Walks Near Beverley

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    Keldmarsh - 0 Miles
    Trees cover much of the reserve and include alder, beech, crack willow, elderberry, elm, hawthorn, …Similar
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    Oppy Wood - 3 Miles
    Running through the site is a network of paths and tracks.Similar
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    Tophill Low - 5 Miles
    110 hectare nature reserve regularly attracting 150 different species of bird with 13 observation h…Similar
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    Nut Wood - 5 Miles
    Nut Wood, Wauldby Scrogs and Constatine Wood occupy a gentle north-facing slope of small dry valley…Similar
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    East Park - 6 Miles
    The park has surfaced footpaths, animal education centre with a walk-through aviary so that visitor…Similar
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    Fairfield Pit - 8 Miles
    The pit is attractive to wading birds and surface-feeding wildfowl. Breeding birds include coot, mo…Similar
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    Extensive reedbeds (Phragmites, known sometimes as Norfolk Reed) and stands of great reedmace with …Similar
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    The 21-hectare reserve has woods, meadows, ponds and cliffs. The Phoenix Sculpture Trail winds its …Similar
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    The reserve supports over 170 species of breeding, wintering and passage birds, 200 plant species a…Similar
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    The reserve consists of two disused clay pits with associated reedbeds and adjoining scrub and past…Similar
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    Far Ings - 9 Miles
    The Far Ings and Barton Reedbed reserves comprise the open water of Ness Lake and Westfield Lakes, …Similar
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    Waters' Edge Country Park has two sites of special scientific interest and is home to rare birds, p…Similar
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    North Cliffe Wood - 10 Miles
    35 hectare wood with birch, alder, oak and rowan. Bracken has spread and dominates the ground flora…Similar
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    Winteringham Foreshore is an area of saltmarsh bordering the mudflats of the River Humber. There ar…Similar
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    Ulrome Sands - 12 Miles
    This small sandy beach between Barmston and Skipsea is backed by cliffs and a caravan site. And is …Similar
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    A complex of four flooded clay pits with associated rough grassland and scrub. Islands and promonto…Similar
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    Millington Wood - 13 Miles
    The reserve has many tree species. Through spring, a walk in the bluebell-carpeted woodland has a s…Similar
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    Blacktoft Sands - 14 Miles
    On the reserve, there are 6 hides, 1 viewing screen, 1.2 km long trail. At the site, there are tida…Similar
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    Wayrham Picnic Site - 15 Miles
    A good starting point for exploring the northern Wolds. The site is rich in summer flowers and butt…Similar
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    Eastrington Ponds - 15 Miles
    A short walk of less than 1km around the pond passes the bird feeding station. Also a longer 2km tr…Similar
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    Saltmarshe Delph - 17 Miles
    4 hectares to the south-east of the railway line and 1.5 hectares to the north. About half is open …Similar
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    The landscape is characterised by large fields and occasional blocks of woodland, many of which are…Similar
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    Howden Marsh - 18 Miles
    The reserve has flood meadows and ponds with boardwalk and paths.Similar
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    Danes Dyke - 20 Miles
    Danes Dyke Local Nature Reserve acquires its name from the ancient ditch and bank earthwork, which …Similar
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    A path that follows the riverside.Similar
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