Online walks – July 2020
|All Trails (http://www.alltrails.com/england/north-yorkshire)
AllTrails has great hiking trails, running trails, mountain biking trails and more, with hand-curated trail maps and driving directions as well as detailed reviews and photos from hikers, campers, and nature lovers. There are 248 moderate trails in North Yorkshire ranging from 1.2 to 115.4 miles and from 26 to 2,444 feet above sea level.
|Britain on Foot (http://www.britainonfoot.co.uk/)
Britain on Foot™ has one clear objective, to encourage more people in Great Britain to get active outdoors. It’s all about getting fitter, healthier and happier! This could mean walking to work, hillwalking, geocaching with the family, trail running or even mountaineering.
|Casual Ramblers (http://casualramblers.co.uk/nyorks/hambleton/)
A number of lovely countryside walks as well as some excellent local walking groups which have created a number of easy access and health walks in Hambleton across the area’s towns and villages.
|Cleveland Way (http://www.nationaltrail.co.uk/clevelandway/)
The Cleveland Way is 109 miles / 176 Kilometres around much of the beautiful North York Moors National Park.
|Footpath maps (http://maps.northyorks.gov.uk/connect/?mapcfg=Out_and_About)
Rights of Way in North Yorkshire (tick the 'Public rights of way' box)
|Hambleton Strollers (http://www.walkingforhealth.org.uk/walkfinder/yorkshire-and-humber/hambleton-strollers-walking-for-health)
Short and healthy walks around Thirsk
|Long Distance Walkers Assoc. (http://www.ldwa.org.uk)
For people with the common interest of walking long distances in rural, mountainous or moorland areas.
|North York Moors National Park (http://www.northyorkmoors.org.uk/visiting/enjoy-outdoors/walking/our-walks)
Pick a route, download the walking guide, enjoy your day – it's that simple!
|Ordnance Survey (http://www.ordnancesurvey.co.uk/shop/custom-made-maps.html)
Buy a customised map online
|Swaledale Outdoor Club (http://www.swaledaleoutdoorclub.org.uk)
Very lively climbing, walking, skiing, canoeing, caving, cycling, mountain biking, windsurfing and fell running club based in Richmind
|The Swale Way (http://www.swaleway.org.uk)
The Swale Way is a long distance footpath which follows the River Swale from Boroughbridge, where it joins the River Ure, to its source high above Kirkby Stephen.
|Thirsk Blue Plaque Trail (http://www.visitthirsk.org.uk/pages/plaques.php)
A short historical journey round the picturesque market town of Thirsk.
|Thirsk Past & Present walk (http://www.visitthirsk.org.uk/pages/boards.php)
A town and countryside trail that has been designed by the local community.
Find a walk now, thousands to choose from.
|Walkers are Welcome (http://www.walkersarewelcome.org.uk/)
Walkers are Welcome UK Network is a nationwide initiative to encourage towns and villages to be ‘welcoming to walkers’. The network has expanded rapidly and there are now over 100 locations across the UK that have joined this innovative community-led scheme to benefit from Walkers are Welcome accreditation.
|Walking in Yorkshire (http://www.walkinginengland.co.uk/yorkshire/thirsk.php)
Free local walks to download and print.
|Walking World (http://www.walkingworld.com)
The UK site with a database of walks from all round the country - complete with Ordnance Survey maps
Where2walk presents the best walks in the Yorkshire Dales, the best walks in the Lake District and the best places to stay to fully appreciate them
|White Horse, Kilburn (http://www.visitthirsk.org.uk/pages/whitehorse.php)
The White Horse, Kilburn. A good starting point for walks around Sutton Bank.