Ringinglow Walks is a regular walking and social event organised by The Norfolk Arms. Our walks are planned and led by experienced professional guide Steve Murfitt of the Sheffield Wanderers.
Walking is a great way of keeping fit, and Ringinglow, with it's clean air and varied terrain, is a great place to take exercise.
Our walks are designed to provide a decent workout at a leisurely, enjoyable pace.
Meet New Friends
Organised walks are perfect for meeting and getting to know like-minded people in the area.
We've had countless new friendships form on our walks...but we're still waiting for our first Ringinglow Walks wedding!
Learn About The Area
The Ringinglow area is both historic and naturally beautiful. Some of the views are astounding, with landmarks up to 40 miles away being visible on a clear day.
All our routes offer their own selection of stunning scenery, interesting wildlife and little-known local knowledge.
Bank Holiday Walking Festival
The third annual Ringinglow Walks Walking Festival takes place over the May bank holiday, Saturday 4th - Monday 6th.
Join us as we explore three new routes, all planned by walk leader Steve Murfitt especially for the festival.
You can join us for any or all of the walks, details of which are below. There's no need to book, and tea/coffee and lunch at The Norfolk Arms is included in the cost.
Further details on the walks and prices will be announced nearer the time. Make sure you sign up for email updates and join our Facebook group for all the latest news.
- Saturday 4th May: Burbage Rocks (4.5 miles) - 9:00am
Starting from Upper Burbage Bridge, we'll tour both sides of the Burbage valley, visit an Iron Age fort and climb the iconic Higgar Tor.
- Sunday 5th May: Long Causeway (8.25 miles) - 10:00am
Starting near the source of the River Porter, we'll pass through Brown Edge, Rud Hill, White Stones, Long Causeway, Stanage and Burbage Moor.
- Monday 6th May: Mayfield Valley (4 miles) - 5:00pm
This walk takes place right on our doorstep, with a visit to the Mayfield Valley. You'll find out about its rich industrial and social history, and hopefully enjoy a spectacular sunset.