Ryedale Walking Group has these three walks on offer in the second half of June: Saturday 17th June: Slingsby Circular 9 miles (easy+) 60ft Park/Start 10:00 Considerate roadside parking in Slingsby, near phone box (SE696748) Saturday 24th June: Nidderdale – Little Arms Cliff Walk 8.5 miles (moderate) 400 ft Park/Start: 10:30 Swinsty Reservoir car park […]
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Ryedale Walking Group is offering three walks in the early part of June; well, strictly speaking two walks and a bit of fun, to all of which new members would be very welcome. First the fun: Sunday 4th June: Helmsley Treasure Hunt. Easy. Park/Start: 15:00 Helmsley Market Place (SE612838) Followed by a meal at The […]
Ryedale Walking Group has just two walks scheduled for the second half of May, but they both sound lovely. New members are always welcome, if the good weather tempts you to get out there. Sunday 21 May: Scar House & Nidderdale 9.6 miles (moderate+) 1050ft Park/Start: 1030 Scar House Reservoir CP (SE070766) Saturday 27 […]
Ryedale Walking Group is offering the following walks during the early part of May. The weather is improving, and the Group is always happy to welcome new members, so why not get on out there. I like the sound of the last one in particular – read on and you’ll guess why. Saturday 6 May: […]
Ryedale Walking Group will be doing the following walks during the second half of April: Saturday 22nd April: Goathland, Wheeldale and Simon Howe 13.5 miles (moderate+, but note the distance!) 1650 ft. Park/Start 10:00 Goathland NYMNP car park (£3 fee) SE832012). And in case you were a fan of Brookside in the 1990s, we should […]
It’s been a glorious sunny day today, Spring has sprung, the lighter evenings have arrived, so dig out those boots and get walking. Ryedale Walking Group will be doing the following walk during the first half of April: Saturday 1st April: “Figure 8” walk around Appleton-le-Moors 10.1 miles (moderate). Park/Start: 10.00 Appleton-le-Moors Main Street […]
Ryedale Walking Group had scheduled two walks for the second half of March, but due to the walk leader being injured (NOT on a walk, we understand!) the walk on Saturday 25 March has had to be cancelled. The remaining walk will take place on Sunday 19th March: Commondale Moor & Gisborough Moor top. 7.5 […]
Ryedale Walking Group is offering the following walks in the first half of March: Saturday 4 March: Gillamoor & Fadmoor 5.2 miles (easy) Park/Start: 10:30 Considerate parking near the church in Gillamoor(SE683901). Sunday 12 March: Thirsk circular 8 miles (easy+) 150ftPark/Start: 10:30 Thirsk market place (SE430821). Tuesday 14 March: Ampleforth, Shallow Dale & […]
Here are the walks on offer with the Ryedale Walking Group in the second half of February. The weather may be foul, but you’ll feel really good at the end of a long wet walk, honest! Saturday 18th February 2017: Terrington, Dalby Carr & Low Water. 7 miles (easy+) 600ft. Park/Start: 10.30 Terrington village hall CP […]
We’ve been away for a while, and got a bit behind with the postings, so to catch up, here’s an omnibus edition of the walks available in February from our two favourite walking groups, the Ramblers and Ryedale Walking Group. Ramblers: Sunday 5th February: 10.00 am start. Lowna Bridge Car Park. 10 miles, grid ref. […]
Ryedale Walking Group has just two walks on offer in the second half of January, but either or both would go some way towards meeting your new year resolution to take more exercise. Sunday 22 January: Pickering, Dalby Forest and Thornton-le-Dale 10 miles (moderate) 1019ft Park/Start 10.00 Woodland Park CP, A169 Whitby Road, Pickering (SE803845). […]
If you can get your mind past Christmas and the New Year, you might want to start thinking about working off some of that excess, perhaps with a good walk. Ryedale Walking Group, which always welcomes visitors and newcomers, will be doing the following walks in the first half of January 2017: Tuesday 3 […]
We post a lot information about walks with the Ryedale Walking Group, so we thought you might like to know a bit more about them. Here’s their Chairman’s report on last year’s activities: Our group celebrated its 10th anniversary in September and we continue to walk at least once each weekend and occasionally during the […]
Welcome to Anne Barlow who has taken over as Publicity Officer for Ryedale Walking Group, and will be supplying us at regular intervals with details of the walks on offer. Here are the walks for the remainder of the year: still not too late to get a bit of exercise before Christmas. Saturday 26 November: […]
The weather and daylight are gradually closing in for the winter, but Ryedale Walking Group is still getting out there, albeit with only two walks in the calendar for the second half of October Saturday 22nd October sees the Group’s annual general meeting, but before that there will be a walk from Middleton to Aislaby, […]
The Ryedale Walking Group will be doing the following walks in the first half of October: Sunday 2nd October: Hawnby, Easterside Hill, Bilsdale West Moor (7 miles moderate) 1,576ft. Park/Start: 10:30 Hawnby Bridge (SE 543893). Park sensitively in village. Saturday 8th October: Coxwold, Husthwaite, Kilburn (8.5 miles moderate) 880ft. Park/Start: 10:30 Coxwold Village Hall. Sunday […]
The Ryedale Walking Group (RWG) will be doing the following walks in the second half of September: Saturday 17th September: Dalby Circular (7 miles moderate) 1,015ft. Park/Start: 10:00 Thornton le Dale car park (SE 835829). Thursday 22nd September: AONB Outstanding Week – Scackleton (6.5 miles moderate) 740ft. Park/Start: 10:30 Scackleton Church (SE 649727). N.B. Dog […]
The Ryedale Walking Group will be doing the following walks in the first half of September: Sunday 4th September: Seven Wainwrights from Mardale Head (10 miles challenging) 2,950ft. Park/Start: 10:30 Mardale Head (NY 469107). Cars leave Pickering at 7:30. (In case you aren’t a walker, and are wondering, the Wainwrights are the 214 fells (hills […]
The Ryedale Walking Group will be doing three walks in the second half of August, including one that starts just down the road in Lastingham. Saturday 20th August: Crook Ness to Hayburn Wyke (8 miles moderate) 200ft. Park/Start: 10:00 Crook Ness near Burniston (TA 026935). Limited parking, car share advised. Sunday 28th August: Roseberry Topping […]
As we regularly post information about walks with the Ryedale Walking Group (and thanks to them for their support of the blog) we take this opportunity to let them tell you a bit more about the Group, as they celebrate their tenth anniversary. The Group was founded by four people in September 2006. Our aim […]
The Ryedale Walking Group is offering three walks in the first half of August, a short(ish) day walk, a short evening walk and an away day to the Dales for a slightly tougher walk – something for everyone. Saturday 6th August: Appleton-le-Moors and Hutton-le-Hole (6 miles easy+) 650ft. Park/Start: 10:00 Appleton-le-Moors Main Street near church […]
The Ryedale Walking Group (RWG) will be doing the following walks in the second half of July: Wednesday 20th July: walk around historic Malton & Norton (4.7 miles easy) 180ft. Park/Start: 6:00 pm Malton market place (SE 785716). Saturday 23rd July: Bainbridge & Semer Water (9 miles moderate+) 1,400ft. Park/Start: 11:00 am street parking in Bainbridge […]
The Ryedale Walking Group will be doing the following walks in the first half of July: Saturday 2nd July: Goathland to Levisham for NYMR 60’s weekend (7.7 miles moderate) 760ft. Park: around Pickering, walk to station to catch the 9:25 am train to Goathland. Start walk: 10:10 am Goathland station (NZ836013). Return 3:20 pm or […]
What a mixed bag of weather, but there are some good days, so out with the walking boots and into the countryside for some fresh air and exercise. The Ryedale Walking Group invites you to join the following walks in the second half of June: Saturday 18th June: a Whitby Circular Walk (7.5 miles easy+) […]
The Ryedale Walking Group will be doing the following walks in the first half of June: Sunday 5th June: a Circular Walk from Terrington (7 miles easy+). Park/Start: 10:30am Terrington Village Hall CP (SE 671704). Wednesday 8th June: an evening walk from Beadlam to Pockley (4.5 miles easy) 425ft. Park/Start: 6:30pm St. Hilda’s Church, Beadlam (SE […]
The sun is shining beautifully, it’s time to think about walking. Ryedale Walking Group will be doing the following walks in the second half of May: Wednesday 18th May: RWG will walk an evening walk from Wrelton (4 miles easy) 345ft. Park/Start: 6:30pm Wrelton – old road near caravan site (SE 764859). Sunday 22nd May: […]
The Ryedale Walking Group will be doing the following walks in the first half of May, including the first evening walk of the year, so you can walk after work and enjoy the twilight. The evening walk is on Tuesday 3rd May, to Howl Dale and Orchan Dale (5.5 miles easy) 450ft. Park/Start: 6:30pm East […]
Ryedale Walking Group is offering three lovely local walks in the second half of the month, with lots of points of interest. Saturday 23rd April: Cropton, Sinnington & Appleton-le-Moors (8 miles moderate). Park: near Cropton Village Hall. Start: 10:00am New Inn Cropton (SE 755889). (And at the end of the walk, maybe a beer at […]
The Ryedale Walking Group is offering four walks in the first half of April, with something to suit all levels of ability. Saturday 2nd April: The Castles Way Stage 8, from Pickering to the Hole of Horcum (11 miles moderate+). Park: Castlegate, Pickering. Start: 08:30 am Pickering Castle (SE 798844). Return on 14:25 Coastliner 840 […]
Two interesting walks from Ryedale Walking Group coming up: Saturday 19th March: The Castles Way Stage 7, from Appleton-le-Moors to Pickering Castle (9 mile moderate) 825ft. Park: 10:00 am Woodlands Park, Whitby Road (A169), Pickering (SE 803845). Start: 10:20 Appleton-le-Moors near Moors Inn (SE 735879). Some cars will ferry walkers from Pickering to walk start […]
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