County Wide, HU/YO
26-Jan-15 to 26-Jan-17
The Yorkshire Wolds Cycle route is a circular route that takes in beautiful rolling hills and dramatic coast of the Yorkshire Wolds, a landscape that inspired David Hockney's Woldgate. The route takes in grand country houses, nature reserves, historic priories, and some of the region's most fascinating landmarks. With rolling hills, hidden valleys and peaceful villages, the Yorkshire Wolds is the perfect place to unwind.
Start - finish: A circular route around the Yorkshire Wolds. Beverley and Malton both have train stations, as do Bridlington and Driffield
Distance: Circular route is 146 miles. Map shows additional linking routes
Type: Mainly on quiet roads with only a few short and steep climbs
National Cycle Network: Route 66
Times and prices are subject to change. Contact venue before setting out.
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