Walking Route Maps

Welcome to the Hub’s Route Map Library. With help from our guided walk leaders, we’ve compiled our favourite routes from all over the Stockton borough so you can enjoy them too. Find walks near your home or work, or go somewhere new and use these routes to help you explore!

How to use the maps

You can view these on a computer, or open them on your phone through the Google Maps app and follow the route while you’re walking. All of the routes are complete loops, which means you can join the route anywhere, and there are no specific start and end points. Each route is shown in a different colour, and clicking on the route will show more information about it, such as the distance or type of terrain.

The top left button opens a sidebar which allows you to show/hide individual routes, and switch between satellite and map view. Clicking the top right button opens it in Google Maps on your computer, or the Google Maps app on your phone.

When using the Maps app on your phone, you can follow the line while you’re out walking, but you can’t get step-by-step directions. As long as you keep the blue dot (your location) on the line you won’t go wrong!

We can’t always guarantee the quality of the paths in rural areas, especially in wet weather. If you have any issues, feedback, or you’d like to add to the route library yourself, then please get in touch with us at stocktonactivetravel@sustrans.org.uk.

Stockton Town Centre

Norton

Hardwick, Roseworth, Elmtree and Newtown

Fairfield, Oxbridge and Hartburn

Parkfield

Thornaby

Ingleby Barwick

Billingham