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AboutThis route takes you across the narrower southern end of the Wolds from the medieval market town of Beverley to the attractive limestone village of North Newbald, with its large green, Norman church and pubs. There are superb views over the Vale of York as you reach the crest of the Wolds western escarpment.
Beverley Minster (built 1230 - 1490) is an outstanding example of Gothic architecture and a prominent landmark to orientate yourself by. Beverley is on the Yorkshire Coast railway line.
- Accessibility of route - On Road
- Description of route - Circular Route from Beverley Minster (via Walkington, South Newbald and North Newbald)
- Length of route (miles) - 20