Day 1 (Tuesday 8th May) - Beverley to Wolds Village: 15.5 miles.
1. The three of us pose for a picture at the start of the trek at the doors of Beverley Minster.
|2. We approach the imposing Church of St Leonard at Scorborough, about 7 miles walk from Beverley.|
|3. Crossing fields towards the large village of Lockington.|
|4. We pass near Kilnwick Church, about 10 miles along the Way.|
Day 2 (Wednesday 9th May) - Wolds Village to Bishop Wilton: 16 miles.
5. The village pond including mallards at North Dalton (16 miles).
|6. The attractive Blanch Farm, near Huggate (19 miles).|
|7. We pass the head of Well Dale, a typical Wolds valley, near Cobdale Cottage (22 miles).|
|8. We head down the valley side to the village of Millington.|
|9. The pictoresque Whitekeld Dale which we cross on the way to Great Givendale (26 miles).|
|10. The little church called St. Ethelburga's, which I've seen on a previous occasion.|
|11. The Fleece Inn at Bishop Wilton, unfortunately not open when we arrived. We got a taxi to our hotel in York from this spot.|
Day 3 (Thursday 10th May) - Bishop Wilton to Gipsey Wood Farm: 14.7 miles.
12. We walk along the pleasant 3 mile stretch of the River Derwent between Stamford Bridge and Kexby.
|13. Part of the bovine community just north of Kexby before we swing west (39 miles).|
Day 4 (Friday 11th May) - Gipsey Wood Farm to York Minster: 8.3 miles.
14. We passed round the perimeter of Fulford Golf Course (46 miles).
|15. The Millenium Bridge south of York. Not far to go until the end of our epic trek.|
|16. Skeldergate Bridge, now the end is in sight.|
|17. We made it! York Minster, 50 and a half miles of tough walking (with blisters) after leaving Beverley.|