ConisbroughDoncaster

Condon two
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Distance

12km/7mi

Ascent

201m

Descent

147m

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Description

The suggested route is a little longer than ConDon but is much more pleasant to walk. From Conisbrough the route crosses the river Don using the Conisbrough Viaduct and then follows the river side walk and transpennine trail into Doncaster avoiding a long walk through the Doncaster suburb of Hexthorpe and busy terraced streets. It also avoids the unpleasant stretch of track adjacent to the Dolomite Quarry near Warmsworth and 2 narrow gates

The suggested route is a little longer than ConDon but is much more pleasant to walk. From Conisbrough the route crosses the river Don using the Conisbrough Viaduct and then follows the river side walk and transpennine trail into Doncaster avoiding a long walk through the Doncaster suburb of Hexthorpe and busy terraced streets. It also avoids the unpleasant stretch of track adjacent to the Dolomite Quarry near Warmsworth and 2 narrow gates

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Conisbrough
Grid RefSK5110998624
Lat / Lon 53.48188° / -1.23132°
Easting / Northing451,109E / 398,624N
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Doncaster
Grid RefSE5717303166
Lat / Lon 53.52208° / -1.13913°
Easting / Northing457,173E / 403,166N
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Vtptr***@gmail.com

03 Sep 2021

Condon 2 is by far the best of the 2 Condon routes, (passing The Boat Inn at Sprotbrough Lock).
River work is being done currently at Marsh Gate prison however you can still stay Riverside from Newton Farm to the works fencing and then follow the River Don to the cement works at Marsh Gate.
From Connisborough Viaduct walking from Doncon you can stay on TP2 all the way to Liverpool!!.


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Distance

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Ascent

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Descent

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