Rambling Man Walks The Yorkshire Wolds Way

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Rambling Man Walks The Yorkshire Wolds Way

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Length: 73 pages1 hour


The Yorkshire Wolds Way. A 79 mile walking route that starts near the Humber Bridge, and ends with fish and chips in sight at the Victorian seaside resort of Filey.

It's a walk that takes you through a secret part of Yorkshire. One rather overshadowed by those famous Yorkshire Dales, and the North York Moors.

Hidden it may be. But it's there. Not very well known. But there. So in the middle of a heatwave, two men left their respective homes, and headed to the town of Hessle, on the Humber Estuary.

And they went on a walk. A walk along fields, through enchanting dales, quaint villages and so much more. Although there were quite a lot of fields.

This is the important, and extremely true tale of that journey. Of the sights. Of the sounds. Of the conversations about Adrian Chiles. Of the benches. Of the questions.

Like, just what is a wold, anyway?

Includes a guide to planning your own walk on the Yorkshire Wolds Way National Trail.

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