Sheffield: City Centre circular

Urban ramble from the outsider’s point of view by two walkers who normally explore the countryside, featuring many historic places and buildings with notes on the city’s development and history.

Five Weirs Walk

The Five Weirs Canal Walk is a surfaced path and cycleway stretching for 7.5 km along the River Don, from the centre of Sheffield to the Meadowhall shopping centre, passing the five historic weirs from which it takes its name. It follows the riverbank almost all the...

Robin of Loxley tour (map)

We hope you enjoy our app celebrating South Yorkshire’s own legendary Robin of Loxley, otherwise known as the folklore hero Robin Hood. Click on the map’s arrows for info and audio commentary on some of the key locations spotlighting the region’s...

U3A Steel City Wanderers (collection)

Steel City Wanderers is an open group within SU3A which explores the culture, geography and energy of Sheffield in the form of short, guided walks. The objective of the group is to explore areas of Sheffield and subjects not usually familiar to u3a members. These...

Walk the Old Tracks (collection)

Downloadable leaflet with 12 walks in Sheffield’s own Lakeland.Find new routes or old routes in a new way, discover the history of the area and spot the evidence of hundreds of years of use.

Turning the Page: Page Hall and Grimesthorpe (collection)

Join us in exploring the past 10,000 years of Page Hall and Grimesthorpe and the people from all over the world who have contributed to its vibrant past! Self-guided walks: From Page Hall to Firth Park Page Hall History Walk Grimesthorpe Heritage Walk From Wensley...

Steel Valley Project Heritage Walks (collection)

Whether you want to explore the industrial heritage of the area, climb to the top of dramatic rocky outcrops, adventure through woodlands or brush past wildflowers in a meadow, we have a great selection of walks for you to choose from: Town Heritage Trail Bolsterstone...

General Cemetery (collection)

Enjoy the General Cemetery Trusts’s free self-guided trails in your own time or book one of our guided walks around the Cemetery. Most trails can be used online or downloaded, and include audio: Industrial Connections The Show Must Go On! Kid’s Autumn Trail...

Bradfield Walkers are Welcome (collection)

Bradfield village’s excellent location on the north east 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 special to offer...

Weston Park

Take a pleasant stroll around Sheffield’s first municipal park and visit Weston Park Museum. Accessed using the GoJauntly app, available on Android and iOS. Download from app store.

Urban Escape (Graves Park)

Graves Park is the largest park in Sheffield with 248 acres of meadows and woodland trails. The park was donated by Alderman J. G. Graves. Accessed using the GoJauntly app, available on Android and iOS. Download from app store.

A Historic Cemetery stroll (General Cemetery)

Take a historical stroll through Sheffield General Cemetery. The site today is a Grade II* listed park, the highest listed in Sheffield. Accessed using the GoJauntly app, available on Android and iOS. Download from app store.

Sheffield: Home of Football

This walking app will take you on a heritage tour around the historic footballing hot spots that shaped not just Sheffield football, but football worldwide. Between 1857 and 1889 Sheffield had 95 football clubs and the app explores locations associated with these...

Sheffield Blitz

As night fell on Thursday 12th December 1940, the air raid sirens sounded and the first wave of Luftwaffe bombers crossed the city. This would be Sheffield city centre’s only large-scale bombing raid of the Second World War. This app will take you on a walking tour of...

Watermills of Sheffield

There are 170 watermills and dams shown on this map, dating from the 1200’s to the 1930’s all using water power to drive tilt hammers, blowers for forgers, grinding wheels for sharpening knifes and scythes as well for the milling of corn and other grains....

Wardsend Cemetery

Self-guided downloadable trails using the Izi-travel app: Working Men of Wardsend Women of Wardsend Cemetery The trails can be found at https://wardsendcemetery.wordpress.com/trails-walks/. There is also a virtual map at...

Sheffield music map

Explore the 700+ bands and 2250+ artists that make up Uncommon People – plus many venues and locations on the map too.

Timewalk Sheffield Heritage Sites and Routes

Extremely rich heritage map by Timewalk, showing over 2,500: Heritage districts and Conservation Areas Museums, libraries and art galleries Other Heritage Sites Heritage Green Spaces, Waterways and Natural Features. Access friendly places Heritage Buildings Walking...