This 4-day walk takes in the peaceful Yorkshire Wolds Way. You will venture through serene dry valleys, visit a deserted medieval village, and marvel at impressive landscaped gardens. Airy tops of rolling hills, tiny villages, ancient churches, and contemporary environmental artwork add to the delight of this charming, tranquil journey.
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A reasonable level of fitness is required to walk this section of the Yorkshire Wolds Way. Expect good paths with clear signage. There will be some moderate ascents and descents.
Accommodation is limited along Yorkshire Wolds Way so it is essential to plan and book ahead. Accommodation along this stretch can be viewed on the itinerary map.
You may want to consider using a baggage transfer company to transport your luggage.
We advise that you choose footwear and clothing to suit the predicted weather.
Sections of this route are very rural so finding food or places to eat along the way may be quite difficult. Be sure to plan your food and drink in advance and carry enough supplies for the day with you. You may want to ask whether your accommodation provides packed lunches for the following day.
The official guidebook and map for the Trail are available from the National Trails Shop along with a wide range of gifts and other merchandise.
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