News from the Trail

News from the Trail. Photo Credit: Antony Blackshaw

Trail news

Sam Jackson with a Mile post
It is so uplifting in an age when we hear so much about children not exercising to discover the complete pleasure that Sam Jackson has been getting ...
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Guardian figure
There is great art to enjoy along the Yorkshire Wolds Way.  Inspirational and designed to embrace the unique and stunning landscapes of the Yorkshire ...
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Wolds valley
Here is your walk of the month for October.  It will be the last for the season, before we bring more back next year, so we hope you enjoy it.  ...
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Humber Foreshore
Our recent inspection of the Yorkshire Wolds Way on the short length that follows the North Ferriby Foreshore have shown that it has a heavy ...
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Londesborough Park
With Summer now well under way we are delighted to suggest to you this months Walk of the Month which is the 7 1/2 mile Market Weighton Try a Trail ...
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Geocoin Hunting Season starts today 14th July and lasts for the next ten weeks. It's time to get searching in the Geocaches along the Yorkshire ...
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Welton Woods
As a new feature we are going to recommend a Walk a Month for you to enjoy over the Summer and Autumn Season.  All of these walks are suggested ...
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End feature at Filey
Every now and then someone writes a great blog about their experiences on the Yorkshire Wolds Way.  These are a great way of finding out how ...
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Tracker Pack leaflet cover
Now we have some decent and warmer weather with us, why not think about taking out one of our Tracker Packs for a fun filled adventure on the Yorkshire ...
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Humber Bridge and Foreshore
Great news to report - After over a year without a through route on the Humber Foreshore it has now fully reopened and can be enjoyed by Yorkshire ...
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