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Nice amble

Nice scenic walk with the family and to take your dog. Enjoyable way to take in fresh air. Not too... read more

Reviewed 31 December 2017
gelvisblue
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Skipton, United Kingdom
A good walk

Lovely location and a lovely doody pub. Love the atmosphere of the boaters, a great place on a... read more

Reviewed 6 September 2017
Badgerfamily1
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Selby, United Kingdom
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Sprotbrough Lock is one of the loveliest spots of the canal. Next to 17th Century pub, the Boat Inn, its grassy banks are within an area of outstanding natural beauty and this special place is an extremely popular spot for a Sunday stroll, a...more
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Sprotborough Locks, Nursery Lane, Doncaster DN5 7NB, England
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Reviewed 31 December 2017

Nice scenic walk with the family and to take your dog. Enjoyable way to take in fresh air. Not too taxing.

Thank gelvisblue
Reviewed 6 September 2017

Lovely location and a lovely doody pub. Love the atmosphere of the boaters, a great place on a summers day for a walk or cycle. We walked to Doncaster along the river. Busy at peak times so the parking gets creative!

Thank Badgerfamily1
Reviewed 23 August 2017 via mobile

Great dog-walking territory here and mainly pleasant people around. Unsure of the perceived protocol for dogs, pedestrians and bike in terms or rights of way but it is also a popular cycle route. Cyclists be aware - pedestrians have right of way.

Thank Watty5657
Reviewed 10 August 2017

Great walk down the canal, plenty of boats, cormorants and ducks as well as fish. Some lovely industrial architecture too

Thank David C
Reviewed 19 April 2017

We started from the fish by-pass and walked up as far as the old railway bridge (2+ miles). Be warned that the path up to it is steep and hands are needed in places! Great views going over it. The return leg on the cycle...More

Thank John B
Reviewed 25 January 2017 via mobile

Ok so it does get a bit muddy due to all the cyclists now using the path as part of the pennine trail but its a great walk. We normally start at the steps nr the A1 bridge and walk via the cliffs to the...More

Thank Trebor5417
Reviewed 28 December 2016 via mobile

A regular walk down by the river/canal side sometimes stopping off for a quick half at Boat Inn but more often continuing on to the Cadeby. Beautiful scenery. Interesting wildlife spotted whilst walking. Great to stop to admire the colourful canal boats moored at Sprotbrough....More

Thank jochg2016
Reviewed 4 September 2016 via mobile

Been twice now, we plan to go a lot more and we can walk a different route each time. The boat inn is a nice place for a meal too.

Thank kimberleyopinion
Reviewed 17 June 2016 via mobile

Pleasant surroundings for a dogwalk with a bit of a pub to pub stroll with the dig a possibility. Good food nearby at Mehfil and Otto in Sprotbrough village or The Boat.

Thank Watty5657
Reviewed 18 February 2016 via mobile

This is a lovely walk. Very peaceful and perfect for anyone. My dog loves the run. It is clean and it is perfect for families to walk too

Thank Sophie R
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Joanne N
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Response from Trebor5417 | Reviewed this property |
Its so much easier now they have tarmacked the whole riverside footpath from the Boat Inn to Denaby Ings but as previous answer walk to the Viaduct turn right up the hill and keep walking in a straght line to Cadeby... More
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