THE DON VALLEY WAY IS A NEW 29 MILE WALKING TRAIL BETWEEN SHEFFIELD AND DONCASTER ALONG THE BANKS OF THE RIVER DON

There are new information boards along the route between Sheffield and Meadowhall

Take a look at the website:

  • USE THE TABS AT THE BOTTOM OF THE DON VALLEY WAY MAP TO ZOOM IN TO SHORTER SECTIONS OF THE MAP (INCLUDING THE 5 WEIR WALK  - MEADOWHALL TO SHEFFIELD 6 MILES)

THE MAP CONTAINS SYMBOLS INDICATING THE FOLLOWING USEFUL INFORMATION: 

  • SECTION START POINTS 
  • TRAIN STATIONS
  • REST PLACES 
  • HERITAGE FEATURES 
  • HERITAGE WALKS 
  • FISH PASSES 
  • NATURE RESERVES
  • THERE IS ALSO AN EXTENSION FROM SHEFFIELD CENTRE TO HILLSBROUGH'S VICTORIAN WARDSEND CEMETERY


THE SITE INCLUDES:  

  • THE HISTORY OF THE WAY
  • SHORT HERITAGE WALKS FOR: Doncaster Town, Sprotborough, Conisbrough, Don Gorge, Mexborough, Swinton, Rotherham1 & 2 and Industrial Sheffield
  • THINGS TO DO (Geocaching/Cycling/Access)

 Take a look at  www.donvalleyway.org.uk.