Jervaulx Circular Walk. This page illustrates Walk No. Jervaulx Abbey to Thornton Steward – Circular Walk. Share article This was a walk made of a few walks already done but put together in a different way and was just lovely. Start time: 10:00. Walking past a recreation ground we climbed up a flight of steps and into the town proper. You’ll pass the impressive Danby Hall and cross the River Ure over two historic bridges. It takes you through beautiful parkland, over lush pasture fields and through the historic village of Thornton Steward. Black Swan, Fearby to Masham – 2.5 miles About one hour’s walking time. Masham Wetlands . 2019-08-04 10:30:00 2019-08-04 000:00 Europe/London Jervaulx, Middleham And Danby Hall. Not a problem because that's where we finished the walk. A picturesque walk circular from Jervaulx Abbey to Thornton Steward. After the abbey most of the walk is along the bank of the River Ure to Cover Bridge before climbing back from river level back to East Witton. Great to get outside when it’s not blowing a gale. Scenes in the Yorkshire Dales. After some more pleasant fields we cross the River Cover at Hullo Bridge and ascend fairly steeply up to Middleham Castle. Nearest postcode: HG4 4PH. This stunning walk starts and ends at the fascinating ruins of Jervaulx Abbey. ... On one side is a circular carving of barley seeds which is a nod to Masham’s brewing heritage. Summary: A good walk in the countryside of mid Wensleydale. Additional notes. Grid reference: SE168856. 7 miles. Starting from East Witton the path follows country lanes, forest tracks and across fields to Jervaulx Abbey. A circular walk from Jervaulx Abbey. Jervaulx Abbey tea room car park. Jervaulx Abbey 7.5 mile circular, Sunday, 21st June. The Druids Temple. We started from the Jervaulx abbey tearooms carpark, putting our £1 in the honesty box for the parking and crossing the road to start our walk. 25 Jervaulx Abbey (~7 miles) from Paul Hannon's book Walking Country - Wensleydale in … 10/09/19 Cover Bridge, East Witton, Low Ellingstring, Jervaulx Abbey in a circular manner! The walk actually started from the pub car park, The Cover Bridge Inn, as we didn't realise the public car park was up the road! The current owners take the view that it is a place of peace and enchantment with 180 different kinds of flowers being allowed to grow naturally in any space they choose. The walk starts from the Market Square but we parked in the free car park next to the river just below the town. From Jervaulx Abbey tearooms we will walk up a short stretch of minor road and then through farmland to the village of East Witton. Walk Id: 4031226 (NY06) Northallerton Group We at Northallerton Ramblers pride ourselves on our friendliness and welcoming attitude to new members. At last we had some sunshine this weekend for our walking adventures and we headed to Jervaulx Abbey for a circular walk of approx. Parking at the abbey tearooms. Jervaulx Abbey was a 12th century Monastery that suffered a worse fate in the Dissolution of the Monasteries than Middleham Castle suffered in the English Civil War. Rambles-ramblers-rambling-walks-walking-footpaths-bridleways Yorkshire Dales and North Pennines Index. Jervaulx Abbey 7.5 miles in June. Jervaulx Abbey. This is a circular walk.