Walking for Health - These are regular weekly short walks, designed with health in mind and are perfect for those who would like to become more active or perhaps lack the confidence and knowledge about where to walk. There are walks to suit all abilities and all walks are free of charge. For further details please download the following:
Timetable of walks
A number of unled trails aimed at beginners can be downloaded below:
Get Doncaster Walking 2014 is here again with another full year's program providing a variety of different walks throughout the year. Another wide selection of walks will be on offer varying in location, distance and difficulty, with a walk available for all abilities. Please download the timetable below for all the walks taking place from now until the the end of 2014.
2014 Get Doncaster Walking timetable
A number of unled trails aimed at steady walkers can be downloaded below:
Use the following Walk Planning Map to plot your own walking route, it shows you where you may walk within the Borough of Doncaster.
An unled trail aimed at experienced walkers can be downloaded below:
There is a wealth of clubs and organisations in Doncaster who provide more challenging walking opportunities for you to get involved in. Below are links to their websites for more information:
Volunteer Walks - Leader Training
We provide training throughout the year to volunteers to become health walk leaders. This course is open to anyone who is interested in leading Health Walks within Doncaster. The minimum age is 18 and the training dates are:
Friday 22nd August - SPACES AVAILABLE
Friday 21st November - SPACES AVAILABLE
The course covers:
Benefits of exercise, motivating people to walk, demonstration health walk, components of a health walk and monitoring safety and effectiveness, physical activity and special conditions, safety, how to lead a walk and essential paperwork. Upon completion of the full day course, participants will be awarded a nationally recognised certificate.
Please contact firstname.lastname@example.org or call 01302 735403 for further details.