News from the Trail

News from the Trail. Photo Credit: Antony Blackshaw

Trail news

wet walker on the Wolds
Trail Reporter Dave Greenwood recounts his wet day on the Yorkshire Wolds!There are villages in the Yorkshire Wolds of which people say “no ...
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Yorkshire Wolds Poppies
When the Yorkshire Wolds Way opened for business on 2 October 1982, it came with its own user’s manual. ‘The Wolds Way’ was published ...
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Dave Greenwood Trail Reporter
We are delighted to introduce Dave Greenwood, our official Trail Reporter for the Cleveland Way and Yorkshire Wolds Way National Trails.Here's ...
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Humber Bridge
The Yorkshire Wolds Way has been closed on the Humber Foreshore section between the Humber Bridge and North Ferriby, due to essential maintenance ...
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Wolds Way ale photo
Great news for walkers and beer lovers alike!Almost a decade after Wold Top Brewery brewed a pale ale to celebrate the 25th anniversary of the Yorkshire ...
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Jo Brand on the Yorkshire Wolds Way
Any celebrity spotters would have been delighted to see Jo Brand striding out on the Yorkshire Wolds Way today, between Hessle and North Ferriby as ...
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Trail at Staxton Wold
The National Trails are the best known and best loved trails in England and Wales. They offer everyone the opportunity to explore our wonderful countryside. ...
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Snow covered fingerpost
You have got a lot going on over Christmas.  Plenty to eat and drink we hope,  presents to enjoy and relatives to entertain.Give yourself ...
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two walkers and a finger blade
We have a perfect Christmas Present available for Yorkshire Wolds Way enthusiasts!  We are selling off our old Wolds Way fingerblades.  These ...
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new gate on Yorkshire Wolds Way
The Yorkshire Wolds Way has just become the first of the National Trail walks in England and Wales to become totally stile free.Now there are just ...
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