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Walks and footpaths in the parish

Rights of way

This map shows public rights of way (footpaths and bridleways) in the parish.

Map of parish showing rights of way
Rights of way in Terrington parish

A map of all footpaths and bridleways in North Yorkshire, with footpaths and bridleways shown in different colours, is available at North Yorkshire public rights of way. This is a very large file which takes a little time to download as it covers the whole county, but you can zoom in to Terrington to see a very detailed Ordnance Survey map.

Guides to circular walks

There are 4 walks in the parish and other walks in the Howardian Hills on the Howardian Hills AONB web site - Walking.

Accessible Trails

See the Howardian Hills AONB web site - Accessible Trails for Easy Countryside Trails.

Long-distance paths

Two long-distance paths pass through the parish, Centenary Way and Ebor Way.

Centenary Way

This was created in 1989 to celebrate the 100th anniversary of the North Riding County Council (which became, with some loses, North Yorkshire County Council in 1974). The path runs for 82.6 miles from Filey Brigg to York Minster. Locally, it runs from Howthorpe Farm through Terrington, along Mowthorpe Lane to Birkdale Farm, and from there to High Stittenham.

See the Long Distance Walkers Association website - Centenary Way for references and the GPS Cycle and Walking Routes website - Centenary Way for route details and maps.

Ebor Way

This runs for 75.7 miles from Helmsley, where it connects with the Cleveland Way, to Ilkley, where it connects with the Dales Way. Locally, it runs from Howthorpe Farm through Terrington to Primrose Farm and on to Sheriff Hutton.

See the Long Distance Walkers Association website - Ebor Way for references and the GPS Cycle and Walking Routes website - Ebor Way for route details and maps.

Cycling and Riding Routes

See the Howardian Hills AONB web site - Riding for cycling and riding routes.

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This page last updated: 21st December 2021

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