Cycling in Cannock Chase
"A Chase for all seasons".
Magic, a wonderful area.
woods, heath land, hills and valleys.
Carry a map. don't get lost.
If your new to the Chase carry a compass.
Staffordshire Cycling Maps. Click
Please respect and protect Cannock Chase
and its wild life.
Chase Heritage Trail
The best development in the area.
Cannock - Station - Hednesford - Marquis Drive
visitor centre - Rugeley - Rugeley TV. Station
(with links onto the Rugeley bypass)
Well signed all the way
Well done Cannock Chase Council.
Opening up lots of new cycling opportunities across
National Cycle Network
Route 5 Oxford to Bangor and
Holyhead, North Wales
National Cycle NetworkRoute 5
Is coming to Hednesford, from Stafford in the North,across Cannock Chase, and from the
South and East,Chasewater, Lichfield and Walsall.
From Chase Water continue North along Burntwood bypass to the new island at Ironstone road. (Café, Bradshaw's Farm, 7.30 am to 5.30 pm. Closed Sundays)
Then across Bleak house to Prospect village, Rawnsley and down to Hednesford. Hopefully utilizing the old mineral railway track bed, down to the main Hednesford/Rugeley road. (Planning consent obtained by sustrans).
Cross main road at the toucan traffic control lights then turn right, and follow the "Chase Heritage Trail" up to Marquis drive visitor centre.
The cycle route here is part of "the Chase Heritage trail", Cannock to Rugeley.
Enjoy your ride through the countryside
Leave no trace that you
ever passed by.
Take home only your litter and memories.