The Sheffield Greenway is a unique recreational walking route of 111 miles (179 km).
90% is off-road, most on natural or improved paths through countryside and yet it never strays more than 7 miles (11 km)
from Sheffield city centre. To achieve this remarkable feat, the Greenway meanders through the leafy suburbs in five roughly equidistant loops - south, west, north, east, and into the neighbouring countryside of Rotherham - seeking out the best the leafiest and greenest city in the UK has to offer. 61% of Sheffield is greenspace; it has many large and beautiful parks, acres of ancient woodland, five scenic river valleys, a canal and numerous wild open spaces. It is also a journey of discovery, packed with visible history and stunning views.
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