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Explore our Clubs and Groups

Here you'll find some guides to The Outdoor City's running, walking, cycling and climbing clubs. And much more...

  1. Get to know the city's mountain bike community

    Lady Canning's PlantationBrought together through a love of bikes, there’s a handful of groups making things happen in Sheffield.

    20 Nov 2018
  2. A guide to Sheffield's sailing clubs

    For a landlocked city, Sheffield has a surprisingly active sailing community.

    With a cluster of reservoirs to the west of the city, where Sheffield opens into the Peak District, as well as country parks to the east, just into the Rotherham border, there is in fact plenty of water to get out on close to Sheffield.

    A number of independent sailing clubs operate in the area, which between them sail several classes of dinghies as well as organise regular dinghy racing, training and casual sailing sessions. Read on to find out about them, and take to the water.

    10 Dec 2018
  3. Road Cycling Clubs

    With its scenic hills to climb – and free-wheel back down again – and its roads leading straight out to the Peak District, Sheffield is heaven-sent to the road cyclist. All of this makes for a great cycling community.

    10 Dec 2018
  4. A guide to Sheffield's running clubs & groups

    The running community in Sheffield is thriving, ensuring everyone from competitive athletes to those looking for an excuse to get some al fresco exercise or make new friends will find something suitable for them. 

    10 Dec 2018
  5. Canoeing in The Outdoor City

    Sheffield is the perfect place to go canoeing or kayaking. Rivers, canals and lakes around the city are all easily accessible and offer a whole range of different opportunities to get out on the water.

    Don’t worry if you have no previous paddling experience: help is at hand in the form of canoe clubs and centres, which can offer sessions with fully qualified coaches. These venues will also be able to provide you with all the specialist kit you need to get you on the water safely. As well as their main outdoor venues, most clubs will also have access to swimming pool sessions as well, allowing you to practice your skills when it might be a bit too cold to do so outdoors.

    10 Dec 2018
  6. A guide to Sheffield's walking groups

    Whether you view it as a way of keeping fit, a way to socialise, a way of seeing nature or a mixture of all three, walking is just about the easiest and cheapest form of exercise around. Arm yourself with some sturdy walking shoes or boots, comfortable clothes and a waterproof, and you’re ready to tackle everything, from an inner-city stroll along a river, to the blustery tips of the Peak’s biggest hills. It's no surprise that Sheffield is spoilt for choice when it comes to walking groups. Here are a few of them.

    10 Dec 2018
  7. Join Sheffield's orienteering community

    Are you the sort of person who enjoys going off the beaten track? Who craves adventure but doesn’t like to follow the crowd? Then read on...

    10 Dec 2018
  8. Peak District Mountain Rescue: here to help

    There’s nothing better than spending a day in the glorious Peaks, whether it's in summer sunshine or the depths of winter. No matter what the time of year, the weather can change or something unexpected happen, and if it does, Mountain Rescue is there to help.

    10 Dec 2018
  9. Get walking with Step Out Sheffield

    Ever wish you could make more time for exercise in your life? Want to start off with something gentle and accessible?

    10 Dec 2018

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  1. Add GoodGym to your Itinerary

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    Running Club

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    Telephone

    0203 432 3920

    GoodGym was originally set up in London and now has groups all over the country, all united by the purpose of combining exercise with community work.

  2. Add Sheffield General Cemetery Trust to your Itinerary

    Sheffield

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    Other Club or Group

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    Sheffield General Cemetery, Cemetery Avenue, Sheffield, South Yorkshire, S11 8NT

    Telephone

    0114 268 3486

    Through the work of volunteers over the last thirty years, the Sheffield General Cemetery has become a wonderful park.

  3. Add South Yorkshire Orienteers to your Itinerary

    Sheffield

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    Orienteering

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    Sheffield, South Yorkshire

    Telephone

    07901 912113

    South Yorkshire Orienteers have over 300 members ranging in age from 5 to 85 with a wide range of ability and experience within the club.

  4. Add Stocksbridge Walkers Are Welcome to your Itinerary

    Sheffield

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    Walking Club

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    Sheffield, South Yorkshire

    The Stocksbridge Walkers are Welcome group encourage walkers to enjoy the area, improve facilities for walkers, act in partnership with the community, local businesses, the local authorities and other organisations, benefit local people and…

  5. Sheffield

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    Other Club or Group

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    Bradfield Walkers Are Welcome, Sheffield, South Yorkshire

    Bradfield village’s excellent location on the northwest fringes of the Peak District, with close proximity to long-distance trails and a superb variety of shorter walks around local villages, and spectacular reservoirs means that it has something…

  6. Add Rivelin Valley Conservation Group to your Itinerary

    Sheffield

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    Other Club or Group

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    Rivelin Valley Conservation Group, Rails Road, Sheffield, South Yorkshire, S6 6GF

    Telephone

    0114 266 0203

    The group was formed in 1991 with the aim to encourage the effective management of wildlife habitats and to reverse the decline of the nature trail over the past decade. The Rivelin Valley is two and a half miles long and with over 700 lime trees…

  7. Add Moors For The Future to your Itinerary

    Fieldhead, Edale, Hope Valley

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    Other Club or Group

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    Moors For The Future, The Moorland Centre, Fieldhead, Edale, Hope Valley, Derbyshire, S33 7ZA

    Telephone

    01629 816 586

    Since 2003 Moors For The Future have developed and delivered a landscape scale programme of blanket bog restoration.  They have used more than £30 million to conserve and repair the moors of the Peak District and South Pennines.

  8. Add Eastern Moors to your Itinerary

    Nr Owler Bar, Baslow Road, Sheffield

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    Other Club or Group

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    Eastern Moors Partnership, Barbrook Cottage, Nr Owler Bar, Baslow Road, Sheffield, South Yorkshire, S17 3BQ

    Telephone

    0114 289 1543

    Part of the Peak District National Park, the Eastern and Burbage Moors sit on the fringes of Sheffield, England’s fourth largest city.

  9. Add Peak District National Park to your Itinerary

    Baslow Road, Bakewell

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    Other Club or Group

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    Peak District National Park Authority, Aldern House, Baslow Road, Bakewell, Derbyshire, DE45 1AE

    Telephone

    01629 816 200

    The Peak District National Park Authority is responsible for the management of the Peak District National Park.

  10. Sheffield

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    Other Club or Group

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    Sheffield, South Yorkshire


    The Sheaf and Porter Rivers Trust aim to promote and secure the improvement of the urban River Sheaf and Porter Brook for the benefit of Sheffield’s citizens, wildlife, businesses and visitors.

  11. Add Sheffield & Rotherham Wildlife Trust to your Itinerary

    Sheffield

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    Other Club or Group

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    Sheffield & Rotherham Wildlife Trust, 37 Stafford Road, Sheffield, South Yorkshire, S2 2SF

    Telephone

    0114 263 4335

    You don’t have to travel far to be inspired by the wonders of nature. Some of Europe’s most beautiful and important wildlife is right here on your doorstep. Every year, Sheffield & Rotherham Wildlife Trust helps people get closer to nature.

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    Mountain Biking Club

    Ride Sheffield is an advocacy group that uses the collective might of Sheffield’s mountain bike community to improve, preserve and promote access interests for mountain bikers.

  13. Add The Friends of Parkwood Springs to your Itinerary

    Sheffield

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    Other Club or Group

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    Parkwood Springs, Sheffield, South Yorkshire

    The Friends of Parkwood Springs is a voluntary group that was formed in 2010 to help to protect and conserve the wildlife and the natural environment of the green space of Parkwood Springs.

  14. Add Friends of the Porter Valley to your Itinerary

    Sheffield

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    Other Club or Group

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    Sheffield, South Yorkshire

    The Friends of the Porter Valley's vision is to conserve, protect and restore the ecology, landscape and cultural heritage of the Porter and Mayfield Valleys for the enjoyment of all and the benefit of future generations.

  15. Balby, Doncaster

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    Other Club or Group

    Address

    The Walled Garden, St. Catherine’s House, Woodfield Park, Tickhill Road, Balby, Doncaster, South Yorkshire, DN4 8QP

    Telephone

    01302 796173

    Don Catchment Rivers Trust has been established to help protect and restore the rivers in the River Don catchment area, this includes not just the River Don but also the River Dearne, River Rother and other rivers such as the Sheaf, Went, Ea Beck…

  16. Add Steel Valley Project to your Itinerary

    Stocksbridge, Sheffield

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    Other Club or Group

    Address

    Steel Valley Project, The Arc, Manchester Road, Stocksbridge, Sheffield, South Yorkshire, S36 2DT

    Telephone

    0114 283 0880

    Steel Valley Project are a countryside management charity and have a long history of delivering environmental, community and countryside projects.

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