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

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blowdown
2 days ago

Hard going to complete all 3 Peaks in one day. Tough terrain and hard on the body and mentally. But completed as a group of 3 lads and happy with a time of 10 hours for our first time from start to finish back at the car. Bucket list

Did the Yorkshire 3 peaks in horrific weather, heavy rain and low cloud. I say low cloud because at the top of all the peaks you could see about 30ft as we were in the clouds! It was hard to find the trig point on Ingleborough such was the poor conditions! Coming down the trails were like waterfalls. Some of the last 4 miles the water was 10” deep with no way round. We had no views to look at and it was extremely hard work both mentally and physically. Thankfully the route is easy to follow or there is no way we could have done the walk and we are both seasoned walkers in the Dales. My wife did it again not long after with friends and had very similar conditions only this time with strong winds to accompany the rain! We intend to do it again when we know the conditions will be better and we can get the views which make this walk so special. Took 11hrs and given the conditions that was quite pleasing!! I could hardly walk the next day it took so much out of me, never been like that before after long hikes. So take heed of the advice and be prepared for all conditions, do not take this walk lightly, and pray for sunshine!!

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

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

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!

walked around Hayburn wyke number of times, lovely scenery.

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

Really nice trail and great views. We went on a really windy day and there was quite a lot of flooding around (not dangerous to us though) but it didn’t stop us. Beautiful views and the temple at the end of the walk was great. Highly recommended.

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.

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muddy
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.

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muddy
2 months ago

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

Nice flat walk along the Ouse banks with views of Bishopthorpe Palace. Wouldn’t recommend after heavy rainfall. Unfortunately a long stretch walking alongside a sewage plant is pretty stinky! Nice But First Coffee shop in Bishopthorpe (closed on Sundays). Better walks of similar length in the area - would recommend York to Acaster Malbis keeping West of the Ouse and back through Bishopthorpe, for example.

very enjoyable but a little slippy when wet.

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muddy
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!

Nice long and flat walk around York city centre and outskirts, passing through many landmarks such as the Shambles, York Minster and city walls. Note: dogs are not allowed on the city walls, however reasonably easy to walk just in or outside of them. Reg still enjoyed it (pictured) but better walks in the area for dogs. Still, plenty of opportunity to let them off their leads during this one. Wouldn’t recommend after heavy rainfall as sections by the river will be very muddy/inaccessible. Would recommend Gatehouse coffee shop in Walmgate Bar, or several pubs in Bishopthorpe!

Lovely little 5KM around York outskirts, through fields and along the river. Plenty of opportunity to let dogs off their leads and ample poo bins. The car park it starts from us actual a pub car park belonging to the Ship Inn - unless you go early morning like I did I would recommend calling in for a pint after to thank them :)

great walk today, lovely cafe to get yourself recharged

A lovely circular hike starting and ending in Pocklington. Heading out there's a long section of country lanes leading through and out of Burnby before starting to head up the Wolds. Eventually you turn left onto the Wolds Way which takes you into Nunburnholme. There were very muddy and boggy areas during this part of the hike. Heading from Nunburnholme you'll eventually join the Wolds Way again which is now also The Pilgrimage of Grace Heritage Trail. Follow easy signs as you ascend further up the Wolds. You eventually cross a main road and then continue across fields with excellent views of Pocklington and the surrounding area. Once you join another country lane heading back to Pocklington and then public footpaths via the KP golf course. Finally descending Chapel Hill and back into the town. A long but rewarding hike. Thoroughly enjoyed it.

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blowdown
flooded
2 months ago

absolutely quality

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2 months ago

We didn’t start from Ruswarp we parked in the Abbey car park and started out along the coast. This is a varied walk along coastal paths, minor roads and shale paths along the railway lines. There are some up hill bits but nothing too taxing. Very enjoyable with a nice earn pint back at the Whitby Brewery adjacent the Abbey.

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muddy
2 months ago

Wet in places but we have had rain for months. Easy walk mostly hard paths

nice walk through woods and along the river, good paths all the way

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