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Home / The Ebor Way 2010-11 
The Ebor Way is a walk, taking its name from Eboracum, Roman York. From Ilkley in Wharfedale through the Cow and Calf Rocks on the edge of Ilkley Moor to climb the gritstone outcrops of the Chevin and on to Harewood. The route turns to Whetherby and on to Tadcaster along the banks of the River Ouse heads off for Sherrif Hutton Castle, and crosses undulating farmland to Terrington and Hovingham from there to the market to York.The city is crossed on the path along its medieval walls from where the River Foss is followed to Strensall. It then town of Helmsley.A distance of 122 km / 76 miles
- 01. Leaving Harewood behind us.
- 02. Stan reaches the top of Keswick Fitt.
- 03. Girls amble up Keswick also fitt!!
- 04.Group pose reaching Linton!
- 05. Out of Wetherby!
- 06. Approaching Thorpe Arch.
- 07. A short climb before lunch.
- 08.Group pose at Tadcaster.
- 09.Group pose on the Roman Road.
- 10. A macabre inspection!
- 11. York arrivals.
- 12. Millenium bridge in the rain.
- 13. Only way to fit in Sherrif Hutton Castle!
- 14.After lunch in Sherrif Hutton.
- 15. Making the top of a tough climb.
- 16.A short rest and a chat for Tricia & Jennie!