There are many excellent walks around the Hayton area some of which are detailed here. The paths can be found on the Ordnance Survey Pathfinder Series 745 [SK68/78].

Don’t forget that stout shoes or boots are recommended as the paths can be muddy in wet weather and also suitable clothing will be needed.

Please remember that some public rights of way pass through private land and you should not stray from the line of the path. Some of the fields occasionally hold livestock so dogs should be kept on a lead.
Depending on the time of the year, there is an abundance of blackberries, sloes, damsons and rose hips for those of you who like to cook, make wine or simply pep up the gin bottle.

Walk No. 1
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Walk No. 2 

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Walk No. 3 

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Walk No. 4 

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Walk No. 5 - This walk is suitable for all ages and levels of agility, though there is just one stile to navigate and it will take approx 1 hour depending on the mood you are in. It travels over flat terrain but could be muddy in parts so please go suitably attired and shod. It crosses the canal in two places at each end of the village.

The Parish Council is very grateful to Howard Oates for his work in providing details of these rambles.


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