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From the town centre heading east along the riverside walk. Head for the old drawbridge just past the new flood relief pumping station currently under construction. Some lovely spots to stop and gaze across the river. Lovely to do on a sunny day!
It's so nice seeing the city of York from a different perspective by walking along the banks of the River Ouse.
York is justifiably famous for its Roman walls and splendid architecture, the River Ouse walk is a way to view these sites and it's...More
Guess we cannot blame anyone but the heavy rainfall for this one, but it was simply impossible to do the riverside walk with the extreme floods in April of this year... have to come back for the experience later..,
My husband and I often walk the banks of the Ouse when we come to York. Parking in St George's Field car park affords us this on most visits and it is a chance to enjoy the quiet of the city centre before hitting the...More
We walked early in the morning and it was lovely and peaceful. The cruise boats hadn't started and there were not many people about. We had lovely views of the river and banks. We sat and watched geese and enjoyed seeing the city from a...More
York's relationship with the River Ouse is complicated; providing the city with a charming waterfront, but also occasionally threatening, often severe, flooding. The walk alongside however, thankfully, offers no such complications.
The stretch within the city's walls is, perhaps unsurprisingly, the busiest. The eastern part...More