River Wharfe and Trollers Gill
Starting at Burnsall, along the banks of the Wharfe then up onto Appletreewick Pasture via Howgill Lane and Trollers Gill and back to Burnsall. Trollers Gill can be avoided if slippy. Good footpaths and tracks all the way.
Up and Down the Tabular Way hills
Trek from Helmsley using the Tabular Way .Several sharp ascents /descents on good trails but could be muddy underfoot .Walking poles are recommended .
Glaisdale and the Rocky roads
A Spring walk walking mostly on Lanes and tracks rising to exposed Moorland with Panoramic Views extending to the sea
Moderate walk over mainly farmland. Ellington Firth via Low Ellington and Kilgram Grange Note Start time of 10.30
A whirl around Whorlton and Swainby
From Swainby walk up to join Cleveland Way continuing via Huthwaite Grenn, climb escarpment. Return via Faceby and Whorlton hill ,church and castle. All on tracks and moorland paths One short stiff climb
Folly and Rocks from Pateley Bridge
From Pateley Bridge via Yorke's Folly and Low Laithe to Brimham Rocks using Nidderdale Way and field paths. Some hard going because of several long ascents & descents & plenty of mud!
Spring into Aysgarth
An undulating walk through fields and woods.All on good paths taking in Aysgarth and Thoralby
Round Captain Cooks Monument
Tracks and field paths some wooded areas. Up from Great Ayton through the woods to Roseberry Topping. Follow the Cleveland Way across the moors eventually to captain Cooks Monument. Return via fields and woods to Great Ayton.
Through forest tracks, Cleveland way and quiet roads to Thimbleby and Silton
Reeth -Grinton before climing Harkerside Moor by Redmire road to Dent Hoses & Apedale Head.Continue to Low Houses & Low Lane to descend to Sabba Wath Brdige for valley return to Reeth. Walk on Moorland & Valley Paths and tracks
A flat walk, along footpaths, bridleways and field paths circumnavigating the centre of Thirsk town and taking in some breathtaking views of the Hambleton Hills as well as historic sites. Suitable for beginners and those who enjoy using kissing gates,
Bring binoculars, cameras and reading glasses (if required). You're in for a treat.
- Dog friendly
Eskdale and Danbydale
A leisurely amble from Castleton down Danby dale and back along Eskdale
There are a few stiles to overcome along the way.
Down St.Gregory's Way
Explore the wooded valley of Kirkdale. Historic church and hilltop villages.
walking on tracks field paths to Knitsley fell trig point via crowsfield.Returning shipley moss,Eels bridge,old park,snipe gate. Its up hill to crowsfield and trig point
A fine walk from Marske, along Marske Beck to Helwith and then return over Skelton Moor.
Hole of Horcum
From lockton to the Bridestones via Staindale. Then along Old Wives Way to the Hole of Horcum before returning over fields to Lockton.
Barnard Castle figure of eight
Following river Tees to Egglestone Abbey,returning to Barnard Castle following Teesdale Way to Pecknell Farm and finishing at Bowes Museum
Wharfedale Villages and Limestone Moor
Grassington to follow Dales Way gently uphill before droppng to Connistone & Kilnsey. Now on Mastiles Lane for long but gentle climb on pasture to Green Haw Hill .Then good track over Boss Moor before descening by Moor Lane to return via Threshfield & Linton .
Black Hambleton Circuit
Starting at Square Corner near Osmotherley, then following the Cleveland way south over Black Hambleton & around Arden Hall to Mount Pleasant and onto Low Locker Wood.