The Grey Panthers
17 November 2021, - Pinchinthorpe & Newton-under-Roseberry

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7.0 miles

Explorer Map OL26, - North York Moors (Western Area)

A delightful walk for almost any time of year, though highly recommended in Spring and Autumn when trees can be seen at their best.
The walk is generally straightforward, but there is a fairly steep path, narrow in places, from Roseberry Common down to Roseberry Lane.
Otherwise, good use is made of the railway walkway leading to Pinchinthorpe.

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Start from the car park by the Visitor Centre at the Guisborough Forest walkway, Pinchinthorpe (NZ58474 15223).
Head Eastwards along the Walkway and then take the footpath up through the woods. Continue on the track to Hutton Gate.
Where the track meets the road, turn right and then take the footpath up into Hutton Lowcross Woods.
Continue ahead on the track through the woods to emerge at Roseberry Common.
Just inside the gate that marks the boundary of the National Trust property, take the track downhill that emerges at Roseberry Lane.
Head to Newton-under-Roseberry and St. Oswald's Church.
Continue from the church to Snow Hill Farm, then take the footpath across fields to the Guisborough Forest Walkway.
Return along the Walkway to your starting point.

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