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YORKSHIRE WOLDS WAY

     
Route and Accommodation Guide

 

FACTFILE

Length

127 km/79 miles Hessle, Kingston upon Hull to Filey. A curving route around and across the Yorkshire Wolds via Market Weighton, linking the North Sea to the Humber. From the highest point on the Wolds Way, you can glimpse Lincoln Cathedral and the towers of the Humber Bridge, York Minster to the west and the lighthouse on Flamborough Head to the east.

Terrain

Not too strenuous, peaceful and quiet. 42 miles of footpath and 17 miles of bridleway. The remaining 20 miles is either minor road or road used as public path or Byway open to all traffic. There are 120 stiles, 27 gates and 13 bridges

Connecting Paths

Centenary Way (North Yorkshire), Cleveland Way, East Riding Heritage Way, High Hunsley Circuit, Minster Way, Nev Cole Way (via Humber Bridge), North Wolds Walk, Trans Pennine Trail, Viking Way.

Maps
Great savings!

Explorer maps 293, 294, 300, 301
Landranger maps 100, 101, 106, 107
The Way is marked on recent editions of these maps.
 

Tourist Information Centres

Beverley 01482 867430; Bridlington 01262 673474; Filey 01723 512204; Hull 01482 223559; Humber Bridge 01482 640852; Malton 01653 600048

Map of the Yorkshire Wolds Way

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