I am planning a weeks walking holiday in East Yorkshire beginning 3rd July, and deciding on which walk / what places to walk is proving difficult! There are so many suggested walks to choose from, inland, coastal and heritage that there's truly something for everything.
We are also wanting to have one day of a longer walk between 12-18 miles, and then 4 more days of between 8 - 10 miles of different moderation's, seeing as we are pretty new to walking we don't want to over do it, but also need to increase the length and difficulties of our walks so that we can prepare for some of the longer distance walks which abound around here.
Also we need to consider do we want an established walk or a walk whereby a OS map and navigation is needed - for me that detracts a little from the scenery around you, but again this might just be because I am new to walking for my pleasure. A few directions/instructions of course, but i don't want to miss something because I'm map reading, its not so much fun - again though if i want to take on the challenge of a longer distance path then re-establishing my map reading skills will be essential ;o(
I'm going to try and put an itinerary together this week and report back - if you have any suggestions though please let me know, I'm open to some help ;o)