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Beverley Area Walks

The table below contains information on all walks centred in the beverley area. Click on any walk's name or reference code to see more details on the walk, including photos and a route map.

 

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C53 - 12 strides to 1200, South Dalton Dalton Park
Summary
Walk Name
South Dalton
Ref
C53
Stroll along a parkland road for twelve strides or twelve hundred.
Details
Circular Walk
No
Grade
Easy
Walk Type
  • Easy Walks
  • Pub Walks
Ordnance Survey Explorer Map
291
Car Parking Facility
Roadside parking in Main Street or West End. Please park responsibly and courteously
Refreshments
Pub/restaurant in South Dalton. CHeck opening times before setting off.
Public Conveniences
Various sites in Beverley
Distance
Distance (Miles)
1
Distance (Kilometres)
2
Description
  • This walk can be as short as you like, from 50 yards (46 metres) to a return journey of 4 miles (6.4 kilometres).
  • Starting from the village, walk past the Pipe & Glass Inn and along Park Road (a public highway through private land). 
  • The walk from the village to Park Cottages is about a mile, so a return walk will take you about an hour if you dawdle.
Map(s)
Location
Start Point
South Dalton (HU17 7PN)
End Point
South Dalton (HU17 7PN)
Towns & Villages
South Dalton
ParishDalton Holme
Start Easting
496,358.00
Start Northing
445,328.00
End Easting
495,263.00
End Northing
445,415.00
Further Information
Features of Interest
-  The Hall is the home of Lord Hotham whose forebear lost his head after siding with the Royalists in the English Civil War. 
-  Built for Lord Hotham in 1858-60 to the design of J L Pearson, this church in its lovely setting is everyone's idea of a typical English village scene.  The 200ft spire is a landmark for miles around.  Inside there is superb carved woodwork, original gas chandeliers and memorials to the Hotham family, including a gruesome one of the late 17th century.
Accessibility Information
This route:- 
 
-  is relatively flat. 
 
-  contains gates which can be passed through in a motorised wheelchair or with a pushchair. 
 
-  may involve walking through pasture with livestock. 
Additional Information
-  As Park Road is a public highway, motor vehicles are allowed through the Estate.  The landscape is that of a typical Wolds Estate, containing grazing cattle and a clock tower on the gatehouse of the Hall. 
 
-  When you reach the end of the route, turn around and retrace your steps back to the start.