East Riding Heritage Way

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Start: Humber Bridge
Distance: 85 miles (137 km)
Grid Ref: TA026253
Climbing: 1,900 metres
Walk time: 34-42 hours
Days: 6-8

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Summary: The East Riding Heritage Way is the result of an ingenious idea. It was devised by Glen Hood of East Riding Long Distance Walkers association who linked four popular paths in the area which resulted in a route from the Humber Bridge in Hessle near Hull to Filey Brigg on the North Yorkshire Coast. This is exactly the same start and end points of the Wolds Way National Trail which is frequently visited and shared througout the walk. The four paths utilised to create the Heritage Way are Beverley 20, Hutton Hike, Rudston Roam and Headland Walk. Locations visited on the route, beginning with the Humber Bridge are North Ferriby, Welton, Brantingham, Skidby, Bentley, Beverley, Arram, Scorborough, Lockington, Kilnwick, Hutton Cranswick, Driffield, Nafferton, Lowthorpe, Harpham, Burton Agnes, Rudston, Boynton, Bridlington, Flamborough Head, Bempton Cliffs, Speeton, Reighton, Hummanby Moor, Primrose Valley, Muston Sands and Filey.

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