Yorkshire Wolds Way

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Comber Dale, on the Yorkshire Wolds Way

The Yorkshire Wolds Way is a long-distance footpath in the East Riding of Yorkshire, designated a 'National Trail'. It runs 79 miles the length of the riding, from Hessle on the north shore of the Humber (53°43’26"N, 0°26’10"W) to Filey on the North Sea coast (54°12’36"N, 0°17’31"W), and on its way it explores the Yorkshire Wolds.

At Filey Brigg, the Yorkshire Wolds Way connects with the Cleveland Way, another National Trail.

The official opening took place on 2 October 1982.[1]


The route of the Yorkshire Wolds Way passes close to or through the following places:

Yorkshire Wolds Way sign at Market Weighton
Yorkshire Wolds Way through Bratt Wood, Nunburnholme

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Long-distance footpaths in the United Kingdom

Cleveland WayCotswold WayGlyndŵr's WayGreat Glen WayHadrian's Wall PathIcknield WayNorth Downs WayNorfolk Coast PathOffa's Dyke PathPeddars WayPembrokeshire Coast PathPennine BridlewayPennine WayThe RidgewayScottish National TrailSouth Downs WaySouthern Upland WaySouth West Coast PathSpeyside WayThames PathUlster WayWest Highland WayYorkshire Wolds Way


  1. [http://www.nationaltrail.co.uk/YorkshireWoldsWay/article.asp?PageId=3&ArticleId=16 Yorkshire Wolds Way chalks up 25 years] - National Trails