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Walking in the region

Walking in the region

Walking can be more than getting from A to B. It can be a great way to keep fit and healthy, it can be fun and can be a low cost activity done with family or friends.

The section takes you to other websites where you can find out more about walking within your area. 

 

East Riding of Yorkshire

There are many walks around the East Riding of Yorkshire and these can be found by going onto the Walking the Riding website. The 79 miles long Wolds Way starts at Hessle and travels through the East Riding up to Filey.

Walking the Riding

 

In addition the council also runs a Local Paths Partnership, which works with parishes to promote walks within their area.

For further information look at the East Riding of Yorkshire Council website.

Local Paths Partnership

 

Hull City

One of best ways to explore the city of Hull is on foot. There are a range of different walks to get involved in walking within Hull. You could follow the 41 fishes on the Seven Seas Fish Trail that meanders through the city centre or join one of the guided walks.

For further information look at the Hull City website.

Walking in Hull

 

North East Lincolnshire

Want to do a walk through an area Outstanding Natural Beauty? Then why not try the Wanderlust Way to the west of Grimsby. This 20 mile circular walk starts and finishes at Bradley Woods. However, if the full twenty miles is to much there are other walks of eight, nine and ten miles in length. 

For further information look at the North East Lincolnshire Council website.

Walking in North East Licolnshire

 

North Lincolnshire

If you’re up for a challenge then two long distance walks pass through North Lincolnshire’s countryside. The Nev Cole Way is a 57 mile walk starting at Barton upon Stather and finishes at Nettleton. Or perhaps you may want to retrace your Viking ancestry by following the Viking way. This 147 mile walk starts at the south bank viewing platform of the Humber Bridge and finishes at Oakham in Rutland

For further information look at the North Lincolnshire Council website.

Walking in North Lincolnshire