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  • Bridlington Community Centre Easy Walk

    Bridlington Community Centre Easy Walk

    Bridlington Community Centre Easy Walk

    On leaving the Sports Centre walk up Leys Road and continue up Well Lane to cross Bessingby Hill by using the bridge

    Various streets can be used to walk around this estate, with the school located in the centre

    Walking up through the estate via Burstall Hill the road at...



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  • Bempton to Buckton Moderate Walk Coast and Beach

    Bempton to Buckton Moderate Walk Coast and Beach

    Bempton to Buckton Moderate Walk Coast and Beach

    After parking in the car park, access the cliff top path via the R.S.P.B. visitor centre (opened in 1992). 

    Starta and Finish at R.S.P.B. visitor centre at Bempton CliffEach day, helpful staff members display the types and numbers of birds which can be seen on the cliffs.

    In spring and...



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  • Sewerby Fields and Sewerby Road Easy Walk

    Sewerby Fields and Sewerby Road Easy Walk

    Sewerby Fields and Sewerby Road Easy Walk

    Start at Sewerby Hall car parkTurn left out of the carpark and walk toward the Ship Inn

    Turn left before the pub to go along the footpath

    Take the footpath on your right heading towards the sea

    Follow the footpath when it turns right to walk towards Bridlington with the...



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  • Bridlington Hill  Walk Easy within Bridlington

    Bridlington Hill Walk Easy within Bridlington

    Bridlington Hill Walk Easy within Bridlington

    Starting point Sports Centre in Bridlington

    Leave the Sports Centre and walk along Leys Road. Turn right onto Westgate and take the short cut through the park.

    Turn right onto Well Lane and keep to the right-hand side of the road. Carefully cross Market Place at the roundabout, walk on...



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  • Rudston Pub Walk - Easy

    Rudston Pub Walk - Easy

    Rudston Pub Walk - Easy

    Starting from the Bosville Arms (ask if you may leave your car there before setting off).

    Walk southward down Long Street and turn into Water Lane on your left.

    Follow the path beside the Gypsy Race (stream) to Middle Street and turn right to continue alongside the stream past School...



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  • The Headland Way Moderate Walk

    The Headland Way Moderate Walk

    The Headland Way Moderate Walk

    The Headland Way officially starts at the Priory Church of St Mary in Bridlington, but it can start from other points along the route (see the map for car parks around the headland).

    The route follows streets and paths to the cliff top towards Sewerby. From here on navigation couldn't...



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  • Sewerby Hall to Danes Dyke Walk Easy

    Sewerby Hall to Danes Dyke Walk Easy

    Sewerby Hall to Danes Dyke Walk Easy

    Start Sewerby Hall car parkTurn left out of Sewerby Hall carpark and walk towards the Ship Inn

    Turn left to go along the footpath before reaching the pub

    Take the footpath on your right, heading towards the sea

    Turn left onto the grass field

    Continue on with the sea to...



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  • Flamborough Lighthouse - New Fall Easy

    Flamborough Lighthouse - New Fall Easy

    Flamborough Lighthouse - New Fall Easy

    The Headland area was designated a Local Nature Reserve in spring 2002. 

    This demonstrates East Riding of Yorkshire Council's commitment to nature conservation and countryside access for all.

    Your walk begins at the focal point on the headland, Flamborough lighthouse. 

    The 'new' one was built in 1806 and stands 214...



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  • South Landing Beach Walk

    South Landing Beach Walk

    South Landing Beach Walk

    You can either walk down to South Landing itself, or walk eastwards from the car park and then southwards to the cliff top.

    From South Landing, follow the cliff top path with its fine views towards Bridlington and over Bridlington Bay. 

    Cross two ravines to Old Fall, the name given...



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  • Flamborough Lighthouse to North Landing

    Flamborough Lighthouse to North Landing

    Flamborough Lighthouse to North Landing

    Your walk runs along the cliff top and you will enjoy views of many different bays and inlets. Many of the bays have names that reflect Viking influence; 'Stottle' is Icelandic for station and 'bink' is a shelf of rocks, whilst 'Sticks' reflects the Danish word 'Stakkr', meaning column of...



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  • Boynton to Woldgate Stroll Easy Walk

    Boynton to Woldgate Stroll Easy Walk

    Boynton to Woldgate Stroll Easy Walk

    Starting near to the church, walk along the narrow lane into the woods. The stream is the Gypsey Race, which rises in the hills near Wold Newton and flows into Bridlington Harbour.

    Carry on up the hill until you arrive at the minor road known as Roman Road, Woldgate or...



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  • Bridlington Old Town Walk Easy within Bridlington

    Bridlington Old Town Walk Easy within Bridlington

    Bridlington Old Town Walk Easy within Bridlington

    Starts and finishes Sports Centre in Bridlington 

    From the Sports Centre walk up Leys Road

    Turn right when reaching the t-junction at the top of Leys Road to walk along Westgate

    Continue to the main junction at the top of High Street and continue across in the same direction to walk...



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  • Bridlington Priory Easy Walk within Bridlington

    Bridlington Priory Easy Walk within Bridlington

    Bridlington Priory Easy Walk within Bridlington

    Leave the Sports Centre and head onto Leys Road. 

    Turn right onto Westgate and continue straight on to reach High Street. Go around the church green and continue your walk around the priory using either the short or long route:-

    Slower walkers (short route): walk down Church Walk, keeping the allotments...



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  • Danes Dyke Trail

    Danes Dyke Trail

    Danes Dyke Trail

    You start the walk in the car park, which is the site of Danes Dyke House, built in 1873.

    The moist, shady sheltered gullies that you cross offer ideal conditions for a host of lush ferns - easiest to recognise is the Hart's Tongue Fern, which looks, as the name...



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  • Sewerby Fields Circular

    Sewerby Fields Circular

    Sewerby Fields Circular

    Start at Sewerby Hall car park

    Turn left out of the carpark and walk towards the Ship Inn

    Turn left to go along the footpath before reaching the pub

    Take the footpath on your right heading towards the sea

    Follow the footpath right to walk towards Bridlington, with the sea...



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  • Bridlington Hospital Walk Easy within Bridlington

    Bridlington Hospital Walk Easy within Bridlington

    Bridlington Hospital Walk Easy within Bridlington

    Starting Point and Ending Point Sports Centre in Bridlington

    From the field at the back of the Sports Centre head towards Bessingby Hill

    Turn left and take the footpath running alongside this main road

    Follow the path right down until it bends to the left at the busy A165

    Continue...



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  • Fordon Dales Walk - Moderate

    Fordon Dales Walk - Moderate

    Fordon Dales Walk - Moderate

    Your walk starts along a public footpath by Low Fordon Farm at the west end of the hamlet.

    You then follow the valley bottom all the way up the gentle hill through North Dale and Lang Dale, passing the sites of tumuli.

    Near the top end of the Lang Dale...



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  • South Landing - Beacon Hill - Flamborough Beach Walk

    South Landing - Beacon Hill - Flamborough Beach Walk

    South Landing - Beacon Hill - Flamborough Beach Walk

    Start  South Landing car parkFrom the car park, walk down the slope to the foreshore. 

    You should spot fishing and pleasure craft, as well as the local lifeboat keeping the waters safe. Along the cliff top, enjoy the view over Bridlington Bay, and your walk to Beacon Hill.

    The rich...



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  • Short Walk from Rudston -Moderate

    Short Walk from Rudston -Moderate

    Short Walk from Rudston -Moderate

    Start Rudston (Gypsy Race)Both of the routes run along public paths over land belonging to the Macdonald family. 

    The family's members have been instrumental in keeping open the ancient footpaths and bridleways in the area.

    On the shorter walk, of less than 2 miles, you begin alongside the Gypsey Race...



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  • Rudston Roam Challenging

    Rudston Roam Challenging

    Rudston Roam Challenging

    Start from Riverhead, Driffield, walk past the rail station to Beverley Road and turn left.

    Enter Skerne Road and pass Bell Mills. Follow the Wansford road by taking a short detour through Skerne Leys Farm then continue to Skerne along the road. In the village walk along Back Lane and...



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  • South Landing Trail Beach Walk

    South Landing Trail Beach Walk

    South Landing Trail Beach Walk

    Start Point South Landing car park

    Cross the bridge and follow the track between the woodland and meadow. 

    This is a good place for watching butterflies as the 'edges' between different habitats often support lots of species.

    At the cliff top, there is a magnificent view over Bridlington Bay. How...



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  • Sewerby Hall to the Spa Easy Walk within Bridlington

    Sewerby Hall to the Spa Easy Walk within Bridlington

    Sewerby Hall to the Spa Easy Walk within Bridlington

    Turn left out of the carpark to Sewerby Hall and walk towards the Ship Inn

    Turn left to go along the footpath before reaching the pub

    Turn right to walk towards the sea

    Follow the path as it bends to the right and stay on the track, walking with the...



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  • Sewerby/Danes Dyke Circular Easy

    Sewerby/Danes Dyke Circular Easy

    Sewerby/Danes Dyke Circular Easy

    On this 'busy' side of the headland you'll meet others enjoying a pleasant stroll and passing the time of day with fellow walkers.

    You return to Sewerby either along the inland path over the golf course or back along the cliff top. 

    If you return along the cliff top path...



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  • Rudston Ramble - Mountain Biking and Horse Riding Routes

    Rudston Ramble - Mountain Biking and Horse Riding Routes

    Rudston Ramble - Mountain Biking and Horse Riding Routes

    Starting Point Kilham

    From your parking place head northeast out of Kilham. 

    Ride gradually uphill on the good verges along the old Roman road. 

    Continue for about 2 1/2 miles going past the road turn to Rudston which is on the left. Stay straight ahead where it is signposted "Bridlington"....



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  • Short Stroll From Rudston - Wolds Walk

    Short Stroll From Rudston - Wolds Walk

    Short Stroll From Rudston - Wolds Walk

    Starting and ending at South Side Lane in Rudston

    This route follows public paths over land belonging to the Macdonald family. 

    The family's members have been instrumental in keeping open the ancient footpaths and bridleways in the area.

    Your walk starts on South Side Lane. Follow the track around Zigzag...



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  • South Landing 'Fiver' Beach Walk

    South Landing 'Fiver' Beach Walk

    South Landing 'Fiver' Beach Walk

    From the car park at Danes Dyke country park, walk along the exit road past the derelict Home Farm to a public footpath on the right.

    The path leads along a field edge to a stile before crossing a field between fences to a kissing gate.

    Turn right into Water...



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  • Danes Dyke - Flamborough - Beacon Hill

    Danes Dyke - Flamborough - Beacon Hill

    Danes Dyke - Flamborough - Beacon Hill

    Leave Danes Dyke and its birdsong along the vehicular exit road through the plantation. 

    Leave the road by the signposted path and follow the field headlands to Flamborough village. In the last field before the village you can see earthworks. These are believed to be ancient fish ponds dating back...



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  • Flamborough Village - Bempton Cliffs - Flamborough  - Challenging

    Flamborough Village - Bempton Cliffs - Flamborough - Challenging

    Flamborough Village - Bempton Cliffs - Flamborough - Challenging

    Your walk begins at Woodcock Road, Flamborough, and follows various field headlands past Sixpenny Hill Plantation to the point called North Cliff (a path called 'Rotherams' locally).

    If you have a head for heights your walk will be a rewarding experience. This area of the headland lacks people but you...



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  • North Landing - Thornwick - Flamborough- Moderate

    North Landing - Thornwick - Flamborough- Moderate

    North Landing - Thornwick - Flamborough- Moderate

    From North Landing, follow the cliff top path across the inlet known as Holmes Gut. 

    You can see many of the caves from here, along with a small brick construction set near the top of the cliff. This was a gunpowder store for the two forty pounder guns once kept...



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