Yorkshire Wolds Way National TrailHull, East Yorkshire
Yorkshire Wolds Way National Trail is a gentle route that is suitable for almost all abilities, so it is great for kids of most ages, and there is so much for them to see.
Stand on the Humber Bridge, or beneath it as the path passes right underneath the bridge. This is an amazing piece of engineering to marvel at, and it is so long that the tops of the towers are 2cm further apart than at the bottom to allow for the curvature of the earth!
Along the Trail you can hunt for sculptures from the WANDER project, try a geocache trail, explore hidden valleys, enjoy fish and chips, and loads more!
Travel from the banks of the Humber along wooded slopes and chalk landscapes, full of valleys and rolling hills to explore.
There are some great heritage spots to check out such as the deserted medieval village of Wharram Percy and the parkland of Londesborough. And don't forget the wildlife as you are sure to spot red kites in the sky and hares on the ground whenever you visit!
Public space, always open.
Pricing & Tickets
Free to visit.
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