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North York Moors Walk
Dundale Pond from Levisham

Nat Park - North York Moors - North York Moors East

County/Area - North Yorkshire

Author - Lou Johnson

Length - 4.8 miles / 7.8 km    Ascent - 750 feet / 227 metres

Time - 3 hours 10 minutes    Grade - easy

Start - OS grid reference SE831906
Lat 54.304255 // Long -0.724433
Postcode YO18 7NL (approx. location only)
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Walk Route Description

Photo from the walk - Dundale Pond from Levisham

This short circular North York Moors walk starts from the village of Levisham (grid ref. SE831906) where limited parking is available. Do remember to park with courtesy so that residents' access is not inhibited. The village does still have a pub, the Horseshoe Inn, where your patronage will be welcome.

After parking walk west along the no through road continuing onto a footpath that continues to the edge of Keldgate Slack Wood (grid ref. SE824905). Turn right on the path down the incline before turning left up to Levisham Station on the North York Moors steam railway. If you are lucky you will see steam trains in operation. Walk north up the road towards Levisham, talking the path to Dundale Pond at grid ref. SE828918).

From Dundale Pond continue east along Dundale Griff towards Levisham Beck. After approximately one kilometre along this path you reach a junction (grid ref. SE838917). Turn right signed to Levisham and follow the woodland path until you reach a road (grid ref SE832902). Turn right along this road back into the Levisham.



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Walk 1922 Goathland & Howl Moors - moderate - 11.2 miles/18.2 km

Walk 2325 Troutsdale Circular - moderate - 10.1 miles/16.4 km

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