Where are your favourite spots in the district to stretch your legs?
5. Heath Common
Like many people, you've probably driven through Heath Common countless times. But when was the last time you took the time to explore the area? The grassland has been open land for hundreds of years, and has ties to famous naturalist Charles Waterton.
Now a National Trust property, Nostell is an 18th century architectural masterpiece, and draws tens of thousands of visitors every year. With a historic house, cafe and more than 300 acres of parkland to explore, Nostell is certain to provide a day out for the whole family.
7. Wintersett Reservoir
Adjacent to Cold Hiendley Reservoir, Wintersett Reservoir was constructed in the 19th century to feed the nearby Barnsley Canal. It now features a circular 2 mile walking route - and stunning views.
Photo: Reader Pic/Michiko Smith
8. Southern Washlands Nature Corridor
To the east of the city centre, the Southern Washlands comprises open water, swamp, marshy grassland, neutral grassland scrub and woodland over a series of four countryside sites.
Photo: Reader Pic/Carole Owens