GPS Cycle and Walking Routes

Yorkshire Wolds Way

79 miles (127 km)

Starting on the banks of the Humber Estuary at Hessle follow this charming route through the peaceful and beautiful Yorkshire countryside. The route runs for 79 miles passing through a series of charming villages as you wend your way through the delightful Yorkshire Dales to the finish point on the coast at Filey.
Route highlights include:
The picturesque landscape at Londesborough Park near Market Weighton.
The lovely Filey Brigg Country Park on the coast at the end of the route is another splendid feature.
Wharram Percy - the route passes through the remains of this fascinating medieval village which dates from the 10th century.

Yorkshire Wolds Way OS Map - Mobile GPS OS Map with Location tracking

Yorkshire Wolds Way Open Street Map - Mobile GPS Map with Location tracking


Yorkshire Wolds Way, Brantingham - - 570944

Yorkshire Wolds Way, Brantingham

Humber bridge, UK

Humber bridge, UK


Route Highlights


The striking Humber Bridge at Hessle can be found near the start of the trail


The trail passes directly through the small village of Welton in Yorkshire

Londesborough Park

You will pass right through this quiet little Yorkshire village


In this pretty village you will find The Gait Inn, a 16th century family run free house, while The Ramblers Rest across the road from The Gait Inn provides welcome refreshments for cyclists and walkers


This little village is the mid point on the trail and another lovely spot to stop for refreshments.

Sylvan Dale

Beautiful scenery in the Yorkshire Dales


This quaint little village is a pleasant place to stop for refreshments or an overnight stay

Wharram Percy

Wharram Percy is a deserted medieval village most active from the 10th to the 12th centuries. It is now owned by English Heritage


You'll pass through this pretty village which hosts its annual week long scarecrow festival in July/August


The attractive seaside town of Filey marks the end of the trail

GPS Files

GPX File

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