PUBLIC RIGHTS OF WAY
HUGGATE CONSERVATION WALK
You are welcome to use this permissive footpath route around arable fields at Huggate with views across the Yorkshire Wolds. It is for the use of walkera and way marks are in place to to guide you around the route. The Eastern loop will be closed for six months of the year to protect gamebirds. Hedges and field margins on the farm are being managed to benefit wildlife, especially farmland birds. Please take care to keep to the route and to avoid disturbing nesting birds along other hedgerows. Please keep your dog on a lead as we are trying to protect important farmland birds such as lapwing, grey partridge and corn bunting. View the map here
The Yorkshire Wolds present amazing chalk landscapes with dry valleys and stunning wildlife alongside vibrant market towns and ancient villages. Whether you're seeking peace and quiet or family days out there's something here for you on the Wolds Way.
The 76 miles of the Yorkshire Wolds Way includes 40 miles of footpath and 16 miles of bridleway. The remaining 20 miles is either minor road, public path or byway open to all traffic.
The idea for the Wolds Way came from the East Yorkshire and Derwent branch of the Ramblers Association. It became an official National Trail in 1982.
This pleasant 5 mile (8k) walk on the top of the Yorkshire Wolds
offers extensive views in all directions.
On a clear day, York Minster, The Humber Bridge and Flamborough Lighthouse
can be seen. The route has a maximum gradient of 1 in 8 over a length of 250
metres. It is likely to be suitable for people with impaired mobility, or with a pushchair,
wheelchair or mobility scooter.
The walk has no steps or stiles. Path conditions vary depending on the recent weather
PUBLIC RIGHTS OF WAY
Huggate boasts over 30 km of Public Rights of Way - footpaths and bridleways. This is one of the highest totals in the East Riding, and includes parts of the Wolds Way and the Minster Way. The footpaths are maintained by landowners, the Parish Council and East Riding Council in partnership. Please let us know of any defects or problems with the Rights of Way, so that they can be put right.
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Please remember that on all public Rights of Way, permission to walk is on the path only; dogs must be kept "under effective control" and dog faeces picked up and removed. The Countryside Code can be read and downloaded at https://www.gov.uk/government/publications/the-countryside-code.