We have walking trails to suit all in Dalby Forest.
Adderstone Rigg Walk
Short route 2.4km (1.5miles) Long route 4.5km (3 miles) follows forest paths and roads with views over Dalby Forest.
Approx 2.4km (1.5miles). Steep paths leading to the amazing natural sandstone sculputures of the Bridestones.
Deepdale Habitate Trail
This is a fairly strenuous trail, but there is plenty to see along the way, including a forest nature reserve. It is hilly with a section of steep slope to negotiate.
Ellerburn Red Trail
A 2 mile short loop or 2.5 mile long easy access trail. The trail runs alongside Ellerburn Beck.
Jerry Noddle Trail
4.5km (2.8miles) Spectacular views at Jerry Noddle over the Upper Langdale Valley. Mostly forest roads with sections off-road.
0.6km (0.4miles) Easy access trail. Circles Staindale Lake along boardwalks and well surfaced paths. Great views across the water and its wildlife.
Pexton Moor Trail
2.4km (1.5miles) Outstanding views over the Dalby Dales and Ellerburn along a route through a range of woodland habitats.
The Woodcock Way
4.8km (3miles) to 7km (4.5miles) Fantiastic views over the North York Moors. Mostly forest roads, some uneven paths, some hills.
2km (1.25miles) Easy access trail. Wonderful views of Bickley and Deepdale. Following compacted stone paths and forest roads.
Last updated: 16th November 2015