Centenary Way – 4. Sheriff Hutton to Huskit Hill via Terrington

Centenary Way – 4.  Sheriff Hutton to Huskit Hill via Terrington

Sheriff Hutton to Huskitt Hill Leaving Sheriff Hutton behind, this 6.2 mile section starts in farmland in the Vale of York and climbs gently into the Howardian Hills. Along the way, you’ll pass arable and livestock fields, a variety of woodland, the hamlet of High Stettenham and the village of Terrington where you’ll find an excellent shop and tearoom. There are some quite spectacular views as well. This is a very pleasant section of the…

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The Yorkshire Arboretum, North Yorkshire

The Yorkshire Arboretum, North Yorkshire

An arboretum is simply a botanical collection which is made up of trees. Generally, it is intended to be a place for scientific study. Just as a zoo educates people about animals and preserves endangered species, arboretums are places where endangered trees and plants can be grown and protected in order to preserve them. I used to be a frequent traveller through the Castle Howard estate, I lived nearby. I must have passed this site…

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