In the Yorkshire Post there is a lovely piece about the Walkers are Welcome Scheme .
We are proud to be part of this. Thank you to the numerous folks from our Rosedale community who freely give their time to make it happen every year.
“Gary Verity, chief executive of the region’s tourism body Welcome to Yorkshire, hailed another reason to be proud of the county.
“Yorkshire is famous for its warm welcome and generous hospitality, and for yet another Yorkshire town to receive Walkers Are Welcome status goes to show that the county’s famous hello remains very much part of its charm.
“And now with 25 towns and villages across the county recognised by the Walkers Are Welcome scheme, Yorkshire is reigning supreme as one of the nation’s top destinations for ramblers, amblers and hikers.”
Rosedale is fully Walkers are Welcome accredited.
The Rosedale Walking Festival is in 13th & 14th June. Two days of walks led by volunteers from our community and who love the place!
Walks to be announced soon, though there is a sign on the village green advertising this wonderful community led event, and the festival is over two days, you can walk anytime you like on the numerous beautiful paths that cover our dale, anytime of the year.
If you want local knowledge, a local guide, enjoy Rosedale from a new perspective come along to one of the guided walks this June.