The two routes of the South Yorkshire Way both pass some amazing places of interest...
The Boundary Route (in green)
No.1 Yorkshire, Bawtry Church, Austerfield, Robin Hood Airport (former RAF Finningley), Humberhead Levels National Nature Reserve, Hatfield Chase, the Sheffield & South Yorkshire Navigation Canal, St Cuthbert's Church, the 2 windmills of Fishlake, Norton Priory, Campsall Country Park, Robin Hood's Well, Brodsworth Hall, Hooton Pagnall Hall, Hooton Pagnall Wood, Howell Wood Country Park, Notton Wood Nature Reserve, Cawthorne Park, Cannon Hall Country Park, Cannon Hall Farm, Scout Dike Reservoir, Dunford Bridge - the Woodhead Tunnels, Hingcliffe Common, Howden Edge, High Stones (550m), Howden Reservoir, Cartledge Stones Ridge, Strines Reservoir, Stanage Edge, Robin Hood's Cave, Cowper Stone, Fiddler's Elbow, Higger Tor, Fox House Inn, Totley Brook, Beauchief Abbey, Graves Park, Rother Valley Country Park, Nor Wood, Harthill Reservoir, the former RAF Firbeck, Roche Abbey and Tickhill Castle.
The Central Route (in orange)
Hatfield Water Park, Hatfield Church, Doncaster Racecourse, Cast, Doncaster Mansion House, Doncaster Minster, Conisbrough Castle, St Peter's Church, Thrybergh Country Park, Old Moor Nature Reserve, Monk Bretton Priory, Dearne Valley Park, Wentworth Castle Gardens, Worsbrough Mill Museum & Country Park, Elsecar Heritage Centre, Needle's Eye, Wentworth Woodhouse, Keppel's Column, Rotherham Minster, Clifton Park & Museum, River Don, Sheffield Manor Lodge, Sheffield Cathedral, Sheffield City Hall, Endcliffe Park, Ecclesall Woods and Beauchief Abbey