The list of trails below provide a brief description which is linked to a detailed leaflet which provides a more detailed map with guidance together with places of historical interest along the walk. The leaflets can be downloaded for ease of use, enjoy.

    , an overview of the walks

      Denby Dale to Shepley Trail, an easy 4 mile walk from Denby Dale station to Shepley station. Walk passes through Upper Cumberworth.

     Denby Dale Village Trail, a scenic 5 mile walk around the village of Denby Dale. Allow 2 to 3 hours for a leisurely walk. 

      Denby Dale Round Walk, a 11 mile walk around the Denby Dale district.

      Denby and Cumberworth Circular Trail, this trail is 7 miles long.

      Pen-Den Trail, a 5 to 6 mile walk linking Penistone and Denby Dale railway stations. Goes through the village of Ingbirchworth.

      Emley Circular Trail, approximately 6 miles long, though shorter alternatives are available.

      Emley Village Trail, approximately 3 miles long. Allow a couple of hours for a leisurely stroll.

    Emley Boundary Way, a 14 mile walk around Emley and its surrounding countryside.

    Clayton West Circular Walk, a 6 mile walk round and about Clayton West, taking in a Green, a Shrogg and a Mine.

      Clayton West Village Trail, allow a couple of hours for a leisurely 3 mile stroll around the scenic village of Clayton West.

    Skelmanthorpe Circular Trail, a 10-mile walk introducing you to stretches of the Dearne Way, the Kirklees Way and the Kirklees Light Railway.

    Skelmanthorpe Village Trail, a Scenic 3 mile walk around the historic village of Skelmanthorpe.

    Oxley Trail, a fun day out exploring the beautiful countryside in and around the Skelmanthorpe and Deffer Wood area.

    Plain Country Friends, a choice of three short walks, either ¾ mile, 1½ miles or 3 miles in length, best explored at a gentle stroll, linking the historic High Flatts 'Quaker Village' and Upper Denby.

    Ruins &  Rebuilds, a pleasant and very scenic circular walk from Dunkirk Inn, Lower Denby, visiting Gunthwaite area with the option of taking in the famous barn at Gunthwaite Hall.