East Thriding Treble Ten

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Start: Welton
Distance: 28 miles (45 km)
Grid Ref: SE959272
 
Climbing: 775 metres
Walk time: 10-14 hours
Days: 1-2

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Summary: The East Thriding Treble Ten walk is a figure-of-eight route over the southern chalk wolds of East Yorkshire and which visits some of the gorgeous villages within the popular commuter belt west of Hull. As well as visiting the villages the walk has various sections through woodland and through attractive dales too. From the start in Welton, which incidentally is the village where Highwayman Dick Turpin was captured, the walk visits Wauldby Manor, Turtle Hill, Bilks Hill, Ellerker North Wold, South Cave, Little Wold, Comber Dale, Weedley Dale, East Dale, Drewton Wold, North Cave, Jarratt Hills, Ellerker, Brantingham and Welton Dale.

Useful Links:
Walking Englishman's Wold's Way Day one
A Walking Englishman Welton walk
A Walking Englishman Brantingham walk
Long Distance Walkers Association


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