The East Riding Heritage Way

The East Riding Heritage Way:

This is the overall name given to four linked walks devised by the late Glen Hood, and now under the auspices of the East Yorkshire Group, LDWA. The walks are:

Beverley Twenty - 18 miles from the Humber Bridge car park to the Beverley Minster and shown on OS mapping (see Humber Bridge Link Walk). Initially along the Humber Estuary and then following a meandering north-easterly course (with variations available), on field paths and tracks across flat to gently undulating farmland. Links also with Wolds Way National Trail and Trans-Pennine Trail.

Hutton Hike - 20 miles from Beverley Minster to Driffield, along farmland and riverside paths, dykes, and a Yorkshire Water nature reserve, passing through Arram, Cranswick and Hutton to Driffield.

Rudston Roam - 21 miles from Driffield to Bridlington following river, beckside and field paths over level to gently undulating farmland, visiting a number of villages with historical interest, including Nafferton, Burton Agnes and the Rudston monolith.

Headland Walk - 21 miles from Bridlington to Filey along the chalk cliffs of the Heritage coast to Flamborough Head and the RSPB reserve at Bempton giving spectacular views, before the final promenade along the sea shore at Filey, with an alternative finish at the Brigg where it connects with the Cleveland and Wolds Way National Trails.


Route descriptions and gpx tracks are available on the 'Long Distance Paths' section of the LDWA website


Publications, Badges and Certificates:

Badge & Certificate
Route description available via Michael Collins  -
There are badges and certificate available for the above from Michael. Individual walk badges are £2.75 each and the completion badge for all four is £3.00.