canal towpath all the way until Olton before pavements and suburban streets until Solihull station....

pddys

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Leaving the canal at the Queen Elizabeth Hospital (more shopping, eating and drinking opportunities in the main foyer here) the route follows a clear pedestrian/cycle way to the A4040 (another general store just before reaching here). Having crossed the A4040 the route follows a very pleasant walkway alongside the Bourne Brook (there is a better entrance to this pathway a few yards further up the A4040 - see Halbir2)....

Dave4

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The route out of Birmingham via the Birmingham and Worcester Canal is sound but does pass through the Mailbox which can be closed on occasion. You leave the canal at University Railway Station (yes, the University of Birmingham is “University” in the rail network). A road takes you over the M5 and you enter what was my favourite and then least favourite sections of the walk....

David Sanderson

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Halesowen—Birmingham

David Sanderson added Halbir two, a new walk from Halesowen to Birmingham

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See my review for Halbir1...

Dave4

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The route out of Birmingham via the Birmingham and Worcester Canal is sound but does pass through the Mailbox which can be closed on occasion. You leave the canal at University Railway Station (yes, the University of Birmingham is “University” in the rail network). Reaching the outer ring road you follow it down, crossing it at the pedestrian crossing then going through the main entrance to the walkway beside the Bourne Brook....

David Sanderson

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David Sanderson took this photo on Halbir two

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As you make your way south through Small Heath and Tyseley the canal becomes quieter. There are numerous links to public transport from the bus routes at Digbeth, Small Heath and Olton and the railway stations at Small Heath, Tyseley, Acocks Green and Olton....

David Sanderson

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David Sanderson took this photo on Birsol two

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An enjoyable walk with an interesting mix of environments, Starting in the city centre The route quickly moves from city pavements and amenities to the quite leafy Grand Union Canal through the suburbs of Small Heath Tyseley and Acocks Green before heading off the canal to urban pavements at Olton (each of these named suburbs has a railway station if early exits from the route are needed). At the canal exit point there are some potentially useful cafes and shops. The next section goes for awhile along the quite busy A41(with frequent bus services) but it has wide and safe pavements and safe crossing places....

Dave4

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It also had the odd surprise of walking at ground level underneath Spaghetti Junction - a man was barging a barge full of grass cuttings at around 2mph down there (photo), a heron was posing (photo), and there were a couple of joggers and a man walking his dog. The first part of canal was a bit isolated, and there were a couple of long-ish tunnels, but soon it morphed into narrow-boats and locks and people on holiday with time to chat, and 'Just Eat' delivery cyclists waiting for jobs....

Jane Taylor

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Birmingham—Wythall

David Sanderson added Birwyt two, a new walk from Birmingham to Wythall

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I noted some offroad options along the way but discounted them: The Stratford on Avon Canal takes you west-east when you want to be going north-south and neither Cocks Moor Woods or Billesley Common can be followed through to the other side. I'd considered if there might be a walk via Cannon Hill Park which drops into Kings Heath further down but that added a couple of km to the journey and it was a compromise for another version of this route....

David Sanderson

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David Sanderson took this photo on Birwyt two

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Splendid route along the river Rea, with a slight detour up the Worcester and Birmingham Canal to Bournville. The route begins in Birmingham by passing through the China Town area where there are nice restaurants (cash only), which would make a good destination if you are walking this route from Longbridge. I wasn't aware that Birmingham is on a river until I walked this route - there is some information along the way about Birmingham being founded on the river Rea. Back on the route, from Bournville station it goes on the canal tow path to Kings Norton, where it meets the River Rea again, which it will follow all the way to Longbridge....

Jane Taylor

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Good route, pleasant, direct and largely away from busy roads. At Selly Oak the route leaves the canal and this is probably the easiest place to have a refreshment stop if you don't want to stray too far from the route, although I didn't find it very inspiring....

Jane Taylor

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Birmingham—Solihull

David Sanderson added Birsol two, a new walk from Birmingham to Solihull

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Overall a good walk if you live in the birmingham area or even if you live in Lyon it is worth it to come over (although I am not sure if you can rn lol!)....

Theobeyeroflife

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Crosses the Stratford Canal at SP0692386533 without actually suggesting a crossing point. This 16km route also doesn't appear to have anywhere to stop....

David Sanderson

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David Sanderson took this photo on Birwyt one

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David Sanderson took this photo on Birsol one

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Birmingham—Coleshill (North Warwickshire)

David Sanderson added Bircol two, a new walk from Birmingham to Coleshill (North Warwickshire)

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Having turned under Bordesley Railway Station you cross the inner ring road to join a road to take past St Andrews, Birmingham City's Football Ground and then on to Bordesley Green. City life hits you again at Bacon's End and you cross the road to join the pavement which takes you all the way to Coleshill. A Slow Way featuring city centre, inner city, city parks, nature reserves and historic village....

David Sanderson

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There were no bits of the walk I didn't enjoy and it was great walking through some parks (especially Handsworth Wood). It was nice ending next to the Scott Arms because a bus stop is right next to the meeting point. It was a great walk :). Would be happy to recommend to any walker in the area!...

Theobeyeroflife

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The route went through a lot of green spaces which many would seen as an upside (for good reason), although I am not the type of person to usually enjoy green spaces. The urban section was very fun and I am very happy to endorse this route....

Theobeyeroflife

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The route in Birmingham follows the route of the River Rea and then River Tame....

David Sanderson

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Having passed Perry Barr railway station (currently closed for refurbishment) you come to One Stop Shopping Centre where there is a massive range of shops, access to a multitude of bus routes and a pub. You cross the Old Walsall Road and continue on into the park opposite, eventually crossing the river again and emerging opposite Hamstead Railway Station. Rather than continuing along and up the Old Walsall Road you continue along Hamstead Road before crossing and heading up a parallel road, Spouthouse Lane, which passes under Spouthouse Aqueduct. Beyond the wooded paths of the reserve are the residential pavements of Great Barr and an alleyway leads you out on to the Queslett Road opposite the meeting place. Direct, safe (crossings for all busy roads), well served (at Aston, Perry Barr and Hamstead), links to major arterial bus routes and three railway stations....

David Sanderson

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David Sanderson took this photo on Grebir two

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There are regular opportunities to link up with buses and the it passes both Perry Barr and Hamstead railway stations (Perry Barr is currently closed for reconstruction). The Perry Barr area is currently (Aug 2021) being redeveloped in readiness for the Commonwealth Games in 2022....

Dave4

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Starting outside Longbridge Railway Station, this route cuts down the side and soon soon picks up the route of the River Rea. Just by Northfield Station it cuts away from the river and heads through residential streets....

David Sanderson

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The review by David Sanderson sums this up nicely....

Theobeyeroflife

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The main section of the walk provides a very varied range of environments - canal, parkland, Warley woods - through an otherwise suburban landscape....

Dave4

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Leaving the canal you soon join a footpath which follows the route of the old railway which went as far as Harborne. You leave at Hagley Road and walk along the pavement of this busy main road for a while. Beyond here is a short bit of pavement pounding through residential streets before a short climb (if you look back you can see downtown Birmingham) which brings you to Warley Woods, which with its parakeets and wide open spaces, is a highlight of the walk....

David Sanderson

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This is an amended version of Rowbir 1 which addresses the access issues....

Dave4

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Rather than passing under via Navigation Street you are directed up Brunel Street to what is a slip road on to the A38 south. 4 Added to this, the plotting is inaccurate in places (it veers across the canal in Birmingham leaving you unsure at what point you are supposed to cross it and then if you have, why you crossed it)...

David Sanderson

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Rowley Regis—Birmingham

David Sanderson added Rowbir two, a new walk from Rowley Regis to Birmingham

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At this point in Highgate there is a map draughting error which shows the route passing across the river and through industrial buildings whereas it should follow the Sustrans route 5 to the end of Gooch Street and then into Horton Square to cross the Middleway. From this point running south to Edgbaston Cricket Ground again there are map draughting errors which run the route haphazardly across land alongside the River Rea whereas it should continue to follow the signposted Sustrans route 5. Further south an error shows the route on the wrong side of the river whereas it should continue to follow Sustrans route 5. Again there are some draughting errors which place the route incorrectly and it should continue to follow Sustrans route 5....

ChrisR

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The route takes you to the canal via Newhall Street and the edge of the Jewellery Quarter. I had wondered whether it could have been better to seek a more direct route to the canal, maybe via Gas Street Basin but I realised that in the opposite direction, this route gives you access to the pubs, cafes and shops of Newhall Street, Bennetts Hill, New Street and Temple Street which might be very welcome....

David Sanderson

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David Sanderson took this photo on Smebir one

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A n unexpectedly scenic route given the urban, industrial areas it traverses. I did this from Birmingham to Smethwick on a very hot day and was surprised to see not only the usual ducks, Canada geese and so forth but a cormorant and a heron. The route is accurately planned, straightforward, easy to follow and very pleasant to walk....

Dave4

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Great Barr—Birmingham

David Sanderson added Grebir two, a new walk from Great Barr to Birmingham

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Longbridge—Birmingham

David Sanderson added Lonbir three, a new walk from Longbridge to Birmingham

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Longbridge—Birmingham

David Sanderson added Lonbir four, a new walk from Longbridge to Birmingham

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I started this walk as Birsut 1 but soon had to make my own version in order to get to Salford Junction. After Aston University campus the route turns into the Birmingham and Fazeley Canal with Spaghetti Junction in the distance. You leave the canal at Stockland Green walk under the lowest motorway bridge I've seen (pictured) to cross the M6 and are soon in a residential street which leads to Brookvale Park. The walk continued pleasantly from the glorious isolation of Spaghetti Junction I was now in popular green spaces with people going about their Saturday....

David Sanderson

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Birmingham—Sutton Coldfield

David Sanderson added Birsut two, a new walk from Birmingham to Sutton Coldfield

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Park Street is temporarily closed in Digbeth for the building of Curzon Street HS2 Station (this will be for years)....

David Sanderson

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A series of parks and the occasional residential street make for a friendly walk. The rest of the journey is direct and involves some pavement pounding up Gooch Street, Sherlock Street (traffic can be quite busy along here) and then up Hurst Street where the Gay VIllage and Chinatown offer numerous restaurants, cafes, bars and supermarkets in the last 500 metres before reaching the meeting point at New Street....

David Sanderson

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David Sanderson took this photo on Lonbir two

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This route needs amending as the section from the River Rea across to Pershore Rad, Stirchley is closed by a construction site blocking Hazelwell Lane....

Dave4

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It's a little lacking in refreshment stops until Cannon Hill Park where there is a cafe on the route ( there is a bigger cafe/restaurant at the Midlands Arts Centre [MAC] if you traverse the park on the other side of the lake or, if you divert onto the `Pershore Road at Stirchley, there is a lot of cafes, shops, pubs etc. An enjoyable walk....

Dave4

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I was supposed to cross the bridge at SP 0291 7887 but instead the route continued on the north bank and then suggested that somehow I got across to SP 0334 7894 where there was no crossing. At Bournville Railway Station the plotting of how to leave the canal was not clear and the route has you walking on the railway prior to leaving the canal. In its favour the route then takes you past a number of cafes and a pub in Stirchley but then the route is supposed to go down Hazelwell Lane which has been shut for some time (I recall walking past this more than a year ago) in order to build new houses (see the first and third photos)....

David Sanderson

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David Sanderson took this photo on Lonbir one

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Longbridge—Birmingham

pddys added Lonbir two, a new walk from Longbridge to Birmingham

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Birmingham

David Sanderson surveyed Birmingham

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The route begins close to Galton Valley Pumping Station, now a heritage centre, though it is only open one Saturday per month so worth checking if you want to include a visit as part of your walk....

Alison Thompson

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Alison Thompson took this photo on Smebir one

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The majority of the walk is along the Grand Union Canal although you have to leave the canal and walk along some large roads at the last bit near Solihull....

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Caleb Wilton surveyed Lonbir one

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Great route to walk from Rowley Regis into the center of Birmingham - mostly roads towards the Rowley Regis end but includes a walkway, parks and canals to walk along. Also suitable for bikes, although can be quite narrow on canals in Birmingham (maybe worth crossing to the other side of the canal as the path is a little wider). Would definitely recommend this route....

sidneysmithtaylor

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Birmingham

JOANNE VERNON surveyed Birmingham

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Birmingham

Caleb Wilton surveyed Birmingham

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Rowley Regis—Birmingham

johnadler added Rowbir one, a new walk from Rowley Regis to Birmingham

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Birmingham—Coleshill (North Warwickshire)

Slow Ways added Bircol one, a new walk from Birmingham to Coleshill (North Warwickshire)

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Birmingham—Solihull

Slow Ways added Birsol one, a new walk from Birmingham to Solihull

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Birmingham—Sutton Coldfield

Slow Ways added Birsut one, a new walk from Birmingham to Sutton Coldfield

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Birmingham—Wythall

Slow Ways added Birwyt one, a new walk from Birmingham to Wythall

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Great Barr—Birmingham

Slow Ways added Grebir one, a new walk from Great Barr to Birmingham

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Halesowen—Birmingham

Slow Ways added Halbir one, a new walk from Halesowen to Birmingham

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Longbridge—Birmingham

Slow Ways added Lonbir one, a new walk from Longbridge to Birmingham

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Smethwick—Birmingham

Slow Ways added Smebir one, a new walk from Smethwick to Birmingham

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Birmingham, Wed 12 June

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Birmingham’s Slow Ways starting point

Grid ref

SP0692386533

Lat / Lon

52.47670° / -1.89950°

Easting / Northing

406,923E / 286,533N