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A-Z of WALKS and CATEGORIES

Area: Yorkshire North Riding

'Tree-felling has opened up the views on the first part of the walk, and you really feel on top of the world as the path swings round the scarp edge. The return is through the dappled shade of mixe ...
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Category Scarborough

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Category York

Trails for everyone 'Easy going, all abilities, play and adventure or peace and quiet, we have the trail for you.'


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Category Ryedale

'There is a programme of walks for the whole year which is published on the website in September.'


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Category North Yorkshire

'Hambleton Strollers organises led walks which start from doctors' surgeries, leisure centres and other central points in Northallerton, Stokesley, Thirsk, Bedale, Easingwold and Great Ayt ...
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Category Hambleton

[1] Nature reserves, woodlands and tree management - - - : [2] Major parks, gardens and open spaces - - - : [3] Parks maintenance


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Category Harrogate

'We produce a number of walks leaflets. Our series of History and Habitats leaflets describes various circular routes in and around the villages of Hovingham, Welburn and Nunnington. With ...
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Category Ryedale

'A Sunday walking programme runs throughout the year ... There is also a Wednesday evening and Saturday social walk programme. The walks cover the stunning scenery of the Yorkshire Moors and the su ...
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Category Scarborough

'For more information about walking around Leyburn, call in at Leyburn Tourist Information Centre where there are a series of walking leaflets and walking books and maps.'


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Category Richmondshire

'There are 820km of public footpaths and bridleways to explore. Use our guides ... to download information about long distance routes, circular routes and short, easy strolls. Most of the routes ha ...
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Category North Yorkshire

'Moorland covers a third of the North York Moors National Park and most of the higher ground is moorland. You can get superb views across the open moorland from the road between Castleton ...
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Category North Yorkshire

'Short to medium length walks will help you to uncover charming market towns, rolling farmland, ancient woodland and beautiful heather moorland. Along the way there are historic houses, atmospheric ...
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Category North Yorkshire

'Directly to the south lies the Vale of Pickering, a low lying, rural area served with a network of footpaths. Dalby Forest is a unique public forest to the east of Pickering, wit ...
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Category Ryedale

'Running the length of RHS Garden Harlow Carr is one of the longest streamside gardens in the country: The Streamside is the jewel of the garden.'


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Category Harrogate

'The Festival is centred on the lively and picturesque market town of Richmond which boasts everything you need to ensure a wonderful day or longer stay, whether a solo traveller or a group of frie ...
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Category Richmondshire

'A festival of walks, talks and music along the fabulous Settle-Carlisle railway line.'


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Category Craven

'Visiting Rosedale today, it’s hard to imagine that it spent the seventy years between the 1850s and 1920s as a bustling, sooty and noisy hive of industrial activity, home to nearly 5,000 miners. N ...
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Category Ryedale

'Our well managed group is run by a committee of nine members. We walk most weekends and occasionally on weekdays all year round and on weekday evenings in the summer.'


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Category Ryedale

'Formed in 1937 as the Scarborough Branch of the CHA (Co-Operative Holiday Association) and has offered 2-3 walks a week continuously since that date. Walks are led by volunteer leaders and the Clu ...
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Category Scarborough

'Local Attractions' include: [1] Barlow Common Nature Reserve - - - : [2] Bishop Wood - - - : [3] Canals and waterways - - - : [4] Drax millennium walks - - - : [5] Fairburn Ings - - - : [6] Hamble ...
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Category Selby

'Skipwith Common National Nature Reseve is one of the last remaining areas of northern lowland heath in England. An incredible variety of plants and animals depend on the Common for their ...
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Category Selby

'Club activities consist of Canoeing, Caving, Climbing, Cycling, Mountain biking, Skiing and Walking. In all activities standards range from novice to expert; beginners are welcome. New outdoor act ...
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Category Richmondshire

'"Walkers are Welcome in Tadcaster" is organised by a Steering Group of voluntary members who meet every few months. The Group raise funds from sponsorship and grants in order to cover the ...
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Category Selby

'There are tree trails, a nature trail and a children's trail, a large lake, picnic area and children's play area. The Arboretum also embraces the Milbank Pinetum planted by Lady Augusta Milbank in ...
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Category Hambleton

[1] Upper Wharfedale - - - : [2] Lower Wharfedale - - - : [3] Ribblehead - - - : [4] Nidderdale - - - : [5] Malhamdale - - - : [6] Middleton Fells - - - : [7] Swaledale - - - : [8] Ilkley Moor - - ...
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Category North Yorkshire

The Friends of York Cemetery organize a series of 'Guided Walks and Events' throughout the year.


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Category York

'Rambles are normally held at three weekly intervals on Sundays throughout the year - each of these Sunday excursions involves a coach journey into the countryside where a choice of rambles is made ...
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Category York

'Sunday walks are the bread and butter of YOG and tend to be between 10 and 14 miles in length (16 - 22 Km). On occasion they can be a bit longer or shorter, and this will be detailed in the progra ...
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Category York

'The National Park was established in 1954, and covers an area of 1,762 square kilometres (680 square miles) in the north of England, straddling the central Pennines in the counties of North Yorksh ...
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Category North Yorkshire

'The complete circuit is divided into 25 separate day circular walks.'


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Category Harrogate

'The whole circuit or "long route" is 17.5 miles long and it is advised to allow eight to nine hours to complete it but you could take much longer if you take time to enjoy the vistas and places of ...
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Category Harrogate

'The footpath walks around Bentham, all on recognised routes and rights of way, range over a variety of terrains – riverside banks, undulating pastures, flowery meadows, and wind-swept moors, and p ...
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Category Craven

'There are lots of information boards at the mines to read about the history of lead mining in the area. After the history lesson on mining our walk returns to Pateley Bridge via Ashfold Side. It i ...
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Category Harrogate

'Visitors to Bolton Abbey have been welcomed here since the foundation of Bolton Priory in 1154. In 1810 the Rev. William Carr and the 6th Duke of Devonshire opened Strid Wood to the public. Togeth ...
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Category Craven

'To fully enjoy the Yorkshire Dales and in particular to appreciate the variety and character of the individual dales takes time. However in a week this can be comfortably achieved on foot. I have ...
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Category Craven

'Great Ouseburn is mentioned in the Domesday Book and it’s near here the Ouse Gill Beck rises and, where it joins the Ure nearby, forms the River Ouse. In 1840 around 30 retail establishme ...
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Category Harrogate

'This land of contrasts stretches from the historic port of Whitby, with its ancient clifftop abbey, north along miles of unspoiled rugged coastline to the seaside resorts of Saltburn and Redcar an ...
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Category North Yorkshire

'We have published a new 48 page guide to the Centenary Way. You can request a hard copy priced at £4 (including postage) ... or download it as an e-book that you can print for free.'


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Category York

'Starting from the attractive market town of Helmsley, The Cleveland Way heads across the inspirational, and sometimes vibrant heather Moorland of the North York Moors, before reaching the ...
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Category Ryedale

'The walks vary in their level of difficulty. Most of the walks are short ones that may be suitable for people with impaired mobility ... The Baysdale walk is far more challenging. None of the deta ...
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Category Accessible Walks

'All walks are available to download and print: [1] Copmanthorpe to Haggs Farm - - - : [2] Copmanthorpe, Bishopthorpe, Acaster Malbis and Appleton Roebuck Circular - - - : [3] Copmanthorpe to Colto ...
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Category York

'The trail was created as part of a community project to celebrate the designation of Nidderdale as an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty. The mosaics were made in 1997 by "The Crackpots" ...
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Category Harrogate

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Category 3: 51-100 Miles

'Esklets are a series of becks that join up down in the valley close to Castleton. The walk starts at Castleton Moor station and passes through or near eight of the villages along the Esk ...
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Category Scarborough

Points of interest [1] 15th Century Thirsk Parish Church - - - : [2] Kilvington Mill, with its 200 year-old mill race - - - : [3] Medieval strip fields beside Stoneybrough Lane - - - : [4] ...
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Category Hambleton

'We are currently exploring the idea of expanding Open Country into other areas and are in the process of collating questionnaire responses from the West Yorkshire area. If you wou ...
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Category Harrogate

'The Harrogate Dalesway is a long established, linear route from Harrogate to Bolton Abbey forming a link to the 80 mile-long Dales Way, long distance path, to Bowness on Winderme ...
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Category Harrogate

'We started the walk from next to a Ringway sign, just near the junction of Jennyfield Drive and Grantley Drive. Whilst hardly the most scenic spot on the route it is worth noting that when the Rin ...
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Category Harrogate

'Rievaulx Abbey has long been established as a spectacularly tranquil location, with St Aelred commenting, "Everywhere peace, everywhere serenity!" However, the rise of the Abbey led to si ...
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Category Ryedale

'Each book in the series Her Master's Walks has ten routes. The walks consist of a two page descriptive guide and a full colour map with numbered arrow pointers. The route directions inclu ...
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Category North Yorkshire

'The detailed walk descriptions and maps are supplemented by additional useful information for walkers, such as; information on getting to the walk, a comprehensive town and village directory cover ...
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Category Richmondshire

'1. York Jewish History Trail : - - : 2. Discover Etty's York : - - : 3. Exploring York's Railway Heritage : - - : 4. The Ghostly Pub Trail : - - : 5. Guy Fawkes: On the Trail of the Gunpowder Plot ...
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Category York

The detailed illustrated walk description passes through these villages: Coxwold ... Husthwaite ... Oulston ... Yearsley ... Brandsby ... Skewsby ... Coulton ... Hovingham ... Terrington ... Bulmer ...
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Category Hambleton

'The trail is open seven days a week, throughout the year (closed Christmas Day) and opens at 9.00 a.m.' There is an Admission Charge: 'Please note the ticket office is unable to accept cr ...
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Category Craven

Brief descriptions of: [1] Dowber Gill and Hag Dyke (4 miles) - - - : [2] Great Whernside (7.7 miles) - - - : [3] Kettlewell - Arncliffe - Hawkswick (6.2 miles) PLUS 'A Walk Around Kettlewell' itse ...
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Category Craven

'... The woodland walking continued to be brilliant. Spring sunshine glistened through the high canopy making the walk through the wood ever contrasting. Purple Orchids were generously interspersed ...
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Category Harrogate

'The route was inspired by Lady Anne Clifford, that great lady who owned vast estates in the old county of Westmorland during the 17th.c. Lady Anne travelled repeatedly between her castles ...
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Category Craven

'Gargrave was an important industrial centre: not only does the canal pass through but also the North Western Railway and the Keighley and Kendal turnpike (now the A65), which enabled the town to t ...
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Category Craven

'The man behind the inception of the Lyke Wake Walk, was called Bill Cowley. Bill was a former Indian Civil Servant, North Yorkshire farmer, local historian, journalist and broadcaster. In ...
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Category Hambleton

'With its own unique waymarker, the walk offers some challenging climbs with rewarding views, especially a breathtaking panorama from Middlesmoor Church. Highlights include Brimham Rocks, How Stean ...
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Category Harrogate

'This website has nearly twenty walks for you to enjoy along our coastline. These include 6 linear sections following the Cleveland Way National Trail. Each walk will give you an insight i ...
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Category Scarborough

'We will be building up a collection of suggested walks ... complete with maps and easy to follow instructions, each based on my own walks over the last few years, and illustrated by some of the th ...
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Category North Yorkshire

The Trails include: [1] Swaledale Audio Trail - - - : [2] Ribblesdale Audio Trail - - - : Read More...

Category North Yorkshire

'On 24th September 1938 Alfred Wainwright, then a clerk in the Treasurer’s Department at Blackburn Town Hall, left Settle railway station on an expedition that he had been planning for som ...
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Category Craven

PDF 'guides to the walks around Richmond have been designed so you can download the maps and text so you can take them on your walk: [1] Richmond Town Trail (1.5 miles) - - - : [2] Richmond Plaque ...
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Category Richmondshire

Walking Britain describes the Walk in five Legs: Walk 2403 - Ripon Rowel Walk Leg 1 – Ripon to South Stainley; Walk 2404 - Ripon Rowel Walk Leg 2 – South ...
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Category Harrogate

'The route starts from a forestry commission car park on Dikes Lane outside of Great Ayton. The route follows the Cleveland Way to Roseberry Topping, crosses Newton Moor into Lonsdale Slac ...
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Category Hambleton

'As part of the Liberty of St Wilfred in 937 A.D., King Athelstan granted the right of sanctuary overnight for anyone, as long as they were within the eight markers. The Rotary Club installed repli ...
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Category Harrogate

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