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Rotherham Unofficial

An unofficial website about the town and borough of Rotherham

Walks & Trails

The last time I looked I was unable to find the leaflet for the Trectone Walk but the others were available from Rotherham Visitor Centre.

Rotherham Town Centre Trails
Walks around the centre detailing the heritage of the town.
The Medieval Trail * The Industrial Trail * The Victorian Trail * The Town Centre Trail
Trectone Millennium Trail
An 8 mile walk around the village of Treeton.
Historic Thrybergh
A walk around the village of Thrybergh and Thrybergh Country Park with particular reference to the historic buildings in the village.
The Five Churches Walk
A 10 mile circular route visiting the churches of Wales, Harthill, Thorpe Salvin. South Anston and Todwick. This can also be done as a bicycle ride on quiet lanes and byways.
The Six Churches Walk
A 10 mile circular route visiting the churches of Wath-upon-Dearne, West Melton, Brampton Bierlow, Elsecar, the two Wentworth Churches. About half of this walk is along roads and some of them are very busy.
Swinton Area Waymarked Circular Walk
A 4¼ circular walk around Swinton. Most of this is on footpaths around the village and though the woodland.
Maltby Area Waymarked Circular Walk
A 15 mile walk from Maltby via Roche Abbey through Firbeck, Letwell, Laughton-en-le-Morthen, Slade Hooton and Hooton Levitt. There is no need to do the whole walk at once as there are shortcuts and alternative routes.
Laughton-en-le-Morthen Historical Walk
A stroll about Laughton looking at the history of the village.
Elsecar to Wentworth Historical Walk
A 4 mile walk from Elsecar (Barnsley) via the Wentworth Follies and through Wentworth returning to Elsecar. A walk down to look at Wentworth Woodhouse will add a bit more to this.