Late last year bob adams set out to walk the length of the river foss starting from york s blue bridge. I think the route designers must have run out of options here because the finger post on the path beside the river foss indicates that this is the route of the centenary way the ebor way and the foss walk.
Why not join and enjoy the river foss.
River foss walk. Adopt and monitor a short stretch of the foss. The 28 miles trail follows footpaths along or near the river foss starting from its confluence with the ouse in york se 605511 and finishing at its source pond head se 528695 four miles from easingwold. All routes follow the river foss.
The walk follows footpaths along or near the river foss from its confluence with the ouse in the historic city of york to its source at pond head four miles from easingwold the finish. A walk to thomason foss waterfalls places to visit things to do setting out from the small hamlet of beck hole in the north yorkshire moors national park this 500m walk takes you to quite an attractive waterfall called thomason foss. Come for a daytime or evening walk.
The foss walk follows much of the river course from blue bridge to oulston reservoir and on to easingwold a distance of 28 miles 45 km. There are bridges at multiple points along the river so it makes it easy to do long or short walks. As a member you will enjoy the many varied activities we run.
Here we catch up with the second two legs of his journey from haxby to sheriff hutton. The walk passes through strensall sheriff hutton crayke and oulston. The river foss in york is a really lovely place for dog walking.
The route links with the ebor way and the centenary way near strensall. Part of the howardian way near yearsley and both the ebor way and centenary way as far as west lilling also follow the foss for part of their way. Path by the river foss at strensall.
Help with litter picks weed management and other activities. You can walk all the way from the city centre up into haxby along either side of the river. Follow the river foss from the historic city of york to easingwold on this lovely riverside walk through yorkshire.
You will pass several pretty villages including strensall sheriff hutton haxby crayke and oulston. As a member you will enjoy the many varied activities we run. See centenary way north yorkshire.
Come for a daytime or evening walk. There are other footpaths that lead away from the river around the huntington area too. Why not join and enjoy the river foss.
Help with litter picks weed management and other activities. Adopt and monitor a short stretch of the foss.