Category Archives: Walks in the Yorkshire Wolds

Walking the Route of the Hockney Trail

Introduction The route follows many of the locations where the artist David Hockney created many of his art works for the show ‘A Bigger Picture’ at the Royal Academy. Throughout the route, footpaths are used as much as possible with … Continue reading

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Millington Way Posts

Millington Pastures: a system of dry cast valleys in the East Yorkshire Wolds, grassland slopes grazed by sheep and highland cattle; crossed by sheep tracks, walkers (the Wolds Way, the Minster Way), and ancient Roman roads, a site of special … Continue reading

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Circular Walk from Cowlam Manor via deserted medieval village of Cottam

[adsenseyu1] Introduction A 7.5 mile walk taking in the dry valleys of the Yorkshire Wolds and the medieval deserted village of Cottam. Map of the walk Route Map Show: Bing Maps | Google Maps | Silverlight Maps | OS Maps. Conditions Usually quite firm under foot. One … Continue reading

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Walks through the Yorkshire Wolds

There are a number of official walks through the Yorkshire Wolds. The Yorkshire Wolds Way is one of the main walks in the area and takes in 79 miles of the best countryside that the Wolds have to offer. Starting … Continue reading

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Maps Covering the Yorkshire Wolds

We have now listed all the locations with Ordnance Survey coordinates to assist with better identifying the places where David Hockney will have worked to produce his art work. The following maps cover the area of the Hockney Trail: Ordnance … Continue reading

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