Ecclesall Woods (Sheffield) Reviews
Newest Review: ... The larger, better quality paths form part of a multitude of different trails that are each colour coded and sign-posted. In fact there are over 15 kilometres of footpaths and bridle-ways within Ecclesall Woods. These include an 'Easy Going' trail that is suitable for the less able bodied and wheelchair users. At the intersection of these main footpaths there are sign-posts to assist the visitor but it has to be said that I am familiar with these woods and I find these signs very misleading. In short, without a good map it is very easy to get lost in Ecclesall Woods as so many of the routes look the same. Part of this confusion stems ... more
Customer Ecclesall Woods (Sheffield) Reviews (1)
by - written on 10/05/08 (Very useful, 835 readings)
Ecclesall Woods are located about 3 miles (5 Kilometres) to the south west of Sheffield city centre. This area of woodland is vast and covers an area of approximately 140 acres making them the largest semi-natural woodland in South Yorkshire. The woods are a very popular visitor attraction and are particularly valued for their wildlife, and their historic and archaeological features. Ecclesall Woods are designated as a Local Nature Reserve (LNR) for the wildlife that they support, which includes several species of bird that are relatively common here yet not found elsewhere within the Sheffield area. These include Lesser Spotted Woodpecker, Marsh Tit and ... Read the complete review
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