1. See Sheffield on foot
    Race rivers down valleys, follow streams through ancient woodland and jog along the city’s heights. Ready, set, GO!
  2. Walking & Running
    Race rivers down valleys, follow streams through ancient woodland and jog along the city’s heights. Ready, set, GO!

Strolls and sprints...

Running routes and walking trails? Here's some to get you exploring The Outdoor City. 

  1. Sheffield Walks with Julia Bradbury

    TV presenter and Co-Founder of The Outdoor Guide, Julia Bradbury grew up in Sheffield and learnt to love walking right here in the city, so she knows a lot about the beauty that exists here in The Outdoor City.

    30 Jul 2021
  2. The Greenground Map of Sheffield

    Do you know of a city in the world that has more than 61% greenspace?
    No, neither do we…

    22 Jul 2021
  3. The train line that links Sheffield with Manchester offers ease of access to some fantastic walking experiences in the Peak District.

    The train line that links Sheffield with Manchester was completed in 1894 and is still going strong 125 years later. Part of its route runs through the beautiful Hope Valley in the Peak District National Park, offering some fantastic walking day trips out of the city. 

    1 Aug 2019
  4. A 15-mile walking route from urban to rural, taking in leafy parkland, woodland streams and pretty suburbs.

    The Sheffield Round Walk is a 15-mile loop from the urban to the rural at the southwestern edges of the city – taking in leafy parkland, woodland streams, and pretty suburbs.

    28 Jan 2019
  5. Explore more of Sheffield with over 30 routes signposted and mapped across 15 locations.

    Explore Sheffield by seeking out The Outdoor City Run Routes.

    11 Jan 2019
  6. Peak District Boundary Walk

    Like a challenge? How about walking the entire boundary of the Peak District National Park?

    17 Dec 2019
  7. From medieval to modern times, The Norfolk Heritage Trail is a walk through centuries of Sheffield history.

    From medieval to modern times, The Norfolk Heritage Trail is a walk through centuries of Sheffield history.

    14 Oct 2019
  8. A walk on the wild side in Wyming Brook

    Four miles to the west past the student hub of Broomhill, you’ll reach Wyming Brook nature reserve – an unexpected slice of wilderness so close to the city centre. 

    11 Dec 2018
  9. Unearth Sheffield’s past on the Town Walk

    The best way to get to know a place is treading its paths and connecting its history with the sights you see on your way.

    23 Nov 2018
  10. A challenging 10k reservoir loop

    The cluster of reservoirs around Bradfield, to the north of Sheffield, are not only calm, stunning places to spend time: they're also excellent spots for runners of all abilities.

    21 Nov 2018
  11. A waterside run to North America... in Sheffield

    The variety of terrain and the close proximity of open moorland in the Langsett Barn-North America area offers something for everyone – walkers, mountain bikers and runners alike

    21 Nov 2018
  12. Short reservoir walks in Low Bradfield

    Located to the northwest of Sheffield, the village of Low Bradfield is surrounded by four reservoirs.

    22 Nov 2018
  13. A Run Route with a view in Graves Park

    The largest park in Sheffield, Graves is a brilliant mix of open parkland, natural and semi-natural woodlands, with an animal farm to boot.

    23 Nov 2018
  14. A walk through Sheffield's industrial history

    This walk leads into what once was the heart of industrial Sheffield.

    23 Nov 2018
  15. 9am on a Saturday: time for a parkrun

    Parkrun started in 2004, with the first event held at Bushy Park in London. Today there are over 400 parkruns regularly taking place across the world and nearly 300 of them are in the UK. Six of the best are in Sheffield.

    21 Nov 2018
  16. The train line that links Sheffield with Manchester offers ease of access to some fantastic walking experiences in the Peak District.

    The train line that links Sheffield with Manchester was completed in 1894 and is still going strong 125 years later. Part of its route runs through the beautiful Hope Valley in the Peak District National Park, offering some fantastic walking day trips out of the city. 

    1 Aug 2019
  17. Manor Fields Park Run Route

    Uphill from the city centre, Manor Fields Park is steeped in history.

    23 Nov 2018
  18. A walk along the Great Ridge

    This walk strides to the top of Mam Tor, before flying along the Great Ridge to the top of Lose Hill.

    23 Nov 2018
  19. Historic gems on the Dissenters' Paradise path

    Looking for an inner-city walk you can take at any time of the year? This trail will take you through the south-west of the city and you'll see historic gems you might have passed by before in a completely new light.

    22 Nov 2018
  20. A village-to-village stroll in the Hope Valley

    Just minutes from Sheffield by train sit the pretty Peak District villages of Hathersage and Grindleford, in the Hope Valley. Follow this leisurely walk from one to the other, by a meandering river, fabulous woodland, open moorland, and a great cafe stop.

    22 Nov 2018

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  1. Add Pure Outdoor Ltd to your Itinerary

    Bamford, Hope Valley

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    Type:

    Rock Climbing

    Address

    Pure Outdoor Ltd, Hope Valley Garden Centre, Hope Road, Bamford, Hope Valley, Derbyshire, S33 0AL

    Telephone

    01433 695544

    Pure Outdoor Ltd provide outstanding outdoor experiences, skills courses and qualifications from their excellent training centre in Bamford.

  2. Add Herbs and Hands to your Itinerary

    Bamford

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    Type:

    Bushcraft/Foraging

    Address

    Herbs and Hands, Main Road, Bamford, Derbyshire, S33 0AY

    Telephone

    07854 489944

    Renuka is a medical herbalist and forager who runs public workshops, gives presentations to local groups and holds regular walks in the Peak District.

  3. Add Brosterfield Farm Activities to your Itinerary

    Foolow

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    Activity Provider

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    Foolow, Derbyshire, S32 5QB

    Telephone

    077 99 88 2551

    At Brosterfield Farm we can provide challenging yet fun team activities as an amazing adventure for a group of friends or family.

  4. Add myGuidedWalks to your Itinerary

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    Guided Walking

    Address

    Derbyshire and The Peak District, S33 7ZD

    Telephone

    07928 677626

    Experience the best walking in the Peak District with myGuidedWalks.

  5. Add Sheffield Round Walk to your Itinerary

    Sheffield

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    Walking Route

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    Sheffield, South Yorkshire

    The Sheffield Round Walk is a 15-mile loop from the urban to the rural at the southwestern edges of the city – taking in leafy parkland, woodland streams, and pretty suburbs.

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