Great walk with some off-lead opportunities for dog walkers. Start of the walk is a little confusing; After 2nd stile, which is overgrown and nettles for about 10m, you reach the flood barrier but you need to go immediately right here to the tree line on your right. When you then arrive at the road, head up the road that goes to Dunsforth Lodge. After that, easy peasy

Loved this walk, the views were beautiful (we were lucky with the weather). The walk through the village is nothing to worry about (as per other reviews) and everything is clearly signposted.

Great trail, amazing views, few cow and sheep encounters. Very friendly nearby farmers. Highly recommend to all fellow trail walking enthusiasts.

Beautiful views and a lovely walk but definitely prepare for the rather steep incline about 2/3rds of the way round.

Good little circular Easy to follow Go under the bridge and make a right to find the steps up if you don’t know the area Would recommend and will do again - probably ‘in reverse’ to finish coming down the river which was the nicer part

great views once you have climbed up from Pateley Bridge

15 days ago

we did this walk today my partner and I and two of our children aged 12 and 7. it was extremely warm out today but was shady under the trees plenty of places to rest of needed but we were ok plodding on. lovely views at the top

This is a great trail if you’re looking for a fairly short walk with plenty of ‘off-lead’ time for the dog and a great pub at the end. Well-defined paths that skirt the river Ouse for a good portion at the start ensure this is a really nice easy walk with fantastic views of not just the river but the surrounding countryside. Just be prepared for boat envy!

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26 days ago

nice walk with great views

Nice walk along the river at the beginning, and across the viaduct at the end. A walk through a housing estate in the middle which was less pretty.

walked around Hayburn wyke number of times, lovely scenery.

lovely walk, we took a detour up to Pickering Castle on the way back too. 3 hours well spent on a lovely sunny day.

1 month ago

Nice, easy walk that circulates Masham, following the Burn River and River Ure until entering the Masham Nature Reserve at Marfield Quarry.

Really simple flat walk with my 66 year old dad. Beautiful views and highly recommended.

Lovely walk, great open space with beautiful views. We found it was great for dog walking.

Lovely easy walk to do with the children. Though very busy for a Sunday (probably because the sun was out) and probably not the best place to go for social distancing! Easy flat terrain with plenty of places to stop and rest.

2 months ago

Great trail but had to deviate as flooded. Fab views and great with a dog as mostly off leash (which our mut loved)

Fantastic walk. Not too strenuous. You end up at the limestone path at the end so the climb upwards is slow and gentle, which is much better than just walking straight up to it. Lots of other landmarks along the way. Would definitely recommend.

really good walk this one , a few climbs and drop offs as noted but well worth it for the views

2 months ago

Really lovely walk, lots of nice views. Thought it would be okay for dog to be off lead but there are quite a lot of sections where that's not possible

I completed this walk today and thoroughly enjoyed it from start to finish, so much variety from the arable fields, woodlands and the stunning views across the moors. The walk mainly allowed my pooch to run free off lead with only a couple of sections requiring a lead due to sheep / birds on the moors.

Ours first trial from this app is done Was very nice and dogs friendly walking. Road is clean and tidy, was so good be out of city and enjoy a fresh air with good views for some foto. We will be back some day

Lovely walk through the wood with a good mixture of terrain. Would recommend wellies though if you’re going after rain!

very enjoyable but a little slippy when wet.

A really beautiful route. Lots of opportunities for the dogs to be off lead.

2 months ago

Gorgeous views but ankle deep mud on most of second half of the route. I’m going to wait for weather to improve before I do it again!

This is a grueling hike - a real test but spectacular. Look for the waterfall to the right of the path on cote Moor. I stretched the walk out by heading for the tarn.

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