Trying to find the best East Riding of Yorkshire trails? AllTrails has 17 great hiking trails, trail running trails, walking trails and more, with hand-curated trail maps and driving directions as well as detailed reviews and photos from hikers, campers, and nature lovers like you. If you're looking for the best trails around Bridlington, Driffield or North Ferriby, we've got you covered. Just looking to take a quick stroll? We've got 11 easy trails in East Riding of Yorkshire ranging from 2.3 to 11.2 miles and from 16 to 482 feet above sea level. Start checking them out and you'll be out on the trail in no time!

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lovely leisurely walk which took about 95mins at our slow pace. perfect walk for dogs. i imagine it would be quite muddy in parts after rain. can be easiliy extended by venturing towards the humber. not so many long distance views but was really nice to be in the wooded areas. will definitely be doing it again. didnt have to go through any livestock fields at all.

hiking
17 days ago

Grear walk not too hilly wonderful views wildflowers and bird life abundant. Mostly off leas for dogs.

Very quiet lovely coastal walk for a sunny day. My dog absolutely loved the run round.

long uphill at the beginning but worth it! kids loved it!

lovely walk nice views. Just the main roads to contend with at the end.

Nice walk and a great for a stroll with the dog but disappointed with the lack of views.

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no shade
1 month ago

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over grown
1 month ago

Nice walk with decent views and loadsa space for the Dog to be off lead . Very quiet

Lovely meandering walk, 2 adults, 2 dogs had a lovely stroll. Great scenery and very good directions, didn’t get lost once...very enjoyable !

Great walk to start our rambling adventures, Our dog enjoyed alot of off lead time as well , was slightly overgrown towards the village of wetwang but other then that wld definitely go on it again

Very good walk. Only issue is the abundance of flies in the wooded areas.

Lovely easy walk along the coastline. Great circuit walk and dogs loved the run. Walk along road back to car park, not to bad as there is a pavement to use.

Gave up. Path disappeared. The walk is very dull.

An easy walk with great views over the Estuary

A simple walk with great sea views. But there is a road stretch which was fine in May but could be busy in the holiday season.

private property
2 months ago

The trail is not completely public. I encountered a farmer informing me that the track is private property. I followed the trail on the map so better research is needed.

hiking
private property
2 months ago

Lovely walk, however the last couple of kilometres is on private property and we had to explain ourselves to the farmer. I suggest that you skip the Scout Campsite and modify the route by turning left on Melton Bottom road and continue onto Mill Road back to the finish.

A lovely quiet walk with some great views over The Wolds. Nice and dry in mid April. Dog really enjoyed himself as was off lead for the majority of the time. We parked at the Village Hall which has plenty of space.

Lovely walk, some fabulous views of the Humber Estuary. Dogs can be off lead most of the time.

a very nice, easy walk. dogs were off the lead 95% which was great for them. we didnt see anyone until we dropped back to the village. very peaceful. completed in just over two hours. thanks

Lovely peaceful walk through The Wolds with some great views. Early April and it was very dry underfoot. As others have said, it's great for dogs to explore off lead, just a couple of times you need to put them on a lead for roads.

At the start, Westwood House, there is no telephone box as referred to in the written directions. ADMIN RESPONSE: Thank you for letting us know about this change since the guide was written, we have updated the guide ready for future walkers.

Superb simple route. great for off lead dog walking. little bits were muddy in March.

A lovely walk with great views. My dog really enjoyed it with being able to be off the lead.

Friday, June 29, 2018

A good short walk but at this time of year (end of June 2018) the path from the coast is overgrown. Although we were able to pass through, it may have been more pleasant just to retrace out steps along the coast. Certainly need trousers not shorts �

Sunday, February 19, 2017

A quiet pleasant walk, great for dog walkers & no big hills so good people who are needing rehabilitation and just getting back into walking

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