East Yorkshire

Route: A Walk from Wauldby

Area: East Yorkshire

Date of walk: 29th October 2013

Walkers: Andrew

Distance: 7.7 miles

Ascent: 700 feet

Starting from Wauldby Green, where I used to go tobaganning as a child, I walked along the side of Nut Wood and joined the Yorkshire Wolds Way for a short distance

Above Brantingham, there were huge views over the Humber and the Vale of York

I descended into Elloughton Dale, then climbed up onto the Wolds again, where I had views of the Humber Bridge and the city of Hull

The rest of the walk was across chalk farmland, until I arrived back at Nut Wood where I walked alongside the attractive (but unattractively named) Wauldby Scrogs back to the car

It had been an enjoyable afternoon ramble

Click on the icon below for the route map (subscribers to OS Maps can view detailed maps of the route, visualise it in aerial 3D, and download the GPX file. Non-subscribers will see a base map)

Scroll down – or click on any photo to enlarge it and you can then view as a slideshow

Previous walk: « | Next walk: »