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18 days ago

This is an excellent walk which covers some lovely parts of Levisham. It was a little overgrown when we recently walked this. Some lovely views and a nice stopping off point near the beck were you can relax and eat your picnic. Nice reward when you finish the walk with a pint and some pork scratchings from the horseshoe pub. Would recommend this walk to all age groups

on Hole of Horcum

1 month ago

Walk from Hole or Horcum car park, to needle point and back. Lots of ascent and descent, but worth it. Views from needle point are beautiful. Lots to do and see on the way including crossing the North Yorkshire moors railway.

Did it as part of a longer walk

Lovely weather did this beautiful walk credit. We did a detour to the Station and watched the 12.15 steam train to Whitby. Some long hill climbing in full Sun and 17 degrees made plenty of water a must.

really worth a go. hard work and a lot of challenges on they way. what makes it even more fun.

Hi another great walk lovely views over newton dale and to leversham railway station instructions easy to follow again although just a minor point last sign to village up grassy hill which is hard to spot is on the left not right but will do walk again regards bailes

nice walk especialy along side the beck a little tricky in parts as per instructions plenty of cattle near electric fencing need to be careful also gps tracker very useful as well no hills to climb regards bailes

My first walk too. You can make it longer by going round the next earth works field and we did. Beautiful, easy, gentle walk.

4 months ago

nice walk some small hills all off road dogs must be on leads

A Lovely walk. There's a variety of flora and fauna to see. The walk to the river was my favourite part.

Hi, did this walk this morning, what a lovely walk, instructions spot on again, just a couple of gentile gradiants woodlands very nice but without gps tracker would be very easy to miss narrow path on left to small bridge regards Bailes

did this walk yesterday, it was a lovely walk, a bit muddy but thats only to be expected this time of the year, would recommend it

A straightforward but exhilarating walk, with wonderful views. We walked on a damp cold November day and at times the cloud hung low in the valley. But reaching the Roman forts at the crest of the hill still afforded breathtaking views. A steady climb all the way up but the route is easy to follow. And at least it's all downhill on the way back!

Amazing quite long 30 miles but good route all round make sure you eat before hand

As others have said, the small wooden bridge near the far point of the walk is very easy to miss. You need to turn down a narrow overgrown path and ignore the larger path carrying straight on. A tip for the way back: rather than double back along the road into Pickering, you can walk through the woods to its east for a good section.

The slippery downhill stretch mentioned at point two really is treacherous when muddy and extreme care should be taken.

Thursday, November 24, 2016

great walk that initially follows the scenic beck. lots of wildlife to see along the way.

Wednesday, November 23, 2016

A lovely walk, I would recommend using the GPS feature when looking for the small wooden bridge as it is very easy to miss. Other than this the instructions were very easy to follow.

Very pleasant walk, especially the first part along the side of the beck.

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