Taking the park and ride bus into York, this walk follows the York City Walls anti-clockwise before returning to the park and ride by the River Ouse and the Solar Way path
Country Walks in the UK
As the title of this website suggests, most of our content is based around walks in the Peak District area of the UK. A change of scenery is always good and there are many other areas of outstanding natural beauty across the country – far too vast to cover comprehensively.
Here we feature a selection of country walks in the UK that aren’t in the Peak District. Walks in East Yorkshire and North Yorkshire are further North than the South Yorkshire and Midlands region. However they’re not too inaccessible for a day out.
This scenic Goathland Waterfall Walk circles around the village of Goathland, between Pickering and Whitby on the east North York Moors. Following Eller Beck and West Beck the route takes in four waterfalls including Thomason Foss at Beck Hole, the tall, popular Mallyan Spout and the lesser visited Nelly Ayre Foss, with an optional scramble down to the bank of West Beck.
Starting from the Aysgarth Falls visitor centre this walk visits the Middle and Lower Force waterfalls before heading up the River Ure to Redmire Force. The route then heads up through the village of Redmire to Castle Bolton before dropping down through countryside to Carperby and through Bear Park to visit Upper Force on the way back to the visitor centre and the start.
A scenic walk along Welton Dale from the hamlet of Brantingham on the edge of the Yorkshire Wolds, following part of the Yorkshire Wolds Way and climbing to views over the River Humber. Welton Dale Walk from Brantingham Overview Distance: 7.5… Read More »Brantingham & Welton Dale Walk
A moorland route from the pretty village of Hutton-Le-Hole walking along Hutton Ridge, then heading off to visit Ana Cross, a round-barrow tumulus & monument, before heading across narrow sheep trods over Spaunton Moor to return to Hutton-le-Hole.
A historic Knaresborough Castle walk, exploring the old town of Knaresborough with options to visit local attractions. The route then heads off along the Harrogate Ringway into the surrounding countryside before cutting back to the River Nidd to make a circuit around the south and west of the town.
A varied walk in the South-Eastern section of the North York Moors visiting the remains of a 14th-century castle before following Forge Valley and Raincliffe Woods to Seamer Beacon above Scarborough