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Londesborough Park is a very special stretch of the Yorkshire Wolds Way. A mansion was first built here in the 16th Century and was owned at that time by the powerful Clifford family. The landscaped gardens were laid out in the late 17th Century under Lord Burlington and glimpses of this layout can still be seen today as can remnants of the former Hall.
This walk gives a great chance to spot Red Kites, who are a common visitor. They appreciate the Parkland setting with a good food supply and old mature trees for roosting and nesting.
The walk is just 3 miles long, setting out from the Towthorpe picnic site near Market Weighton.
Distance: 3 miles / 5 kilometres
Duration: allow 2 hours
Difficulty: This is not a difficult walk. There are only slight ups and downs. You may come across cattle in some of the fields.
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