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Driffield and East Wolds Area Walks

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N38 - A Walk from Warter
Walk Name
A Walk from Warter

Take a walk along part of the Yorkshire Wolds Way to experience some of the most attractive countryside in East Yorkshire.

Circular Walk
Walk Type
  • Wolds Walks
Ordnance Survey Explorer Map
Car Parking Facility
Car park located in Millington village (Please park responsibly and courteously)
Shop in Warter (Check opening times before setting off)
Public Conveniences
Railway Street in Pocklington (Check opening times before setting off)
Distance (Miles)
Distance (Kilometres)
  • Follow the Roman Road out of Warter past Coldwold Cottages.  At the road junction turn left and pass Coldwold Farm.
  • When you reach a covered reservoir turn right along a public footpath and follow it to the left at Warren Farm.  You are now walking along a section of the Yorkshire Wolds Way which runs along the ridge above Millington village.
  • Follow the Wolds Way signs to cross the B1246 road at Kilnwick Percy Hill.  The Wolds Way leads you through Bratt Wood and into Nunburnholme.  Walk along the main street, go past the green and turn left along the lane to Warter. 
  • Enter the village via Mill Lane to return to the car park.
  •           You are advised to confirm opening times and availability of pub, shops and public toilets before setting off in case of recent changes.



Start Point
Millington YO42
End Point
Millington YO42
Towns & Villages
Nunburnholme and Warter
Start Easting
Start Northing
End Easting
End Northing
Further Information
Features of Interest
• St James Church in Warter, standing on the site of an Augustinian Priory, was built in 1862-63 for Lord Muncaster.  It is a prominent feature in the landscape of this picturesque Wolds estate village.  The superb Edwardian Arts and Crafts monuments by Sir George Frampton and Gilbert Bayes, and stained glass by R Anning Bell, that commemorate the family of the first Lord Nunburnholme are of national importance.  Now redundant, the church is a heritage centre for the Yorkshire Wolds.
Accessibility Information
This route: 
• contains some steep slopes. 
• contains a mixture of stiles and gates. 
• may involve walking through fields with livestock. 
• crosses at least one road.