One of the flagship walking routes in Yorkshire, the Yorkshire Wolds Way runs for 79 miles across the beautiful and peaceful Yorkshire Wolds between Hessle, near the Humber Bridge and Filey on the North Yorkshire coast.
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- Start Point: Hessle
- Finish Point: Filey Brigg
- Distance: 79 Miles
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The Yorkshire Wolds Way is one of England’s National Trails. Deservedly so for the outstanding landscape and beautiful countryside along the full length of its 79 miles between Hessle near the Humber Bridge and Filey on the North Yorkshire Coast.
Renowned for its peace and tranquillity, the walk hits top marks for anyone looking to maximise their wellbeing. People love the stunning dry grass valleys that the path bends and curves its way along in harmony with nature. Poetry benches are dotted along the route – a place to relax and contemplate life, the universe and everything!
There is a warm welcome and often a pub in villages along the way, with a chance for a friendly chat with the locals over a decent pint of Yorkshire ale.