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Hiking

Enjoyable hike for casual hikers like us. Plenty of variety to the terrain, some great views, and not too far. To top it off you can reward yourself with a refreshing drink at the end

Alex Chapman reviewed Thixendale Circular Short
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Hiking
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WalkingGreat!

£10 to park, must pay for this online in advance (We used Riverside car park). Parts of the trail are one way due to Covid. Very popular and busy, but this did not spoil our walk. A few quite steep bits, and steep drops to river below. Not suitable for small children or some elderly. The strid (narrow part of river) was great to see, could be dangerous though so care with young children needed. Dog needed to be on the lead most (but not all) of the time.

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Emma B. reviewed Whitby Dracula Trail
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HikingGreat!

Lovely walk to get away from the centre of Whitby. Paths were easy to navigate. Good views into the bay of Whitby and of the abbey. We did this walk with our boys (youngest 5yrs) and they managed no problem.

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Walking
First to Review

Short walk around Masham. Walk of two halves - "eastern" half alongside Rivers Ure and Burn is nicer than "western" half closer to Swinton. Eastern route is well-marked and follows the river. Remember to take the short path down to the river, rather than following the path round the farmers field (at about 6 o clock on the map).Lots of places down by the river to paddle, play pooh sticks etc, Second half, to Swinton and back, is less well-marked. More stiles, and some walking on/next to roads.

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Eliot Barrass reviewed Hackfall Explorer Trail
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Walking

Lovely, well-marked forest path with plenty of follies and sights to keep the kids going. Got caught in the rain so missed off the Raven Scar loop, but substituted other, more 'internal' tracks instead. Took around 2 hours with two kids (3 and 5 years old). Can give Fountain Pond a miss imo. Bit muddy in parts. Glad I had my boots. Car-park was v. busy when I left. Wouldn't have liked my chances of getting parked after (say) 10am. 4.5 Stars overall

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MuddyOver grown
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Lee T reviewed Gribdale Gate
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Hiking

Good walk

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Hiking

Beautiful place to take the dog and family. Only thing I’d say is wear a hat as it is utterly PLAGUED with horseflies who bite.

Ashleigh Berry reviewed Skipton Castle Woods Trail
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Hiking

Child friendly

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HikingBugs
First to Review

Decent little walk there and back, all on road so not too tricky to navigate, nice on a lovely day to just stroll along. Could easily go further but just stuck to known route on here. Not much traffic one Tractor passed me on the way back and a handglider flew past. In all a nice easy walk

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Russell Beaven reviewed Aysgarth Woods and Waterfalls
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Hiking

First part of this route was peaceful lovely views across the fields and of the castle, as you approach the falls sections obviously a few more people about bit very calming listening to the water flow down. Car park is very very busy

James Grantham reviewed Hackfall Explorer Trail
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HikingBugsOver grownRocky

Great walk. A Forrest trail with a couple of amazing views and the river is very nice too. Great place to let kids get out for an adventure

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Hiking

Really lovely walk. It’s well sign posted and there is a car park

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WalkingNo shadeRocky

Nice afternoon dog walk and could let the dog off the lead in places where there were no sheep. pretty straight forward on the map but do lose phone signal in places. Its relatively flat along the top and bottom with just the walk down one side and back up on the road on the other side. We parked half way up the hill before reaching the car park at the top as the car park was full. We were grateful coming back to the car we didnt have to climb that bank all in one go as its very steep. Beautiful purple heather around end of july time and stunning views as well. Easy for us. (couple in 30’s)

Saulė Narsutytė reviewed Dick Turpin's Dog Walk
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Hiking

Lovely little walk through the city. perfect mix of urban, historical buildings and greenery. Very busy for the most part so it's not the quietest, peaceful walk but the history of the city makes up for it. Great way to quickly look around York if you're in the area.

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HikingMuddyOver grown
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Walking

Nice walk with plenty of insect life around summer. Be warned, after heavy rains, the Derwent can flood making the path really muddy. This section is near the beginning, so if it's been raining, pack some wellies to be safe.

TheRawrjamface User reviewed Yorkshire Wolds Way: Wintringham to Ganton
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Hiking
First to Review

Just a quick walk up the hill and slightly below the wolds way path. Nice views.

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HikingMuddy
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Lauren Crowson reviewed Kirkham Priory and the River Derwent
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Hiking

Excellent directions. Couldn’t get lost even if we had tried. Although, we would have done well to check the weather forecast before we set off so. So ended up huddled under a tree with our dog while it was torrential rain for half an hour or so. Will definitely come back on a sunny day to enjoy the walk again.

Sima Altaee reviewed Hackfall Explorer Trail
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HikingMuddyRocky

Great hike, beautiful views

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Walking

This is a great walk that keeps you next to the river at all times. Tracks are well maintained and pretty flat so we were okay with just trainers rather than walking boots. It wasn't overly muddy, despite a prolonged downpour on the way back. We parked on street and started the walk from a different part to avoid parking fees.

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