Clifton Ings, Rowcliff Ings and River Ouse

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York, North Yorkshire, England

Clifton Ings, Rowcliff Ings and River Ouse is a 5.7 mile loop trail located near York, North Yorkshire, England that features a river and is good for all skill levels. The trail is primarily used for walking, running, and nature trips.

Length5.7 miElevation gain219 ftRoute typeLoop
Kid friendlyNature tripsWalkingRunningRiver
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sara winn
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William Stratton
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Dayle Bryce
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Melanie Darley
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very muddy

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Angelina Egerton
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Really good walk, a bit muddy but nothing too bad.

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Alli wilcox
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WalkingGreat!

This walk is wheelchair/buggy friendly from start to finish & has many options over fields or path. Its a lovely walk through a beautiful area, good for dogs & humans alike. We parked on Government House Road, where you walk down the steep slope. @ this point you can turn left & walk down side of river into York City Centre, & as far out as Selby, but we decided to turn right toward the Ings. Go through the gate & follow the trail path. After a few minutes walking it opens out on to The Ings where there are solid tarmac paths. Either follow the path or stroll over the fields. Make the walk as short/far as you want, & see where you end up. Walk to Rawcliffe, Beningbrough Hall or further. Turn back @ any point & retrace your steps, or cross over 1 of the little bridges to walk on the other side of the river for a while, before crossing back to retrace the first part of your walk back to your starting point. Will definitely be walking here again.

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Martin Dobson
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HikingGreat!
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Wendy Reece
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Nice and flat area with a number of Geocaches dotted around too. Quite busy during lockdown as it doesn’t require much travel to get there.

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Karen Fawdington
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nice flat walk on the banks of the river ouse

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Liam Pearson
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This loop has everything you need for a great walk, especially with the dog! Expansive woodland and chances to swim in a few locations, one is Tansy Bettle bank, nice sandy area can sit and let the pooch paddle around. Open fields and secure fencing almost the whole way round gives plenty off lead (controlled) opportunity. There is cows and a bull sometimes loose and free, and some of the perimeter fences are electric so take care in these areas. Great views of the Hall itself and fabulous scenery. boots recommend as can become chewed up and muddy after a bit of poor weather. Parking is free at Beningborough Hall too!

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C M
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Running
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A loop from Shipton Road to York City Centre and back. Great for running & dog walking

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Rebecca Anne
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Siobhan Houldershaw
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Jess Bell
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Luke Stockton
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Georgia Rae
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