Organisers from across Sheffield's outdoor groups, clubs and businesses come together to offer a unique programme of events. Ready to kick off the city’s outdoor season with a full month of events and activities, celebrating the strength of Sheffield’s vibrant outdoor communities.
Head straight out to the UK’s only inner-city mountain bike trail at Parkwood Springs, take in some big views and berms at Lady Cannings Plantation or venture north to Sheffield's Greno Woods for some technical trails through the trees.
More than 100 of the best new adventure, travel and extreme sports films from around the world on the big screen in the heart of The Outdoor City.
The Rotherham Show, which attracts tens of thousands of people to Clifton Park, is one the biggest events of its kind anywhere in the country. The show has been a firm favourite in the calendar for local residents and visitors from outside of the area for many years.
From pretty moorland, rolling hills and dales to scented meadows and leafy forests, the Peak District is home to some of the country's finest scenery - deservedly designated as Britain's first National Park! As well as natural wonders, the area is steeped with culture and award-winning attractions.
Langsett Reservoir sits at the north eastern edge of the Peak District National Park, less than 5 miles south west of Penistone. With a capacity of over 1,400 million gallons, it is the biggest supply reservoir in the Sheffield district and also has one of the largest earth embankments in the UK.
South Yorkshire is home to the Oldest Football Club in the World - Sheffield F.C. You can also watch Sheffield United, Sheffield Wednesday, Rotherham United and Doncaster Rovers on your visit to the region.
South Yorkshire’s only Grade I listed landscape (and National Trust site) offers acres of parkland and gardens to explore as Autumn continues. There are surprises along every avenue at Wentworth Castle Gardens, including a castle that is not what it seems.
As one of the greenest cities, Sheffield is home to more trees per person than any other European City. Grey to Green is bringing more of this colour into the city centre, turning once dull streets into vibrant public spaces.