GPS Cycle and Walking Routes


Sprotbrough Falls

4 miles (6 km)

This walk visits the popular Sprotbrough Falls before heading to the nearby Sprotbrough Flash Nature Reserve on the River Don, near Doncaster. The area is popular with local walkers due to its natural beauty. It includes locks, weirs, woodland trails and lots of wildlife to look out for.
The walk starts on Sprotbrough Bridge and heads past the falls to Sprotbrough Flash. The reserve is an interesting place located in the Don Gorge with some wonderful limestone scenery. The site also includesopen water, wetland, woodland and limestone grassland. It's great for wildlife too with Bittern,Gadwall,Great Crested Grebe,Green Woodpecker,Reed Warbler andBrown Harevisitors to the area. In the summer months you will also see a wide variety of pretty wildflowers.
After exploring the reserve you pick up riverside paths running along both sides of the Don.
To extend your walking in the area you could pick up our Doncaster River Walk and head west along the river to Conisborough and the impressive Conisborough Viaduct. Near here you can also pick up the Trans Pennine Trail and visit the Denaby Ings Nature Reserve. It's another great place for wildlife watching and is located just a few miles west of Sprotbrough.

Sprotbrough Falls OS Map - Mobile GPS OS Map with Location tracking

Sprotbrough Falls Open Street Map - Mobile GPS Open Street Map with Location tracking

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Photos

Sprotbrough Flash - geograph.org.uk - 116967

Sprotbrough weir on the River Don, South Yorkshire

Sprotbrough flash from the hide - geograph.org.uk - 1727533

River Don lock at Sprotbrough, South Yorkshire

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Memory Map Route

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