A Lovely walk suggested by Hawkes Health, Fitness & Coaching.
Hutton-le-hole 4 miles (1.5-2 hours) Easy family walk Me and my son did this in the pouring rain, I loved it but I’m sure it will be great in the sun 🌞 A. From the car park, walk down to the Ryedale folk museum and the go past the chapel. Turn left at a footpath sign and keep to the left of the bowling green. Cross a series of fields and fairy call beck. B. Turn right on the road and walk along its wide grassy verge. C. Where the road bends sharply right, turn left away from it on a rough track for about 120 yards at the side of a swampy field to a path junction. D. Fork right following a well-defined path out on to the open moor. Keep the field boundary wall in sight and walk as far as the group of buildings of camomile farm. Turn left away from the farm, still following the boundary, to cross a small but steep-sides valley. E. Turn right at a footpath junction to join the lane into Lastingham village. F. Pass a row of riverside cottages, fork right beyond the last one and walk up the steep grassy track. The track can be muddy after rain, but with a little care the worst parts can be avoided G. Climb through a belt of mature beech trees as far as the road. Bear right and walk through Spaunton. H. Turn right at the T-junction and then left to grange farm. I. Follow directions signs through the farmyard. J. Follow a waymarked path around the edge of a series of fields. K. Go downhill through sparse woodland to the roadside. Hutton village is on the right