|Centenary Way, North Yorkshire|
|Length||83 mi (134 km)|
|Designation||UK National Trail|
|Trailheads||York Minster, North Yorkshire|
and Filey, North Yorkshire
The Centenary Way is a route devised to celebrate the 100th anniversary of North Yorkshire County Council. It was opened by Chris Brasher in 1989 to mark the Centenary of the governance by County Councils.
Meeting the Derwent and Foss, the walk combines riverside walks in deep valleys with forest tracks.Part of the route overlaps with the Yorkshire Wolds Way which also ends at Filey along with the Cleveland Way.
Finish: - Filey Brigg, North Yorkshire
Waymark: Letters CW on standard waymarks
Places along the Centenary Way
The route of the Centenary Way passes close to or through the following places:
- York Minster
- New Earswick
- Sheriff Hutton
- Castle Howard
- Low Hutton
- North Grimston
- Wharram Percy
- West Heslerton
- Potter Brompton
Places in italics are slightly off the main route.
- "Centenary Way (North Yorkshire)". Long Distance Walkers Association. Retrieved 16 December 2009.
- The Centenary Way from Filey Brigg to York Minster
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