Yorkshire Wolds Way: Epilogue

A final gadabout Filey, before the epic journey home.

Yorkshire Wolds Way Day 5 (Part 2): Muston to Filey

Mysteriously painted bicycles, strange games, the seaside, and a finale overlooking a town.

Yorkshire Wolds Way Day 5 (Part 1): Ganton to Muston

The slow walk to Filey, a secret base, an abandoned car, and a multitude of dales

The Walks

Walking is what it's all about. Well this site anyway.

So delve on in and read the journeys I've taken on various long distance routes in the United Kingdom, by selecting a walk below:

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Yorkshire Wolds Way Day 4 (Part 2): Wintringham to Ganton

A mighty forest, a curious work of art, the Vale of York and an extremely large amount of scampi.

Yorkshire Wolds Way Day 4 (Part 1): Wharram-le-Street to Wintringham

Grey skies, a drop of rain, an abandoned church, and one of the best views on the whole of the Yorkshire Wolds Way.

Yorkshire Wolds Way Day 3 (Part 2): Fridaythorpe to Wharram-le-Street

North Yorkshire is entered, there’s more art to admire, speed is discussed, and a deserted village with ruined church is reached.

Two minutes of wheat from the Yorkshire Wolds Way

Who wants to watch two minutes of video of wheat? That’s right. You do. There’s young wheat. There’s wheat that’s reached its teenage years. There’s wheat that’s feeling a bitContinue Reading

Planning a Trip

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My Books

Don't want to read on the website? Well fear not dear reader, for you can buy books covering the tales of several of my walks.


One of the best things about walking is all the great views you get to see. So why not head off on a photographic tour of the walks I've been on?


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About Rambling Man

Across Britain are a network of long distance footpaths and trails. Rambling Man is a website dedicated to telling the tales of one Andrew Bowden as he walks some of those paths.

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