Walk summary: A pleasant walk around the village taking in the River Don. This mainly flat walk traces the boyhood home of a World War Two flying ace, the footsteps of Sir Walter Scott and the places that inspired his novel, Ivanhoe
Distance: 2.45 Miles / 3.95 Kilometres
Duration: 1hr 15 Mins
Terrain: Mainly flat, slight bumps in woodland part of walk.
Nearest Car Park: 0.5 miles to the south of Sprotbrough village, public car parking is available next to the toll house on Nursery Lane
Voice over by: Mick Reeve (Don Gorge Community Group)
Written by: Rachel Walker (Don Catchment Rivers Trust) and Karen Eynon (Don Catchment Rivers Trust). The authors are grateful for the assistance of Liz Reeve and the Don Gorge Community Group.
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