In the open valley of Pickering, this route flows through ancient woodland and is a great spot for bird watching and spring bluebells. Several other footpaths branch off to take you exploring through the woods or climbing towards the summit, which is the highest point for miles within an area dominated by flat agricultural land. Please note: these extra paths are less suitable for wheelchairs and pushchairs.
Route Fact File
A few miles west of Selby, just west of Brayton village and south-east of Thorpe Willoughby.
11/4 Miles / 2 Kilometres
Terrain & Gradient:
The path is and well-surfaced throughout (hard and smooth), with a consistent 2 metre width. Mostly gently undulating, however some sections are quite steep.
How To Get There:
By car: Our free car park is located off Barff Lane, just west of Brayton (please note there is a 2 metre height barrier).
From Selby: Follow the A19 heading west. Stay on the A19 as it branches to the left by the town hall. After about 11/2 miles, turn right onto Barff Lane. After about a mile, the car park is on your left.
By public transport: There are bus stops within walking distance of Brayton Barff.