Welcome to the Longshaw National Trust Estate.
Located around 8 miles from Sheffield city center, the Longshaw estate makes up part of the Peak District national park which is specially taken care of by the National Trust.
No matter whether you are a family looking for a day out, an avid walker, or rambler, here you’ll find trails that have something for everyone.
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Longshaw National Trust
Any person that visits here, no matter what walk of life you are from can take feel a connection with the British countryside.
The great part about it is that you’ll leave feeling revitalized having connected with this national trust estate located in the peak district.
Not only is it great for exercise on foot or on a bike there are many great photo opportunities here for those interested in wildlife and photography.
As we become more interested in sustainable travel, it is refreshing to see the positive approach the people at the national trust have done to ensure Longshaw’s and its visitors remain conscious of the environment and its; surroundings.
Longshaw Estate Walks
You’ll find that upon leaving the Woodcroft car park area you pass the Longshaw Lodge which was once an abandoned medieval manor house owned by the Duke of Rutland.
We spent around 2 hours one Sunday afternoon getting acquainted with the estate in all its glory.
Our Longshaw Estate itinerary went as follows below: