A open common on the outskirts of Selby with a few trails to follow with great examples of wild ponies and as well as unique plant life.
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- Start Point: Skipwith
- Finish Point: Skipwith
- Distance: 4 Miles
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There are three main trails to follow, hopeful over a few visits, across the open common land. The routes are well marked and covered with board walks in the peatland but please be careful as you walk as this a delicate ecosystem. The wildlife and nature found here is unique from the peat plants such as the sundew and the wild Exmoor ponies on site. The village of Skipwith is a lovely place to visit for a pit stop at the local cafes and pubs.