Upcoming Walks and Events in Sheffield

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We organise midweek health & healthier walks, Thursday evening walks during the spring & summer months, fortnightly Saturday walks and weekly Sunday walks. These all vary in length, and location, a list of our upcoming walks can be found below:

Contact Us Here! for details of meeting point and postcode of the walk you wish to join us on, a one off £2 registration fee applies. Please Note: For safety reasons a walk labeled as Strenuous in the Description is only available to current members.

 Please Bring a Packed Lunch and Drink (except Wednesdays and Thursday Evenings)

 

Wednesday 18 October 2017

Health Walk - Chapeltown

Description: Easy

Details: Shamblers Weekly Health Walk covering Chapeltown and surrounding area. aproximately 1 hour 50 mins ending at a local pub for coffee.

Start time: 9.45am for 10.00am start

Thursday 19 October 2017

Bradfield & Canyard Hills

Description.

We will take footpaths from Low Bradfield up to the Church at High Bradfield. We then continue on footpaths passed Bailey Hill – an ancient motte-and-bailey castle – and across Rocher Head – an outcrop of rocks. We then continue across White Lee Moor and follow paths and lanes around Canyard Hills. We then pass by Bar Dyke - a 492 yards long trench with a rampart on its southern side which is 10 feet high in places. The dyke is believed to have marked the boundary between different Dark Ages tribes in the period following the withdrawal of The Romans from Britain. From here the walk is ‘all downhill’ – dropping down to the side of the Agden Reservoir – walking around the northern and eastern side and back to our starting point.

This is a 6.5 mile walk and is easy/ moderate. It will take approx 3.5 to 4 hours 

Start time:  10.30am 

Sunday 22 October 2017 

Youlgreave, Robin Hood Stride & Stanton Moor

Leaving Youlgreave we pick up the Limestone Way beside the River Bradford. Shortly we climb through fields to reach Robin Hood's Stride, an area of rock formation - and those that have a mind to can climb up for a fine view. Birchover is our next destination, with a climb up through woods to eventually reach Stanton Moor with the Nine Ladies Stone Circle, where we will take our lunch break. The very picturesque Stanton in the Peak provides us with our next port of call, then on to Alport and a riverside return to Youlgreave.

This is approx. 8 mile walk and is moderate, but it is quite 'undulating' . It will take approx. 4 hours plus lunch break/time to explore rock formations.

Start time: 10.15am for a 10.30am start

 

 

More walks..

October 2017

Wednesday 25 October - Health Walk - 4 miles
Saturday 28 October - Bowden Tinsley - 7 miles
Sunday 29 October - Chelmorton - 9 miles

November 2017

Wednesday 1 November - Health Walk - 4 miles
Thursday 2 November - Morehall & Broomhead - 6 miles
Sunday 5 November - Eyam - 9 miles
Wednesday 8 November - Health Walk - 4 miles
Saturday 11 November - High Hoyland - 7 miles
Sunday 12 November - Lose Hill/ Edale - 10 miles
Wednesday 15 November - Health Walk - 4 miles
Thursday 16 November - Rotherham Canal - 6 miles
Sunday 19 November - Glen Howe  - 8.5 miles
Wednesday 22 November - Health Walk - 4 miles
Saturday 25 November - Wentworth Castle - 7 miles
Sunday 26 November - Alstonefield - 9 miles
Wednesday 29 November - Health Walk & Meal - 4 miles
Thursday 30 November - Wharncliffe - Crags - miles

December 2017

Sunday 3 December - Heath & Sutton Scarsdale - 8 miles
Wednesday 6 December - Health Walk - 4 miles
Saturday 9 December - Treeton - 7 miles
Sunday 10 December - Ringinglow - 10.5 miles
Wednesday 13 December - Health Walk - 4 miles
Thursday 14 December - Cusworth Hall - 4.5 miles
Sunday 17 December - Howbrook - 9 miles
Wednesday 20 December - Health Walk - 4 miles
Saturday 23 December - Bradfield - 6 miles
Sunday 24 December NO WALK 
Wednesday 27 December - Health Walk - 4 miles
Thursday 28 December - Finkle Street - 6 miles
Sunday 31 December NO WALK

January 2018

Wednesday 3 January - Health Walk - 4 miles
Saturday 6 January - Millthorpe - 5.5 miles
Sunday 7 January - Wyming Brook - 7 miles
Wednesday 10 January - Health Walk - 4 miles
Thursday 11 January - Oughtiibridge/ Holdsworth - 6.5 miles
Sunday 14 January - Hathersage - 9 miles
Wednesday 17 January - Health Walk - 4 miles
Saturday 20 January - Oxspring - 7 miles
Sunday 21 January - Edale Mam Tor - 10 miles
Wednesday 24 January - Health Walk - 4 miles
Thursday 25 January - Edwinstowe - 5.25 miles
Sunday 28 January - Anston Stones & Carvery - 7 miles
Wednesday 31 January - Health Walk - 4 miles 

 

Social Events

Exlusive to our registered members

We source out and subsidise great deals for social events anything from meals out, Ten Pin Bowling, Murder Mysteries, Live Entertainment, Casino nights, Yorkshire Wildlife Park, Days out in York, Whitby, Flamborough & Llandudno, Ghost walks, Crown Green bowling, Yorkshire Mining Museum, The Deep in Hull, Disco themed nights to weekends away where we have 3 walks of suitability each day from Easy, Moderate and Strenurous, so there is something for eveyone.

2017 will see our weekend away based in Keswick.

Over the years we have had some fantastic group holiday too, no more paying out for expensive singles holidays and all with the option of planned walks, or for our members just to relax and enjoy the sun, countries visited by our shamblers on tour include Turkey, Tunisia, Egypt, Greece and Gran Canaria.

 

Details of our events can be found on our  forum once you have formally joined us.

Mining museum  

 

 

 

 

 

Peak District in winter
 

Why not join us?

A one off £2 joining fee on your first walk is all it costs, after this all walks are free, you remain a member as long as you attend a walk within a 3 month period.

On each walk we have an optional £1 50/50 raffle draw this enables us to get a few funds so we can subsidise socials and trips as well as maintain this website and our indemnity insurance. Again its optional. everyone associated with the planning and running of The Shamblers and all our walk leaders are dedicated volunteers.

 

 

 

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