The Yorkshire Wolds Way


The Yorkshire Wolds Way is 79m/127km in length


Time of Year

The Yorkshire Wolds Way can be walked at any time of year, but is best walked between April and October.



The Yorkshire Wolds Way starts in Hessle and ends in Filey. Or you can do it in reverse.



The Yorkshire Wolds Way is a moderate trail but depending on time available is achievable by most.



The Yorkshire wolds way is one of the quieter lesser known walking routes in the united kingdom, overshadowed by the likes of the Hadrians Wall and Cleveland Way. The landscape of chalk hills, valleys and rolling farmland mixed with sleepy villages and welcoming inns tends itself to a slow pace of travel and is deserving of your attention, yet does not ask of it. The Yorkshire Wolds was travels through the length of the Wolds from Hessle on Haven to the seaside resort of Filey. With 79 miles of stunning countryside and Yorkshire humour and charm ahead of you, you’re in for a real treat.


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“If You Want To Walk Somewhere Which Feels Like The Countryside Has Been Privately Booked Just For You, Look No Further Than The Yorkshire Wolds Way”

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