Make the most of our Outdoor City
Here in Sheffield we are incredibly lucky to have the ability to easily get into green space and the outdoors – which is what has given us the name ‘The Outdoor City’. Plenty of people live here because they love walking, running, climbing, road cycling, mountain biking, wild swimming or trekking in and around the Peak District.
But one aspect many of us have realised over the last year is that sometimes just being in a place with lots of green space and seeing it around you is truly important. Which is why it’s also so great that we have so many greenspaces in the city to explore too, whatever age or ability you are.
Here you'll find suggestions for making the most of Sheffield's great outdoors as we move into Spring and hopefully continue on the Government’s roadmap out of the pandemic. Please also read about how to enjoy and respect our outdoor spaces and surrounding countryside so that we can all continue to enjoy them.
Also, keep an eye on The Outdoor City social channels- we've seen lots of engagement this year, so much so it's hard to keep up sometimes with all the fantastic posts about people's outdoor adventures and experiences in the city, that we get tagged in.
Follow @TheOutdoorCity and #TheOutdoorCity on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram and also check out our official web home www.theoutdoorcity.co.uk for a whole load more information and inspiration, though please note some information may be out of date as current events continue to change.
We all have a duty to respect the environments we live in - not just for nature's sake, but the locals who live around them too so be part of the solution.
Given all the hills in Sheffield it’s no surprise that many of our favourite parks find themselves incorporating a steep gradient or two, offering stunning views across the city.
Follow the beautiful routes and paths along Sheffield’s waterways, which are still punctuated with fascinating reminders of an industrial past.
Over 30 run routes are signposted and mapped across 15 locations in parks and woodland across Sheffield. Whatever your pace, fast or slow, they’re a good way to explore...
Want a scenic staycation challenge? How about walking the entire boundary of the Peak District National Park? Friends of the Peak District have devised a route so you can do just that.
From city parks to the edge of the peaks! The Sheffield Round Walk is a 15-mile showcase loop of the southwestern edges of The Outdoor City.