Walk of the Month - October
Our friends at the Yorkshire Wolds Way are putting together some walks in the area which can be accessed by bus. They're a great way to get out and about in the beautiful Yorkshire countryside.
October's walk (sorry, we didn't have time to do a walk in September!) is a little different from normal. It is aimed at people in the Driffield area, and uses a rural bus service you might not have used before.
Discover art and the dry valleys near Fridaythorpe
This bus walk has been designed for users from Driffield, who can use the 135 EYMS service to get to Fridaythorpe.The route is a superb chance to discover the dry valleys that are the unique and stunning features of the Yorkshire Wolds landscape. At the same time there are two artworks that can be admired along the Way, both part of the WANDER art project. The bus will drop you off right at the first art feature! This is the walkers' rest/bus shelter at Fridaythorpe, with its attractive design leading you through the shelter and down to the Village pond. The second is the incredible earth spiral that makes up “Waves and Time”, nestling into a meeting point of several dry valleys
- Distance: 7 miles (11km)
- Duration: allow 4 to 4 1/2 hours
- Difficulty: This is a moderate circular walk, with a few ups and downs but no major climbs
See a map and more details of the Fridaythorpe walk.
How to reach Fridaythorpe
From Driffield the 135 bus serves Fridaythorpe. It can be used on Tuesdays and Thursdays. We suggest that you catch the 11.40am bus from Driffield, which drops you at Fridaythorpe at 12.05pm. Enjoy this great walk and be sure to be back in time for the return bus to Driffield at 5.35pm. If you have time at the start, why not pop into the popular Seaways café at Fridaythorpe, which has been delighting customers for many years http://www.seawayscafefridaythorpe.co.uk/
See the Service 135 timetable.
Depending on where you're travelling from, you may be able to catch Service 121 to and from Driffield, where you can change onto the Service 135. For advice on connections, please ring BusLine on 01482 59 29 29 (open Mon-Sat 8am-6pm).
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