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What to expect from the walk:
Along grassy paths, through farmland with stocked fields, some steep inclines and muddy surfaces in bad weather conditions. Barriers include stiles, bridle gates, steps and narrow footbridges.
Distance: 6.5km / 4 Miles
Postcode: DL1 3LA (nearest)
Grid Ref: NZ 29315 21015
POINTS OF INTEREST ALONG THIS WALK
Often seen perched on top of bushes. Listen carefully, it sounds like he's singing 'a little bit of bread and no cheese'. What does it sound like to you? Click the image to discover more about The Yellowhammer Image - Harry Hogg
A tall plant, with distinctive tube-shaped, magenta flowers arranged around the stem. Like many of our native plants, they are an excellent source of nectar for bees. Click the image to discover more about the Foxglove. Image - Richard Burkmarr
It has a distinctively pointy nose, and tiny eyes, It lives life in the fast lane, eating every 2-3 hours to survive. Although it looks like a long-nosed mouse, it is a much closer relative of hedgehogs and moles. Click the image to discover more about the common shrew.