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This is a pleasant, easy walk of 3 1/2 miles in total along the track bed of the old railway, known as the Hudson Way, from the centre of Market Weighton.
Return the same way or follow this route shown via Goodmanham.
There are no stiles or steps on this walk and the maximum gradient is 1:6.
The track bed of the old railway line is mainly level. The surface is compacted aggregate, but not always smooth. The last 50 metres of track bed to reach the road near Rifle Butts are the steepest at about 1:6 gradient.
After this the route is tarmac or pavement and follows the minor road to Goodmanham, which has no footpath and climbs for 400m at a maximum slope of 1:10.
From Goodmanham a tarmac footpath follows the road to Market Weighton. Apart from a short (100m) rise of 1:12 the route is level or with a max down slope of 1:14.
There are several seats along the route.
To enjoy this walk - find it on the National Trails (north) walks at OutdoorActive
and on Phototrails.