This six-mile circular trail to Middleham Castle begins and ends at the Cover Bridge Inn, a guesthouse dating back hundreds of years that has been twice named Traditional Yorkshire Pub of the Year.
Begin this circular trail in Helmsley and follow the Cleveland Way through fields, woodland and quiet lanes. Views of majestic Rievaulx Abbey appear in the middle section. End with lunch in Helmsley.
Follow this pretty trail from the picturesque market square in Knaresborough to historic Harrogate where an abundance of independent food and drink retailers await on the road to the Royal Baths.
A 9-mile circular walk which showcases Halifax’s industrial heritage and takes you out along the canal and through bluebell woods. Begin and end at the Piece Hall which boasts excellent cafés.
Take a tour of Worsbrough Mill Country Park, the grounds surrounding a 17th-century working water mill. See flour being produced, powered by the River Dove, then grab a treat in the Millers Tearoom.
Discover some of the most historic pubs in the city, from Ye Olde Black Boy – Hull’s oldest pub dating back to 1337 – to Ye Olde White Harte which is said to be where the Civil War originated in 1642.
Go on a 7-mile loop around Flamborough Head, one of the gems of the Yorkshire coastline. End with a visit to Bridlington to sample fresh seafood and ice cream as you stroll along the esplanade.