Wolsey Walk Cawood

'Cawood is sometimes known as the Windsor of the North because of its associations with royalty and archbishops in past centuries. The Romans had a riverside camp here, the Saxons and Vikings visited and in the Middle Ages it was famed for banquets and tournaments at the former castle, most notably the Great Feast to celebrate the enthronement of George Neville as Archbishop of York, one of the largest banquets ever recorded in England, employing 2,000 cooks ...'

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Distance (miles)
5
Starting from
Cawood, , Selby
Overview

'A popular walk from the historic village of Cawood. Stiles, field and riverside paths, some road sections.'

Note 'The information about this Walk is temporarily unavailable while we update the documents with new details about the routes.' [14 February 2016] (but see the AA Walk referenced in 'See Also' for an alternative)

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See also

Vikings and a Cardinal Beside the Ouse [AA Walks and Bike Rides] (7 miles)

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