Walks

The landscape in Yorkshire & Durham is truly wonderful to behold, and we have put together a set of walks for you if you wish to go venturing and see for yourself on foot during your stay at Kip & Nook.

Easby Abbey

The impressive ruins of Easby Abbey lie in picturesque surroundings by the River Swale in North Yorkshire. Easby is one of the best preserved monasteries of the Premonstratensian 'white canons', with the magnificent refectory, gatehouse and canons' dormitory remaining. The parish church within the precinct, which is still in use, contains rare 13th century wall paintings.

Billy Bank Woods

This walk takes you along the banks of the River Swale and through rough pasture behind Round Howe. You'll see fields that are being managed for wild flowers and steep sided hills cloaked in ancient woodland with distant views of Richmond. There are plenty of places to sit on the riverbank for a picnic and you'll even be able to skim stones in places!

Low Force Waterfall

Part of the River Tees in beautiful Upper Teesdale. Low Force tumbles over the Whin Sill, a layer of hard dolerite rock (known locally as whinstone). The Whin Sill formed 295 million years ago from molten rock, which cooled and solidified underground. Today, after millions of years of erosion it is exposed as rocky landscape features at Low Force, High Force and other places in Upper Teesdale.

Roseberry Topping

Distinctive and iconic landmark with fine views across North Yorkshire and Cleveland. Roseberry Topping is open for visitors, and you don't need to book to visit. We encourage everyone to observe social distancing measures. Please stay local if possible to avoid creating hotspots.

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