Snaith and Cowick Walking Group

Formed 2007

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The Snaith and Cowick Walking Group was formed on 2007 to offer guided walks  on Tuesdays.

Snaith’s location on the Trans Pennine Trail, the very popular Heritage Walks and the fact that Snaith is a Walkers are Welcome town, have all contributed to an increase in walking in the area.

From January 2017 there will be a short guided walk EVERY TUESDAY, starting at Snaith Station FREE Car Park at 10am.
In addition, there will be a long walk on the third Thursday of every month. 

The group welcomes new walkers and anyone can join any of the walks on offer. 
No need to book – just turn up. Unfortunately we cannot accept dogs as we may be walking where cattle are present. Children under 16 must be accompanied by an adult.

SPECIAL WALKS. We are often asked to arrange and lead walks for groups at a day and time to suit them. If you would like us to arrange a walk for your group, please contact one of the Group Leaders

Walk leaders are

Keith Greenwood Tel:  01405 86116
Graham Hulme Tel:  01405 862465
Eric Hardman Tel:  01405 862520

FORTHCOMING WALKS ARE LISTED BELOW

10am EVERY TUESDAY from Snaith Station Car Park              Short Walk

Long Walk in July
THURSDAY 20th July.

An 8 mile circular walk around OAKHILL NATURE RESERVE and also along the canal towpath. Easy walking in a splendid environment. A packed lunch is advisable. Starting from OAKHILL NATURE RESERVE CAR PARK, Tom Pudding Way (next to Tesco Distribution Warehouse) DN14 9XL at 10:30am. 

Long Walk in August
THURSDAY 19th August

A circular walk of 6.25 miles around Carlton Fields. Starting from Snaith Station Car Park, George Street DN14 9HY at 10am.

Long Walk in September
THURSDAY 21st September

A circular walk of 9 miles around The Newland Peninsular, with splendid views of the confluence of the Rivers Ouse and Aire. A packed lunch is advisable. Starting from Drax Village Hall, Castle Hill Lane Drax YO8 8NP at 10am.

Snaith and Cowick Town Council endeavour to keep all public footpaths in their area well signed and accessible but in the unlikely event of you experiencing a problem please report it to the Council using the contact page on this website.