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COVID-19 STATEMENT

Following the recent Government announcement here is the latest update from Walk Yorkshire.

The majority of Walk Yorkshire’s events will re-start on Monday 29th March 2021.

As the government 4 stage plan unrolls over the following months, Walk Yorkshire will begin to offer a range of outdoor guided walks from the above date, 29th March. All group sizes will be restricted to 5 delegates and your guide until the 17th May2021.

From 29th March until the 11th April, there are no overnight stays allowed so all delegates must be able to travel to and from the days walking event within the day.

From the 12th April until 16th May, self-contained overnight stays may be allowed you must therefore be able to travel to and from the day’s event within the day or stay overnight in self-contained accommodation.

From the 17th may overnight stays may be allowed to stay over in hotels, hostels or B&B accommodation.

Walk Yorkshire walking events are subject to the following criteria:

Our COVID-19 CODE OF PRACTICE

That you or anyone in your household does not have any of the COVID-19 symptoms.

All our events are conducted outside allowing for more time in the open fresh air.

Please adhere to current social distancing protocols and display high levels of personal hygiene.

For the immediate future all group sizes are small allowing for better social distancing.

Please refrain from mingling with those from another household pre and post the walking event. 

 

DREAM IT                               BELIEVE IT                                DO IT

With outstanding panoramic views across areas of ancient woodland, star clustered dark skies, splendid primeval abbeys, and an abundance of wildlife makes for a breath-taking experience of seclusion and peacefulness.

FEATURED HOLIDAYS

Gateway to the Moors – Helmsley

This walking holiday is based in the perfect English market town of Helmsley. Situated at the beginning of the Cleveland Way and the Ebor Way, this North Yorkshire market town is steeped in history and has attractions to appeal to all, from a 900 year old castle ruins, 250 year old walled garden to charming tea rooms and inviting inns and much more.

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Eastern Moors – Heartbeat Country

This walking holiday is set in a beautiful area known locally and internationally as “Heartbeat Country”, named after the Yorkshire TV series set in 1960’s rural North Yorkshire. Over an 18 year period the programme followed the local constabulary on their duties around the moors and local area, encountering many characters and rogues within the beautiful North York Moors. Filmed in and around the picturesque village of Goathland, which became known to millions as Aidensfield.   

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Yorkshire Heritage Coastal Walk

The Heritage Coastal walk takes us from Saltburn in the north and heads south to some of the most beautiful bays on the Yorkshire coastline. This is a coastline with dramatic views and with the highest point on the east coast of England at Boulby near to Staithes where the cliffs stand at an impressive 656ft (200m) high.

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We had an excellent weekend away with Walk Yorkshire. Kev is very knowledgable and makes the whole experience even more personal!

Mr & Mrs Harvey

We decided to try a new kind of weekend break and discovered Walk Yorkshire. The "Gateway to the Moors" break was a perfect introduction for us and we'll be booking with Kev again very soon! 

Mr & Mrs Davies

Simply amazing! We booked a family gathering/walking holiday with Walk Yorkshire and every stop on the Cleveland Way trail was perfect! Cannot recommend Walk Yorkshire enough! 

The Atkinsons