Walking South Yorkshire: 30 circular walks exploring the ancient woodland around Sheffield, Rotherham and Barnsley

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Walking South Yorkshire: 30 circular walks exploring the ancient woodland around Sheffield, Rotherham and Barnsley Author: Format: Paperback / softback First Published: Published By: Vertebrate Graphics Ltd
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Pages: 156 Illustrations and other contents: Ordnance Survey 1:25,000 scale maps; Colour photographs Language: English ISBN: 9781906148218 Category:

Walking South Yorkshire is a collection of 30 circular walks, between 2 and 8 miles (3 and 13 km) in length, that explore the ancient woodland and rural visitor attractions around Sheffield, Rotherham and Barnsley. Attractions visited include: Yorkshire Sculpture Park, Wentworth Castle Gardens, Stainborough Park, Cannon Hall Museum, Old Moor RSPB Reserve, Monk Bretton Priory, Elsecar Heritage Centre, Worsbrough Mill, Rockley Blast Furnace, Wentworth Woodhouse, the Waterloo Pottery Kiln, Catcliffe Glass Cone, Graves Park Animal Farm, Roche Abbey and the Chesterfield Canal. Written by local walker, Rob Haslam, each walk features detailed route directions, combined with a thorough insight into the county’s rich, yet little-known, heritage of ancient woodland. All walks can be reached by public transport from Sheffield, Meadowhall, Rotherham and Barnsley, feature Ordnance Survey 1:25,000 maps and information on public transport, car parking, history, refreshments and terrain.

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Author Biography

Rob Haslam lives in Sheffield and has been a keen walker all his adult life. A member of the Ramblers Association for over 30 years, he has written The Chesterfield Round Walk and The South Chesterfield Way for RA local groups and is the author of the White Peak Way, published by Cicerone. Rob has walked extensively all over Britain and Europe, as well as having visited New Zealand, Nepal and the USA, yet he is passionate about the walking in his local area, where he is involved in developing walks for the RA's Get Walking Keep Walking initiative.