Arras Hill
Iron age burial site and gathering point for the Pilgrimage of Grace
Bishop Burton
Village with mere and a medieval history
Brantingham Dale
All Saints Church
Burdale Quarry
Large disused chalk quarry, next to the old Malton-Driffield railway.
Burton Agnes Woods
Woodland walk
Cleaving Coombe
Offers views over the Vale of York
Elmswell Beck
Springs and chalk stream forming the headwaters of River Hull
Flamborough North Landing
Rugged chalk cliffs that dramatically rise from the North Sea
Flamborough South Landing
Looking towards Bridlington
Frendal Dale
Example of very steep-sided valleys in the Wolds that can’t be cultivated
Isolated Wold village with stream
Goodmanham Springwell Field
A wind gap through the wolds which provided an ideal location for the Hudson railway line
Hudson Way at Kiplingcotes
10-mile walk, cycle and bridleway connecting Market Weighton with Beverley
Kirkham Priory
Remains of a medieval priory, now in the care of English Heritage
Londesborough Park
Park with walks through open pastures
Millington Pastures
Offers scenic walks through lush fields and wildlife-rich woodlands.
North Cliffe Woods Nature Reserve
Stunning bluebells
North Newbald
One of several springline villages along the western edge of the Wolds
Rifle Butts Quarry
Features a 1-meter deep band of red chalk, similar to Hunstanton's cliffs, revealing Jurassic marine life.
RSPB Bempton Cliffs
Walks and viewpoints for spotting seabirds, including Puffins
Skidby Windmill
A working windmill preserved as the Museum of East Riding Rural Life
South Cliffe
The edge of the Wolds where it meets the Vale of York
St James Church, Fordon
One of the smallest churches in the Wolds, serving a tiny isolated hamlet.
Sylvan Dale
A lesser-known but enchanting valley.
Thixendale Manor Farm
Farmstead sheltered in the deep valley, with farmland up on the Wolds.
Garrowby Hill Tumuli
Ancient burial mounds
Site of Augustinian priory, founded in 1132.
Welton Dale
Infamous highwayman Dick Turpin was eventually captured at the village pub