Levisham and Newton Dale Walk
The Levisham and Newton Dale Walk is a great route for beginners and seasoned walkers alike that will lead you through North York Moors National Park. While out on the trail, you will walk through forested valleys, open farm fields, and the barren moors to enjoy views across the park. Make sure to wear sturdy walking boots to better traverse the variety of terrain along this route.
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Route Description for Levisham and Newton Dale Walk
If you are after a fairly quick adventure in North York Moors National Park that will expose you to a variety of terrain types and scenic views, then the Levisham and Newton Dale Walk is a great option to do so. Picturesque English countryside, barren moorland terrain, and forested valleys dissected by winding becks await on this scenic adventure north of Pickering.
Setting out from the trailhead in the village of Levisham, you will head to the south along the road and break away to the east to enter into the cover of Levisham Wood. Here, you will follow along the trail as it traverses the hillside and eventually bends to the north to run alongside the winding banks of Levisham Beck.
At the point where Levisham Beck meets up with Dundfale Griff, head to the west and climb up the hillside, where you will eventually begin to traverse the rugged terrain of Levisham Moor. After passing Dundale Pond, you will continue on to the west and begin to descend the hillside, turning south to begin the final leg of the walk. Eventually, you will turn to the east and traverse the open countryside to make your way into the trailhead in Levisham.
Getting to the Levisham and Newton Dale Walk Trailhead
The trailhead for the Levisham and Newton Dale Walk can be found in front of the Horseshoe Inn in Levisham.
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