The focus of studies in the field of passive walking has often been on straight walking, while less attention has been paid to the field of turning motions. In this paper, the passive motions of a finite width rimless wheel as the simplest 3D model of passive biped walkers was investigated with a focus on turning motions. For this purpose, the hybrid model of the system consisting of continuous and discontinuous phases of motion was derived with respect to a vertical fixed frame that was independent of the surface profile. A Poincaré map corresponding to a step is one of the common methods used for the determination of periodic motions (limit cycles) and their specifications. In this study, it was emphasized that the Poincaré map has only one fixed point, indicating only one stable periodic motion that is parallel to the steepest slope surface. It is also shown that if the wheel is released from an orientation other than the steepest slope, the wheel turns towards the slope surface and eventually, its motion continues on the only existing stable limit cycle (passive limited turning). The effect of variation among some parameters of the initial conditions on rotational behaviour and its convergence were investigated.