Discover the beauty of the Yorkshire Wolds by following the 79 mile walk from Hessle to the magnificent Humber Bridge to the seaside resort of Filey.
Five days easy paced walking will take you on a journey along river banks, through woodlands, disused rail lines and along dry valley bottoms. Rising hilltops reveal magnificent vistas of the rolling Wolds that gave inspiration to David Hockney’s landscape paintings. Unwind and enjoy the peaceful countryside, with time to observe wildlife in its natural habit. En-route discover the rich heritage of the market towns and villages with their independent shops, galleries, tea shops, cafes and inns.
At the end of the day you will find welcoming eateries to rest and refuel, enjoy local ales and hearty food. A range of accommodation to suit all pockets will ensure you get a good nights rest.
Filey marks the end of the Yorkshire Wolds Way providing the perfect place to relax. Paddle or sit on the beach and enjoy the view, and some well-earned fish and chips.
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