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The Category East Riding of Yorkshire is a subset of Yorkshire and the Humber. Browse through the Brief Records in the Category or look at the broader Category to find a List of the Titles of all the Entities associated with East Riding of Yorkshire which have so far been described in this Directory. Clicking on a Title will link you to the Entity's Full Record.

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The following East Riding of Yorkshire Entities do NOT (currently) have Records in 'Open Paths and Trails'. Here, clicking on a Title of interest should link you to a relevant external Website (or Facebook Page):

- Market Weighton - Walkers Are Welcome

 

www.gybo.org.uk

Overview

'We are a friendly and sociable walking group, part of the Ramblers. Aimed at people in their 20s, 30s and the young at heart, we welcome walkers across North Yorkshire and the East Riding.'

www.ldwa.org.uk/EastYorkshire

Overview

Details of the activities of this Area's Group - including the Group Walks, usually held weekly on a Wednesday, and their Challenge Events.

www.eastyorkshireramblers.org.uk

Overview

'Has about eighteen hundred members ... Geographically, our area is sub-divided into a number of local groups.'

www.snaithandcowicktowncouncil.com/?page_id=570

Overview

'For a small town, Snaith has much to offer walkers and visitors. Snaith and Cowick is an area steeped in history – The Priory Church (Circa 1100AD), the site of a Royal Hunting Lodge where parliament once met, an ancient toll bridge and much more. With the Trans Pennine Train passing though, Snaith is an ideal place to stop for refreshment or even spend a night or two ...'

www.ywt.org.uk/nature-reserves/spurn-national-nature-reserve

Size (acreage)800
Overview

'A long, narrow, crooked finger of sand reaches out from the Holderness coast across the mouth of the mighty River Humber. This is Spurn, one of Yorkshire Wildlife Trust's most iconic nature reserves. It is a wildlife-rich mosaic of beach, mudflats, saltmarsh, dunes, grassland, open water, saline lagoons and native sea buckthorn scrub.'

Description from

Yorkshire Wildlife Trust

walkingtheriding.eastriding.gov.uk

Overview

'Discover over 250 interesting routes passing through the towns, nature reserves, coastal villages and rolling hills of East Yorkshire.  Alternatively, create your own route along the region's footpaths and bridleways.'

www.stamfordbridge1066.org.uk

Overview

Stamford Bridge Battlefield Walks  'Please contact the Society if you wish to attend a Battlefield Walk or to arrange a group booking ... The Walks take place on a Sunday morning at 11 am unless requested differently.  The Walks are dependant on the weather and conditions. A decision as to the type and duration is made at the start. Duration is usually 1-2 hours, but the longer walk can be up to 3 hours.'

www.chalklandway.btck.co.uk

Distance (miles)40
Overview

'Circular walking route on the beautiful Yorkshire Wolds, Britain's most northerly chalk outcrop, linking the villages of Great Givendale, Bishop Wilton, Bugthorpe, Thixendale, Fimber, Wetwang and Huggate ... The route was established in 1994 by Ray Wallis.'

www.eastriding.gov.uk/council/working-with-our-partners/rural-partners...

Overview

'Local Authorities have a duty under the CROW Act to establish Local Access Forums and in this area East Riding of Yorkshire Council and Kingston upon Hull City Council have agreed and worked together to support the creation of a Joint LAF as a body that is independent of both local authorities.'

www.eastriding.gov.uk/living/community-groups-and-volunteering/volunte...

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'East Riding of Yorkshire Council works in partnership with local parishes to improve, maintain and promote the public rights of way network.The local parish partnership scheme allocates grants to parish and town councils to help them look after their local paths ...'

www.eastriding.gov.uk/leisure/countryside-and-walks/places-to-visit/ot...

Overview

'Open Access means that you can walk through land mapped by Natural England as "access land" without having to stick to formal paths. Most of the land that is available lies in the wolds, as dry chalk valleys snake their way through the landscape ... We have a useful guide for those who wish to explore these beautiful places and this answers frequently asked questions about closures and restrictions, safety for walkers, dogs and other rules when using this new right.'

walkingtheriding.eastriding.gov.uk/find-walks/interactive-map/

Overview

Link to Map which 'shows the location of the existing footpaths, bridleways and byways across the East Riding of Yorkshire. The information on these pages gives the approximate location of the Public Right of Way network, and may only be used for general guidance. No guarantee is given to its accuracy. The Orange Public Rights of Way, marked on this Map, are the responsibility of Hull City Council'.

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Walking the Riding

www.beverleycivicsociety.co.uk/elwell-trail.html

Distance (miles)2
Overview

'Discover the paintings of Fred & Mary Elwell as you walk through the centre of Beverley ...'

Description from

Visit Hull and East Yorkshire

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The Elwells [Beverley Art Gallery]

walkingtheriding.eastriding.gov.uk/find-walks/

Distance (miles)16
Overview

'Follow the bird trail around the chalk cliffs of Flamborough Head.'

Description from

Walking the Riding

walkingtheriding.eastriding.gov.uk/find-walks/haltemprice-area/?entryi...

Distance (miles)25
Overview

'The High Hunsley Circuit was devised by the late Dennis Parker, former Chairman of the Beverley Group of the Ramblers’ Association. The route is easy to follow. From Walkington to Welton Wold Farm it incorporates a part of the route of the Beverley 20 walk (waymarked B20). The section from Brantingham to Hessleskew follows part of the Yorkshire Wolds Way, waymarked with its distinctive acorn symbol.'

walkingtheriding.eastriding.gov.uk/find-walks/

Distance (miles)20
Overview

'Enjoy a challenge on this 20-mile countryside walk from historic Howden.'

Description from

Walking the Riding

walkingtheriding.eastriding.gov.uk/find-walks/advanced-search/

Distance (miles)16
Overview

'Head out into rural Howdenshire on this delightful walk near Howden.'

Description from

Walking the Riding

www.nationaltrail.co.uk/en_GB/trails/yorkshire-wolds-way/leaflets/

Distance (miles)6
Overview

'This is a pleasant, easy walk along the track bed of the old railway from the centre of Market Weighton. Return the same way or via Goodmanham.'

www.dalestrails.co.uk/Haywold.html

Distance (miles)10
Overview

'A 10 mile circuit from the highest village on the Yorkshire Wolds.'

Description from

Dales Trails

walkingtheriding.eastriding.gov.uk/find-walks/market-weighton-area/

Distance (miles)11
Overview

'Part of this route is used for the Kiplingcotes Derby. This race is thought to be the oldest flat race in the country and is always held on the third Thursday in March.'

Description from

Walking the Riding

en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Minster_Way

Distance (miles)50
Overview

'Walkers' route through East Yorkshire, between the magnificent Minsters of Beverley and York, visiting Arram, Scorborough, North Dalton, Lockington, Millington, Great Givendale, Bishop Wilton, Full Sutton, Stamford Bridge, Kexby and Fulford ... It was established in 1980 by Ray Wallis of the East Yorkshire Area of The Ramblers.'

Description from

Wikipedia

walkingtheriding.eastriding.gov.uk/find-walks/pocklington-and-west-wol...

Distance (miles)20
Overview

'Discover some of the finest walking country in the north of England on what is arguably the most scenic circular walk through the Yorkshire Wolds.'

Description from

Walking the Riding

where2walk.co.uk/walk/pocklington-the-wolds-way/

Distance (miles)8
Overview

'Walk between the idyllic village of Millington and the larger town of Pocklington. The Yorkshire Wolds Way (joined by the Minster Way and Chalkland Way) is followed for over 3 miles as it climbs on to one of the chalky escarpments that so characterise the Wolds – the views are particularly impressive to the west, York and its flatter Vale ...'

Description from

Where2Walk

www.pocklingtoncanalsociety.org

Distance (miles)10
Overview

'The Pocklington Canal is a delightful rural waterway in East Yorkshire ... flowing from Canal Head near Pocklington to the River Derwent at East Cottingwith. The canal was completed in 1818 and is part of the inland waterways network of England and Wales. Like many of our canals it became derelict with the coming of the railways. Considerable restoration work has been done by the Pocklington Canal Amenity Society volunteers. Seven miles of the canal is currently navigable and the entire canal has a towpath.'

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