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Burton Agnes and Kilham is a 11.6 kilometer loop trail located near Burton Agnes, East Riding of Yorkshire, England that features beautiful wild flowers and is rated as moderate. The trail is primarily used for hiking, walking, and trail running.

Distance: 11.6 km Elevation Gain: 221 m Route Type: Loop

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A circular walk from the village of Burton Agnes in East Yorkshire. This is a great walk if you have a well-behaved dog, as most of it can be done off-lead through fields and along quiet paths. There’s also a great opportunity for a paddle half way round in a beck with a path next to it. It is pretty flat, but does have lovely views of the Yorkshire Wolds and the pretty villages along the route. The terrain is relatively flat, with only a few gentle slopes. The field paths and unmade tracks can be very muddy after periods of rain or in winter. The paths across arable fields will vary depending on the season, so remember you may need to cross ploughed fields or pass through dense crops. The waymarking is intermittent (with several waymarkers having disappeared since the original directions were created) so the App’s live GPS map will be very helpful with navigation. You will need to negotiate several gates plus 5 stiles (one of which all dogs may need a hand over and another one of which larger dogs may also need a lift). There may be electric fences alongside one part of the route, so be careful with children and dogs. Allow 3.5 hours.

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