A 3 mile walk following a figure of eight routes through Twigmoor Woods in North Lincolnshire. Twigmoor is 130 acres of native woodland and introduced shrubs, conifers and ornamental species which creates a rich and varied habitat for wildlife. The woods are owned by the Scawby Estate with public access allowed in certain parts, giving nearly 3 miles of paths open to the public. There are extensive areas of rhododendrons (which give a stunning display of blooms in late spring) and also a number of large lakes.
Duration: 3 hours
Level of walk: Easy to Medium on extended version View Walks Key
Why you should do this walk…
A 6 mile circular walk from the village of North Dalton in East Yorkshire. The route follows a mixture of flint tracks and green lanes across fields and by woods; all with lovely views of the Wolds. The picturesque village of North Dalton is situated around the village pond, which has The Star public house on its south side.
The walk follows easy terrain, with only gentle gradients. There are no stiles or livestock on route and just a few gates to negotiate. Well-behaved dogs should be able to enjoy plenty of off-lead time
How can I follow this walk?…
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