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Lou Warburton reviewed Howardian Hills Circular
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First to Review

I thoroughly enjoyed the first half of this route and found the map really easy to follow out of Malton. I did adapt my route slightly as I didnt want to walk along the main road to start, as such I walked along outgang lane over the A64 and took the first left signposted public bridleway. This takes you through the fields and joins the mapped route near Broughton woods. My pooch was off the lead for pretty much the entire walk bar the odd main roads we had to cross. We reached Amotherby with ease and found the public bridleway out of Amotherby, we walked along this track which brought us out on Braygate Street. From here I could not follow the map, the map suggests you should continue straight over Braygate street and along the track for a short while before veering left. However I continued straight entering a farm track to be informed there was no public right of way. I was then directed back to Braygate Street, where I was told to then left towards stud farm.. This was about half a mile down the road and the route took me around the edges of the farm boundaries. I managed to rejoin the map route somewhere in these woods, for about 10 mins. However I then located two gates and followed the public right of way arrow / the map route to find the paths very overgrown and not obvious as to which way to go from there. At this point I returned back to braygate Street and walked back towards malton where I could easily rejoin the route taking the sign for Broughton Lane, which after about a mile and a half drops you back into the outskirts of Malton. Unfortunately the second part of the walk ruined this walk for me and as such I won't be repeating it. On a plus note I have a very sleepy springer now with the extra miles we covered getting lost

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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

Leigh Joseph reviewed Pen-y-Ghent
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Hiking

Anti-clockwise route, great views, decent scramble near the top

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Karen Moreno reviewed Yorkshire Three Peaks
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Steve Finnie reviewed Kirkdale and Hodge Beck
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Hiking

August 2020: Lovely, easy walk. The sharp turn from Hodge Beck is not signposted - if you reach the sawmill then you’ve missed the turn. Some short muddy sections in Robin Hood’s Howl.

Jonno Richard reviewed Ingleton Waterfalls
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Hiking

A lovely and scenic walk - would definitely recommend. Two things to be cautious of though ... 1. It costs £7 per adult to do the trail and 2. The trail is mostly a narrow, one way path and, as it gets very busy, the walk takes longer than usual as it’s impossible to get past people as many walk very, very, VERY slow. Many also stop to take photos too which means those behind have to wait a while before they can carry on. If you can go on a quiet day, totally worth it. Village is awesome.

Andrew Lewis reviewed Husthwaite to Coxwold Circular
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First to Review

We did this walk starting from Baxby Manor where we were camping for the weekend. Started up to the church from the campsite to the left of the church. Not obvious where the path is as both gates say private however, a lady opened her window and told us the paths goes down the hedge and into the field, we were off! We did the walk at the beginning of August so the crops were just ready for harvest which added to the character of the fields. Once though the field and over the little bridge it was right onto a very long straight path into Coxwold. At the end of the path was a house with all the hallmarks of a disused railway station so the straight long path then became obvious! Through the lovely village of coxwold, past the little lake and up past Newburgh priory and then right and up! Glad we did the walk this way around as we saved the best till last! Stunning views across to Coxwold and the white horse and also across the Yorkshire Dales to the west and the flat land around York a bit later - just before the Alpacas! Back into Husthwaite and ready for a well earned beer! Lovely walk 4 stars!

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Hiking
First to Review

Brilliant trail, lots of great views, little bit of everything coast, woods and open fields. Took a small detour that worked it’s way further into the woods at the end, added about 1k to the route very enjoyable.

Catherine Ruth reviewed Yearsley Moor Circular
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Hiking

Amazing views

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Alex Chapman reviewed Thixendale Circular Short
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Adam Garner reviewed Ingleton Waterfalls
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Hiking

Great walk. Busy because didn’t arrive til afternoon. Highly recommend.

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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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Jamie Wignall reviewed Ingleton Waterfalls
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Nathan Sharp reviewed Simons Seat
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brilliant walk picked a 30° day to walk up ! was beautiful !!! Highly recommended it's nice to have a spot of lunch on Simon's seat

Claire Jones reviewed Castle Howard Circular
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A pleasant walk around Castle Howard gardens. Plenty of old buildings, wildlife and monuments to see. There is a bit of a country lane but I only saw one tractor so it wasnt an issue. My dog was off the lead for all of it with a bit of a river to dip into at the end. Little shade so she needed it! I would recommend parking at Coneythorpe as mentioned by someone else there is no parking where the Sat Nav takes you.

jan draper reviewed Forge Valley Boardwalks
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Paul Durkin reviewed Simons Seat
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Hiking

Loved it, great mix of woods and fields to walk through, passing the odd picturesque village. Sutton bank and the white horse were a nice treat at the end.

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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.

James Ellams reviewed Pen y Ghent and Plover Hill
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Steep ascent up Plover Hill, very boggy between Plover Hill and Pen Y Ghent boots needed. Good loop though with great views on a clear day. Parking is limited in the village though so get there early.

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Dana A. reviewed Pen-y-Ghent
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Vijay Kunadian reviewed Pen-y-Ghent
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Hiking

One of the most amazing walks. Absolutely loved it!!! Anti-clockwise much better. Turned out to be a stunning day Suggest take your time and enjoy the stunning surroundings as you walk.

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Walking

A great walk, easy to follow with signposts. Really great views and not too strenuous. Quite busy when I visited.

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Gemma Ewen reviewed Bishopthorpe to York Circular
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Walking

Lovely flat walk to York and back along the river, would recommend two hoots ice cream boat for a treat on route.

Ben Hogan reviewed Pen-y-Ghent
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Hiking

A nice easy stroll with absolutely stunning scenery

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