The 2022 Wold Rangers Walking Festival will appeal to local residents and visitors alike. It will bring into the area people who want to walk the Wolds and perhaps stay locally along the way. Whether you are looking for a gentle afternoon stroll or a challenging hike within 24 hours, we’re confident the Wold Rangers Way won’t fail to delight.
The Wolds Rangers Way is a challenging circular trail which winds its way 44-miles over the Yorkshire Wolds through amazing chalk landscapes with dry valleys with stunning wildlife alongside vibrant market towns and ancient Wolds villages. It also captures the unique history of the Wold Rangers and ensures that their names and stories live on forever.
The 2022 Wold Rangers Way Walking Festival takes place from 17th – 24th June.
There are 19 FREE guided walks across the week covering over 200-miles.
Walks vary in distance from 3-miles to 44-miles.
Many of the guided walks are circular starting and finishing in Driffield.
All walks are free but require tickets to be booked in advance to manage numbers.
Tickets will be available via the Wold Rangers Way website from 1st May - The Wold Rangers Way : The Heritage Walking Trail of the Lost Agricultural Labourers
Local shops and businesses are ready to welcome walkers.
A range of accommodation is available in Driffield and around the route of the Wold Rangers Way - https://woldrangersway.org/accommodation.php