There are a wide range of folotpaths in Hunmanby, both urban and rural. The vast majority are not dedicated public rights of way, and are looked after by the village community. The village caretakers cut the grass and strim vegetation, and each month a group of volunteers along with Hunmanby in Bloom conduct a litter pick of the village.

The paths range from 'snickets' or 'ginnels' between residential streets and roads to public rights of way that in less than a mile can take you onto the Yorkshire Wolds or onto vantage points around the village with sea views.

The paths have been numbered with a map and photograph showing the footpath at its starting and finishing point.


Below is a link to the Connecting for Nature blog by Tim Burkinshaw, a local ecologist at Scarborough Council. It spotlights local conservation projects and news through short uplifting articles and has lots of useful links in the resource pages.