Yorkshire Pub Walks

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A pocket-sized, traveller's guide to some of the best walking and finest pubs in Yorkshire. The 25 walks are grouped geographically and explore some of the region's fascinating historical and literary heritage as well as its thriving brewing scene.   The walks vary in length from around two miles in cities to just over 4 to 12 miles in the country, and have been designed to appeal to both casual and more serious walkers. The book contains essential information about local transport and accommodation.  


Important updates about the routes in Yorkshire Pub Walks - please see this page on the CAMRA website.


Published March 2016


Bob Steel is a geographer by profession and has been a schoolteacher for much of his life. A keen walker and cyclist, he combines his interest in good beer with an enthusiasm for architecture in general and traditional pubs in particular.


 


 

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This is a pocket-sized, traveller's guide to some of the best walking and finest pubs in Yorkshire. The walks are grouped geographically and explore some of the region's fascinating historical and literary heritage as well as its thriving brewing scene. The book contains essential information about local transport and accommodation. The walks include: Settle and Upper Ribblesdale; Whitby to Robin Hood's Bay; Brontë country: Haworth and Ponden; Sheffield: Kelham Island and the ‘valley of beer’ and Hull’s old town: a fishy trail.  The book covers towns and cities as well as rural areas,  i.e. Beverley; Hull; Leeds; Sheffield and York. 

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