Spurn Point Walk

in Hull in Withernsea

One of the most stunning walks in Yorkshire, Spurn Head at the mouth of the Humber estuary in East Yorkshire is a must do for anyone wanting to experience coastal walking.

Spurn Point, Yorkshire

Walk Route

OS Route Map & GPX Download

The Ordnance Survey map below shows the full walk route, in pink. You can use this (try the full screen mode) on your smartphone to guide you where to go.

Download file for GPS

Download the GPX file for your GPS navigation device using the pink link above, and you’ll be able to use this walk on your own devices.


Walk Description

Often described as Yorkshire’s own Lands End this spit of land has been an important part of the maritime history of the region since the time of the Vikings. The land is 3 miles long, hugged by both the North sea and the Humber estuary whilst being in places only 50m wide.

This means you can see both inland and out to sea in the same view which is pretty unique in the region. Highlights include the Lighthouse which frames spectacular views of the scenery as well as the wildlife in the reserve as this is real hotspot for bird watchers from all over the country.

The reserve is run by Yorkshire Wildlife Trust and they provide facilities and the activity centre as well as ample parking. This is a must see in the region.

Related Accommodation

The accommodation below is nearby - and has been updated recently.

an IHG Hotel

Holiday Inn Express Hull City Centre, an IHG Hotel

80 Ferensway, Hull, HU2 8LN, United Kingdom
Picture of Kingstown Hotel by Greene King Inns

Kingstown Hotel by Greene King Inns

Hull Road, Hedon, Hull, HU12 8DJ, United Kingdom

Caravan & Camping/Glamping at Burton Constable Holiday Park

The Old Lodges, Coniston Road, Hull, East Yorkshire, HU11 4PG, United Kingdom

2 thoughts on “Spurn Point Walk”

  1. Visited today, its a tough three miles each way, especially walking on a warm day, with 50% of the walk on soft sand. Make sure you allow time and take plenty of water.

    Disappointing that the lighthouse just had a sign saying ‘sorry, closed today’… visitors could do with that information before starting the walk.

    Also there was a dog walking on the beach past the ‘cut off’ zone. It was good to see and I think the policy around ‘no dogs allowed’ needs to be revisited. If they are under control, there is no reason why they should not be allowed on the beach.

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