HaxbySheriff Hutton

Haxshe two
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By Cristie on 25 Jan 2023


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This is an alternative to Haxshe one that fixes the issue of no bridge at 644617. It takes the Foss Walk and Ebor Way through Strensall

This is an alternative to Haxshe one that fixes the issue of no bridge at 644617. It takes the Foss Walk and Ebor Way through Strensall

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Haxby
Grid Ref SE6056658248
Lat / Lon 54.01671° / -1.07717°
Easting / Northing 460,566E / 458,248N
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Sheriff Hutton
Grid Ref SE6505766377
Lat / Lon 54.08922° / -1.00690°
Easting / Northing 465,057E / 466,377N
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Distance

13km/8mi

Ascent

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Descent

33 m

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