Yorkshire Wolds Way

The Wolds Way is probably the least well-known of our National Trails, but its very quietness and lack of commercialism are proving to be principal attributes. At 79 miles (127km) this is  journey from the Humber estuary to the dramatic Cleveland coast through the gentle chalk hills of the Yorkshire Wolds in typical downland scenery, with chalk grassland peppered with poppies, patches of woodlands and dry valleys. The trail was originally an initiative of the Ramblers Association and went on to become the tenth National Trail launched by the then Countryside Commission.
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