Walking in Yorkshire
If you are a keen walker, walking in Yorkshire is a must do! There's so much to discover as the region is abundant in nature and wildlife and rich in culture and heritage. There are picturesque villages, quaint market towns, rolling hills and sprawling moorlands to explore.
If you're looking to organise a long distance walk, why not stay in a pub along the way? The Yorkshire Dales are perfect for long distance walking, and The Inn Way has devised a circular walking route that stops off at pubs along the way.
Pubs offer walkers a great alternative to traditional B&Bs. Unlike B&Bs, pubs provide rooms, food, and offer guests a social and lively atmosphere. After a long day out walking, guests can freshen up in a warm bath then make their way just downstairs to the pub for a plate of delicious home cooked food and pint of glorious Yorkshire ale!
Walking in Yorkshire isn't just confined to the Dales though. Other areas of substantial interest and beauty in the region include the North York Moors, and the Forest of Bowland which is an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty. With so much to discover you might not want to do lots of long distance walks. There are lots of smaller and gentler walking routes and trails across Yorkshire and their maps can be seen and downloaded from Welcome to Yorkshire.
To access a range of wonderful walks around the UK visit iFootpath by clicking below.