Length – 7.5 miles
A walk over open farmland and through woodland. From Wortley village the route passes across farmland before dropping into the woodland of Westwood Country Park. The route returns through the village of Howbrook and Wharncliffe woods.
- Grade – Mostly well marked paths over rolling farmland and woodland. Some muddy sections. The route crosses a couple of busy roads.
- Start – Park Avenue, Wortley
- Grid Reference – SK 30800 99382
- Parking – On street parking in Wortley village
- Public transport – 29 from Sheffield via Ecclesfield and High Green
- Refreshments – Cafe and pub in Wortley village
- Public Toilets – none
Map of the walk
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