Looking for a great trail near York, North Yorkshire? AllTrails has 19 great hiking trails, trail running trails, walking trails and more, with hand-curated trail maps and driving directions as well as detailed reviews and photos from hikers, campers, and nature lovers like you. If you're looking for the best trails in North York Moors National Park, we've got you covered. You'll also find some great local park options, like Rocky Ridge County Park or William H Kain Park. Ready for some activity? There are 11 moderate trails in York ranging from 3 to 8.4 miles and from 29 to 672 feet above sea level. Start checking them out and you'll be out on the trail in no time!




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15 days ago

Lovely quiet walk in the country, dog could run to her hearts content.

walked this path in 2014 the wife's favourite , especially the coast part

I would recommend this walk but in the reverse as the dogs can go in the River to cool down and have a drink

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22 days ago

Was a really good trail, some fast road type tracks, got lost at one point as not fully signposted, but managed to find our way via roads and the use of the app. Would defiantly recommend for a pleasant day out!

We went on a day of heavy summer showers and it was fine. Wouldn't recommend it during the winter months as the River Derwent regularly breaks its banks.

28 days ago

Easy dog friendly walk

easy dog friendly walk, no sign of places for dogs to swim.

fantastic walk.

We took this walk in May, persevere with the first stretch through the woods, although quite steep the rest of the walk was mostly downhill or flat!! The scenery was stunning and walking back along the river to Kirkham was wonderful. Our dogs loved the walk, mostly off leads, for a good run. Thoroughly recommend!

1 month ago

easy n beautiful walk. Loved the pathways

This is an easy walk, plenty of flat ground. it took us just over an hour.

Enjoyable walk, with some great views and enough elevation to make it a bit of a challenge. The loop is mostly served by stone/gravel paths. One short section requires walking over grass/mud, which in winter weather would require appropriate footwear. I also had to follow the GPS quite closely as there are various trails and paths branching off from the loop.

Enjoyed the walk, did it in dry sunny weather accompanied by my girlfriend & her dog. No issues with any of the stiles (medium sized dog managed to get under them no problem) some of them appear to have been replaced with 'kissing gates' There weren't any animals in the small field adjacent Naburn Swing bridge (which is worth a detour of a few hundred yards to have a walk onto to admire the view of the river) also appeared to be a gated lane at the side of the field for anyone of a nervous disposition as an alternative route. Nice end to the walk in the Ship Inn beer garden.

3 months ago

fab on a spring day

Hi, did this walk this morning, a fantastic walk, highly recommended, lovely woodlands, steep hill isnt to bad, instructions spot on again, construction work at point 5 still ongoing, regards Bailes

My first walk using this fantastic app, BRILLIANT.

Saturday, May 05, 2018

Nice peacefull walk for everybody.

Excellent varied walk, well described - penultimate paragraph - update - missed turn to right off hollow lane, as way marker now bent over, and there is now a small plantation of trees on the first part of the grassy bank,

Thursday, February 02, 2017

Great walk but stream was a bit tricky and some climbs very muddy. But it was January!

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