Mark Reid's 'The Inn Way...to the North York Moors' takes the reader on an 89-mile circular tour of the North York Moors via 31 of its finest inns. From heather-clad ridges of the central moors to lush valleys and picture-postcard villages, this book is a must for anyone who enjoys the Great Outdoors.
'The Inn Way...to the North York Moors' by Mark Reid
ISBN: 978-1-902001-17-3, paperback, 200pp
This guidebook was first published in 2000. Last reprint March 2010 (2nd Edition).
Helmsley to Hutton-le-Hole (14 miles)
Hutton-le-Hole to Levisham (13 miles)
Levisham to Egton Bridge (15 miles)
Stage Four: Egton Bridge to Rosedale Abbey (15 miles)
Stage Five: Rosedale Abbey to Hawnby (16 miles)
Stage Six: Hawnby to Helmsley (16 miles)
89 miles (143km).
The Inn Way...to the North York Moors is a long distance circular walk, divided into six 'day stages' ranging from 13 to 16 miles.
There are 31 pubs along 'The Inn Way'. Each 'day stage' is designed to include a pub at lunchtime and the Overnight Stops offer a choice of pubs and facilities.
This route has been signposted by the North York Moors National Park Authority in recognition to the walk's contribution to sustainable tourism within the National Park. There are three or four signposts per Stage. The route is not waymarked – you will need a guidebook to complete this walk.
OS Explorer map OL26 'North York Moors Western Area'
OS Explorer map OL27 'North York Moors Eastern Area'
Visit as many of the 31 pubs along the route as possible, fill out the 'Log Book' at the back of the book and get a FREE 'Inn Way' Certificate.