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Walks and events 2017
Walks start at 10am except where noted. 
Summer evening walks start at 7pm.

Contact phone number: 07535 892131 / click to email

 

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2013 events

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Updated 24.2.17

2015 events

2016 events EAST YORKSHIRE AND DERWENT
AREA WINTER PROGRAMME
   
Car pooling: Can you offer a lift when you attend walks?  If so, please email me with the area in which you live, and a contact telephone number or email address.

Scarborough South Cliff: H&M Whitehouse 07535 892131   East Ayton: P&J Trafford 01723 863975 Newby: Angela Simpson (fair weather) 07826735127



Scan to download walks pdf to
smartphone. Updated 31.8.16

Events added since publication of the annual programme.

Summer evening walks.

Suitable for dogs on leads.

 
SHORTENED WALK OPTION:
Please see foot of page.

 

Link to photographs, and map when available
Link to map

Recorded track length
?PE Pre-walk estimate
Total height gain during walk

Advance information and/or event report


Date Start location Miles Notes Leader   Pics Walkers

 

JANUARY              
1 Sunday TA031 877 Falsgrave Park 10.7 miles
1402ft
Scarborough surroundings H Whitehouse
07535 892131
12
8 Sunday SE942 889 High Wood Brow, Wykeham Forest 9.0 miles
1225ft
Forest & moors including visit to The Pinnacle J Trafford
07732 567316
  25
14 Saturday Dinner, Bella Ciao, St Nicholas St in Scarborough.    
     
15 Sunday SE895 606 Fimber Green
SE934 591 Wetwang Pond
12.4 miles
1011ft
8.4 miles
655ft
Yorkshire Wolds A Wrightson   10 (full)
3 (short)
18 Wednesday TA009 942 Cloughton, Station La 9.9 miles
1008ft
Coast and country R Bedford   8
22 Sunday NZ980 015 Ravenscar 10 miles
1601ft
Coast, farmland and woods R Clutson   14
29 Sunday TA050 751 Fordon crossroads 8.5 miles
679ft
Yorkshire Wolds J Trafford   29
               
FEBRUARY              
5 Sunday SE820 916 Levisham am 5.25miles 794ft
pm 3.8 miles
928ft
North York Moors P Trafford
 
am 20
pm 13
12 Sunday SE968 906 Hackness, nr school 9.4 miles
1194ft
North York Moors G Malcolm   7
15 Wednesday TA119 812 Filey N Cliff Country Park 10.7 miles
937ft
Coast and country R Bedford   12
19 Sunday NZ867 079 Sleights 9.8 miles
1562ft
Esk Valley & N York Moors R Clutson   19
23 Thursday Work party     CANCELLED      
26 Sunday SE803 853 Newbridge layby 1 mile N of Pickering 10 or 7.5 North York Moors J Trafford    
MARCH              
5 Sunday SE737 658 Kirkham Priory 10   T Rhodes    
12 Sunday TA010 947 Cloughton, Cober Hill 10 Coast and woodland P Trafford
07732 567316
     
19 Sunday SE683 900 Gillamoor 10 Farmland and hills R Clutson      
23 Thursday Work party     Email for info      
26 Sunday SE802 969 Wheeldale Bridge 9 Woodland and moors W Dosdale      
APRIL              
2 Sunday SE942 889 Highwood Brow CP 11

Wykeham Forest

R Bedford      
9 Sunday NZ846 131 Lythe 9   P Mumford 07801 843890      
12 Wednesday NZ880 049 Littlebeck Village Hall CP 5   L&M Atkinson 07881 996256      
16 Sunday TA021 256 Humber Bridge Country Park (north bank) CP 10 Under and over the bridge (linear) H Whitehouse 07535 892131      
19 Wednesday TA012 942 Station Lane, Cloughton 6   M Chapman      
23 Sunday TA047 872 Scarborough, S Cliff clock tower 9 Walk to Filey, return by public transport G Malcolm 07835 458755      
27 Thursday Work party     Email for info      
MAY              
3 Wednesday SE783 894 Cawthorn Camps CP 10   R Bedford      
6 Saturday 1030 TA092 287 Hull Station, Larkin Statue 7 Hull City of Culture  (0902 train fr Scarboro) S Earnshaw      
14 Sunday SE934 591 Wetwang pond 12   A Wrightson      
21 Sunday SE853 937 Hole of Horcum CP 12   G Malcolm 07835 458755      
25 Thursday Work party     Email for info      
JUNE              
4 Sunday NZ980 015 Ravenscar     P Mumford 07801 843890      
7 Wednesday SE996 889 Raincliffe Gate CP, Forge Valley 10   R Bedford      
11 Sunday 1100 TA190 720 Bempton Pond 5   L Crozier      
9 Friday-12 Monday AREA CAMP: Yorkshire Dales
9th  2pm Early bird short walk
10th  High Cup Nick 10 miles
        (Shorter alternative)
11th Low Force/High Force 10 miles (Shorter alternative)
12th
10am Last gasp short walk
  Middleton-in-Teesdale
Campers, caravans, B&B, day visits.
H Whitehouse

07535 892131
 

     
18 Sunday NZ763 077 Lealholm CP 10   J Trafford      
22 Thursday Work party 10   Email for info      
25 Sunday SE572 963 B1257 2m S of Chop Gate, layby N of Ledge Beck bridge. 10 Tripsdale tour: A hidden dale with many tales.        
JULY              
2 Sunday NZ952 037 Boggle Hole CP 7   L&M Atkinson 07881 996256      
9 Sunday SE853 937 Hole of Horcum 11   R Bedford      
16 Sunday SE676 926 Harland Moor Road 10   T Rhodes      
23 Sunday NZ833 013 Goathland NYMNP car park (4) 10 Joint with Bridlington Rambling Club G Malcolm 07835 458755      
27 Thursday Work party     Email for info      
30 Sunday TA190 509 Atwick village green/Xrds 10   A Wrightson      
AUGUST              
2 Wednesday NZ891 024 Old May Beck CP 10   R Bedford      
6 Sunday NZ685 083 Castleton, junc New Rd/Station Rd 12 Yorkshire Esk Trail, source to sea, 1st of 3 linked walks H Whitehouse 07535 892131    
9 Wednesday SE853 937 Hole of Horcum 10   R Bedford      
13 Sunday 1045 NZ804 054 Egton Bridge Station 11 linear Yorkshire Esk Trail, 2nd of 3 linked walks H Whitehouse 07535 892131    
20 Sunday NZ804 054 Egton Bridge Station 10 linear Yorkshire Esk Trail, 3rd of 3 linked walk H Whitehouse 07535 892131    
24 Thursday Work party     Email for info      
27 Sunday SE729 908 Lastingham, top of High Street 10   T Rhodes      
SEPTEMBER              
3 Sunday NZ813 018 Goathland, Randy Rigg layby 9   J Trafford      
10 Sunday TA118 812 Filey Country Park 11   G Malcolm 07835 458755      
17 Sunday SE705 903 Hutton le Hole CP (4.50) 10   W Dosdale 07703 042881      
24 Sunday SE830 519 Millington CP (near church) 10   S Earnshaw      
               
               
24 Thursday Work party     Email for info      
OCTOBER              
12 Thursday Work party     Email for info      
NOVEMBER              
9 Thursday Work party     Email for info      
DECEMBER              
14 Thursday Work party     Email for info      
               
               
               
               
               
               
               
               
               
               
               
              
              
               
               
               
               
               
               
               
               
               
               
               
               
               
               
               
               
               
               
               
               
               
               
               
               
               
               
               
               
               
               
               
               
               
               
               
               
               
               
               
               
               
               
               
               
               
               
               
               
               
               
               
               
               
               
               
               
               
               
               
               
               
               
               
               
               
               
               
               
               
               
               
               
               
               
               
               
               
SHORTENED WALK OPTIONS: The Rambles Organiser has advised that an optional shortened version of a walk can be offered when:
1. The route is a figure-of-8, with the whole group returning to the start at the end of the shorter option, then the longer walkers continuing along a second loop OR
2. A second leader is appointed IN ADVANCE to lead the shorter option. Ideally, the second leader will have recced the route, but this may not be necessary if the leader is experienced and/or is familiar with the location and/or the route back to the start is very straightforward.