Sheffield Round Walk

Sheffield Round Walk

11 May 2015

A fourteen mile walk through picturesque South West Sheffield.   The walk traverses countryside, woodlands, parks and urban areas.  The majority of the walk follows public footpaths, bridleways and roads and the first part of the walk through the Porter Valley, from Endcliffe Park to Forge Dam, is an easy going trail suitable for families with young children and people with limited mobility.  

The Sheffield Round Walk starts at Endcliffe Park and journeys through the Porter Valley, climbing to the moorland edge at Ringlinglow.  The walk then descends through the Limb Valley, Whirlow Brook Park and Ecclesall Woods before climbing once again through Ladies Spring Wood and Chancet Wood to Graves Park.  From Graves Park, the walk continues through the Gleadless Valley, Meersbrook Park and Chlesea Park before finally returning to the starting point at Endcliffe Park.  

This handy guidebook slips easily into a pocket or backpack and contains detailed maps for each section, including the approximate time taken to walk that section as well as the distance and gradient profiles to help plan your walk.   

You can purchase of copy of the full colour guide book costs £3.95 plus postage, despatch will be within 24hours (or next full working day) of receipt of order.   Follow this link to order your guide.*


*the link will take you directly to Sheffield City Council's online payment facility.  The price quoted on the site includes postage which will be charged at the appropriate Royal Mail tariff for the size/weight of publication.  

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