All I can say is wow. An amazing urban walk starting in the city centre and taking you to Meadowhall and beyond. You walk along the banks on the River Don and if it's during the working week it's a walk alive with the sounds of industry. Sheffield is still a town of makers.
When you get to the English Institute of Sport you can cut turn right and walk along the front and pick up the canal for a Full Monty walk back - or go in to Meadowhall and pick up the tram home.
It's also a cycle route linking to the trans pennine trail. Sometimes where it's not signed Five Weirs Walk follow signs for the cycle route TPT - it's the same.
It's a bit tricky to find the start (I've asked the council to sort) but if you are a visitor a good place to find it is to head towards the Wicker and look for the signs. Ask a friendly local and they'll help. If you're a local officially starts at Lady's Bridge,
But once you've on it other than a tricky bit in the middle where you cross over the river and feel like you're going back on yourself it's a breeze.
Follow the sign for Attercliffe cemetery for a detour round a Victorian grave yard.
Can't believe it took me a decade living in Sheffield to do this and can't recommend it more highly.
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