Adventurer Paul Rose explores the 79 miles of the Yorkshire Wolds Way, arguably Britain's least well-known national walking trail
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Yorkshire Wolds is the least trampled of Britain’s national trails, extending
for 79 miles across rolling chalk hills.
This land of
big skies and majestic views is full of surprises, from its isolated villages
to its hidden valleys far off the beaten track.
The Wolds is
the most northerly chalk landscape in England, running from the seaside town of
Filey in the north to Hessle on the Humber estuary in the south.
and adventurer Paul Rose takes to the trail and explores 10 of its hidden
treasures and secret landscapes.
the feature on Hidden Treasures of the Yorkshire Wolds