North Yorkshire

Route: Sinnington Circular

Area: North Yorkshire

Date of walk: 30th May 2015

Walkers: Andrew and Gilly

Distance: 5.2 miles

Weather: Sunny

We parked near the bridge in the picture postcard village of Sinnington. The River Seven runs through the village and after crossing over the bridge we followed its left bank for a while before entering Bishop Hagg Wood

Wild garlic was growing in profusion in the wood and was an incredible sight – and smell

After leaving the wood we walked uphill through farmland to the unspoilt village of Appleton-le-Moors, where we turned right to descend back to the River Seven through more woodland covered with clouds of wild garlic

The return leg of the walk took us through woodland above the river bank back into Sinnington. It was a wonderful walk that we’d happily repeat tomorrow

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