There are many walking books available covering the whole of the UK. This section lists 7 covering West Midlands.

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Read more... Historic Walks in and Around Birmingham
Historic Walks in and Around Birmingham
Birmingham is a city of contrasts. Although it still bears some of the scars of its industrial past, in recent years it has been transformed through a series of impressive modern developments, while at the same time conserving and enhancing its remaining Victorian buildings. With its attractively restored canals and rejuvenated center it is now a very pleasant and interesting place to explore. But the city also has the advantage of lying at the heart of some of the most beautiful and varied countryside in England. From the Black Country to Shakespeare country, walkers can revel in the unspoiled rolling landscape, wander through delightful old towns and villages, and enjoy the lush beauty of the Avon, Evesham and the Severn valleys.
Read more... 100 Walks in Warwickshire and the West Midlands
100 Walks in Warwickshire and the West Midlands
Part of a series of books for the keen walker, this is a guide to 100 circular walks, ranging from 3-12 miles in length, in Warwickshire and the West Midlands. The walking territory in these two counties remains largely undiscovered, as they are better known for their towns and cities, such as Stratford and Leamington, but there should be walks to appeal to all tastes. Each walk has a map with points of interest and refreshment places detailed en route as well as suggestions for easy car parking. The route descriptions and maps are on facing pages of the book for easy reference.
Read more... Walks Through History: Birmingham
Walks Through History: Birmingham
Walks Through History: Birmingham
Read more... 50 Walks in Warwickshire W Midlands (AA 50 Walks series)
50 Walks in Warwickshire W Midlands (AA 50 Walks series)
Read more... Walking the Grand Union Canal from London to Birmingham: 153 Mile Walk from the River Thames at Bentwood to Gas Street Basin, Birmingham. Can be Done in 9 Stages (Canal Walks Series)
Walking the Grand Union Canal from London to Birmingham: 153 Mile Walk from the River Thames at Bentwood to Gas Street Basin, Birmingham. Can be Done in 9 Stages (Canal Walks Series)
Read more... Walking in Warwickshire (County)
Walking in Warwickshire (County)
Read more... Walks for All Ages Black Country: 20 Short Walks for All Ages
Walks for All Ages Black Country: 20 Short Walks for All Ages