Walking in Doncaster

Walking is good for you. It improves your health, and it's a great chance to get out and meet people.

   We have a series of walks for you, from gentle introductory routes to more challenging routes guaranteed ones to get your heart rate up a bit.

Gentle walks

Doncaster Walking for Health Scheme;- 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 w  alk. There are walks to suit all abilities and all walks are free of charge. For further details please download the following:

Doncaster Walking for Health Timetable 2016
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A number of unled trails aimed at beginners can be downloaded below:

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Clay Lane
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Hyde Park
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Toll bar
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Town Fields
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For more local walking routes, please visit Walk4Life

Steady walks

Get Doncaster Walking 2016 is continuing into the second half of the year and is still offering 'healthy walks' to encourage Doncaster residents to get more active out in their local community, appreciate Doncaster’s large open green spaces and have some fun.

Please download the timetable below for all the walks taking place from now until the end of December 2016.

GDW 2016 June-Dec flyer
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A number of unled trails aimed at beginners can be downloaded below:

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Barnby Dun
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Cantley Park and Sandall Beat
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Challenging walks

More advanced walkers can give these trails a go. A number of clubs and organisations in that provide more challenging walking opportunities can be found on our 'Things to do in Doncaster' page.

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Volunteer walk leader training

We provide training throughout the year to volunteers to become health walk leaders. This course is open to anyone aged 18 years and above. Upon completion of the full day course, you will be awarded a nationally-recognised certificate.


Last updated: 01 August 2016 14:26:39