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Yorkshire walks

Explore Yorkshire's beauty with The White Shire's handpicked collection of predominantly circular walks. Curated and tested by us, a couple with a love for Yorkshire, these routes typically span three to six miles. Tailored for ease and accessibility, our walks offer a relaxed way to experience Yorkshire's picturesque landscapes.

Catering to a range of fitness levels, our selection is designed to be relatively easy, though the experience may vary depending on your fitness levels. Join us, a middle-aged couple, as we guide you through these manageable paths, showcasing the tranquility and allure of Yorkshire. Start your journey of discovery with The White Shire's carefully chosen walks.

We use the Komoot walking app which is free to use


Disclaimer for Walks on Our Website:

The walks provided on our website are intended to be a helpful resource for individuals interested in exploring different locations and trails. However, before embarking on any new walk or hiking trail, it is important to research the location, assess your own physical abilities, and ensure that you have appropriate gear and supplies.

We do not guarantee the accuracy, completeness, or suitability of any information provided on our website, and we are not responsible for any errors or omissions that may occur.

By using the walks provided on our website, you acknowledge that you are doing so at your own risk, and you assume full responsibility for any injuries, damages, or other problems that may result.

We strongly recommend that you always use caution and common sense when engaging in any physical activity, and that you consult with a medical professional if you have any concerns about your health or the suitability of a particular walk or hiking trail.

Additionally, please note that outdoor conditions can be unpredictable and may change quickly, so it is important to be prepared for unexpected changes in weather or terrain. It is also important to respect the environment and follow all local laws and regulations when exploring natural areas.

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