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Northern Holderness Area Walks

The table below contains information on all walks centred in the northern holderness 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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E33 - A Stroll from Long Riston
Summary
Walk Name
A Stroll from Long Riston
Ref
E33
Discover the typical Holderness countryside of the Rise Estate, and the site of the faulconberg's Black Castle.
Details
Circular Walk
Yes
Grade
Easy
Walk Type
  • Easy Walks
Ordnance Survey Explorer Map
293
Car Parking Facility
Roadside parking in Long Riston.
Refreshments
Pub and shop in Long Riston
Public Conveniences
Various in Hornsea
Distance
Distance (Miles)
4.5
Distance (Kilometres)
7
Description
  • From Main Street take the public footpath almost opposite Lauty Lane.
  • Follow the path around the left-hand side of the field.
  • Pass Farnton Hill with its equestrian training ground and arrive at a road.
  • Turn right, along the road, and pass Rise Park by turning right and left, around Black Hall Hill, almost to Keeper's Cottage.
  • Turn right, along a field edge footpath to reach the road opposite Arnold.
  • Turn left for a few yards then right, to Arnold village.
  • Walk through the village and turn right to cross the bypass with care.
  • Arnold Lane will return you to the start.
Map(s)
Location
Start Point
Main Street, Long Riston
End Point
Main Street, Long Riston
Towns & Villages
Arnold and Long Riston
ParishRiston
Start Easting
512,572.00
Start Northing
441,911.00
End Easting
512,572.00
End Northing
441,911.00
Further Information
Features of Interest
Rise is a typical estate village, one of many in the East Riding which were built to house estate workers.  It still has a laid-back air about it, and is worth a detour to sense the tranquility.   
 
The present Rise Hall was built for the family in 1815-20.  It is a dignified building, but unfortunately cannot be seen from the road.  To the west of the Hall is the site of an older grand house, Black Hall, which was the seat of the Faulconberg family who held the Manor of Rise for over 400 years.  The remaining earthworks can be clearly seen in the field. 
 
All Saint's Church, Rise - we should appreciate receiving information relating to the church.  Please let us know via the 'forum' page of this website if you have anything at all, even just a short paragraph will be helpful.
Accessibility Information
This route:- 
 
-  is relatively flat. 
 
-  contains steps and/or stiles. 
 
-  crosses at least one road. 
 
-  may involve walking through planted crops. 
 
-  contains some uneven surfaces.