This page will be used to list other websites
which I have found to be particularly useful in helping me to plan various
walks, or for sites with landscape images which I have enjoyed.
York Moors CAM
||Don Burluraux's website for photographs
and walks in Cleveland and the North York Moors.
||With over 9400 pages of walking information, including
many walk descriptions, "Walking Britain" is dedicated to
the footpaths that cross the landscape. The National Parks feature
strongly in the lists of walks including the Lake District, the Peak
District and Snowdonia, not to mention the Yorkshire Dales.
||A website with walking guides for the hills and dales
of Yorkshire and NE England.
Esk Valley Railway
||The Esk Valley Railway connects the rural communities
in the North Yorkshire Moors with the city of Middlesbrough and the
historic seaside town of Whitby. The railway also offers an enjoyable,
environmentally-friendly and stress-free way to view and explore this
magnificent landscape and lovely villages.
On this website you will find inspiration for days out and practical
information to help you plan your journey.
Our Stones Campaign at Burley-in-Wharfedale
||The aim of the Save Our Stones campaign is to restore
the Right Of Way across the River Wharfe at Burley by bringing the
stepping stones to more usable state.
||Some of the best images from the Grey Panther walks,
- displayed on Edward Nicholl's photography website.
|| Images from the Derbyshire/Nottinghamshire border
based on ILKESTON and the Erewash Valley through the lens of Garth
||A walking group from Beverley who are out every week
of the year, and whose website contains plenty of photos and ideas
for walks in the area.
||Yorkshire Walkers', Ramblers', Hikers' Groups, on the
website "My Yorkshire", - celebrating all that's best in
God's Own County.
||A small photography club in the village of Carlton,