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The Tame Way

Explore the hidden landscape, history and wildlife of the Tame Valley Wetlands with The Tame Way.

The Tame Way is a long-distance route for waterside walks across the Tame Valley Wetlands area and beyond. There are two routes – the 12 mile Canal Route and the 18 mile River Route.

Our project to develop The Tame Way routes has involved installation of waymarkers and signage, as well as interlinking the routes with our current circular and themed walks to incorporate many sites of heritage interest.

You can read more about each of the routes, including walk highlights and a detailed map, in The Tame way guide and information leaflet.

Download the walk leaflet.

Circular Walks

Explore the landscape, history and wildlife of the Tame Valley Wetlands with our self-guided walks leaflets.

As part of our efforts to improve access and public rights of way across the Tame Valley Wetlands we are producing a series of self-guided walks leaflets. This has been funded by Tesco’s Bags of Help scheme.

TameForce, TVWLP volunteer group, have worked hard to improve the access of the walks by installing new kissing gates, adding branded way markers, placing finger posts as well as implementing interpretation panels.

Click the titles below for more information and to download pdf copies.

Hopwas Woods & Countryside Circular
Middleton Circular
Dosthill & The Lakes Circular
Warwickshire Moor & Alvecote Circular
Tamworth Town Circular
Coleshill town circular
Coleshill countryside circular
Shustoke Reservoir circular walk
Kingsbury Circular
Curdworth Circular