Welcome to my “Pub Walk Series”, a set of walks I have done in the past all getting a revamp and updated, also each will be on a pdf file so you can download onto your mobile, I may even put them in a picture frame and you never know pubs might want to display them. Thats my next step.
Please do enjoy the walks and do let me know what you think.
Pub Walk No 1 -(Near Weston Park to Train station) this is starting from University Arms to Old Queens Head near the train station, a evening walk if you are doing halves, its not achievable if you are doing pints.
You can download the walk now as a pdf file which is walk1 . Also if you click on the pub names once downloaded onto your phone it will take you to their webpage on my website.
UPDATED : Henrys has been removed from this walk as it is now closed. (07/12/16)
UPDATED : The Hop has now closed (06/03/2017)
Pub Walk No 2 – (Sheffield Tap round walk) – this one is starting from Sheffield Tap which is next to the train station and is a round walk of 10 pubs, this walk is best suited for those coming from via train and want to end up back there.
You can download the walk now as a pdf file which is walk2 . Also if you click on the pub names once downloaded onto your phone it will take you to their webpage on my website.
UPDATED – (6/3/17) – The Hop has been removed as the pub has closed down, a substitute pub near has been added.
Pub Walk No 3- a walk round the 6 pubs at Broomhill, with a new edition of The Itchy Pig a micro pub and The Bloomery which has had a name change (was The place) and also a refurb. You can download a pdf file of the 6 pubs and notes from walk3
Pub Walk No 4 – (Kelham Island area) – a long walk from harlequin right through Kelham Island pubs and heading down to New Barrack Tavern, the later pubs are on the tram route to take you back into town. You can download a pdf file of the 10 pubs and notes from walk4
Pub Walk No 5 – Sheffield Tap to White Lion – to coincide with 2017 Monthly Specials which is all about the White Lion pub I decided to do a walk, this is a day walk. You can download a pdf file of the pubs from walk5
Pub Walk No 6 – Eccy Road – This walk starts from Champs and goes all the way up Eccy Road to Hunters Bar and then round the back of Eccy Road to Stags Head passing 2 more pubs, you could then walk down Sharrow Lane and continue along London Road. You can download a pdf file of the 8 pubs here walk6
Pub Walk No 7 – walk round town and then down to Kelham island area – this is a long walk taking in 14 pubs, I did this one on a weekend and best doing halves to get round them all. You can download a pdf file of the 14 pubs here walk7
Pub Walk No 8 – Crookes to Broomhill – this is one of my favourite walks, you can do this in a evening as I have done recently, catch the 52 bus to Crookes and start in Punchbowl and walk down to Broomhill where there are 6 more pubs and then finish off at University Arms. you can download a pdf file of the 10 pubs here – walk8
Pub Walk No 9 – Town Centre – This is a walk round the town centre taking in some pubs you probably havent been in or dont think they have ales or expect much, it is a nice walk and can be done in a evening. You can download a pdf file of the 11 pubs here – walk9
Pub Walk No 10 – this is a long walk which is best done at the weekend, starts at Waggon and Horse at Millhouses and finishes at Beer Engine. You can download a pdf file of the 12 pubs here – walk10
Pub Walk No 11 – this is a Twitter poll walk that was decided by Twitter peeps and out of the 4 options Dore & Totley was the winner, comprising of 7 pubs and a bit of a walk which is through some fields so best to not go in high heels.
Pub Walk No 12 – coming soon (High Bradfield to Hillsborough) – this is a long walk and should only be done if you are into walking as it is 6.53 miles long, you can do a shorted walk or catch the bus between Pub 1 to Pub , there are in total 11 pubs along this route.
You can download a pdf file of the 11 pubs here – walk12
Pub Walk No 13 – coming soon (Hope and Castleton)
Pub Walk No 14 – coming soon ((Kelham Island area – 11 pubs)