User comments, reviews and discussions about the Yorkshire Wolds Way East Riding of Yorkshire, England
Emma Hayes - almost 2 years ago
Really pretty trail and lovely to finish at Filey Brig when going Northbound. There is quite an aggressive camber towards the left the whole way when going in this direction which played havoc with feet/ knees which knocked off some stars. There was very limited choice with campgrounds along the route especially between Hessle and Goodmanham which was disappointing for a National Trail. Overall really enjoyed the hike though.
Iain McGowan - 11 months ago
I've done this route a few times , love wharram percy, a medieval village,
ben wilcock - almost 2 years ago
My local trail, I’ve hike many miles on the Yorkshire wolds as well as hiking the full trail twice in it’s entirety. Once over 4 sections and again. As a Thru that took me 3 and a half days. Some useful info - Resupply. 25 miles Alt.Trail goes via Market Weighton. - Tesco 8am-10pm (Sunday 10am-4pm) Boots 8.30am-6-pm (Closed Sundays) Bakers, Pubs, accommodation, cafes and takeaways (pizza, Indian, Chinese and fish n chips) 41.75miles Fridaythorpe - Garage 7am-7pm (full resupply, off-licence and fresh coffee) 45.5 miles Thixendale - Small Village shop 8:00am-7:30pm (snacks, sodas and ice creams), accommodation and a pub 64.5miles Sherburn - 2 Small shops 6.30am-7pm (fresh and hot sandwiches, coffee, off-licence and full resupply) Pub And Chip Shop thurs/fri 4.30pm-7.30pm 81.5mile Filey same as Market Weighton. Water. Theres some real good streams, ponds and two spigots. x personally found 1.5l carry perfect. (if hot up to 2)
Richard Harrison - over 1 year ago
A real hidden gem , if you want a trail to yourself? this is the one but be aware water sources are pretty few and far between
Dave McW. - over 1 year ago
Lovely countryside, not many shops or pubs on the route, wild camped one night, 3 nights camping on farms £5-10 a night. Nice bakery in Sherburn, worth the short detour off the trail. Also at Sherburn there is a maze and fairground with toilets and cafe right on the trail, with signs inviting YWW hikers to make use if them.
Dexter Blakemore Barnes - almost 2 years ago
Wonderful walk. Some of the best countryside the UK has to offer. Lovely green rolling hills. Loved this one.
colinf - over 1 year ago
Not the most dramatic of trails. However it does have its own charms. A stop at the Seaways cafe is a must.
Donald Riley - about 2 years ago
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