This pleasant 1.5 mile stroll from the centre of Beverley takes you along the banks of Beverley's historic waterway, up to the River Hull and back. This kilometre long waterway was once the heart ofBeverley’s thriving industrial centre. Along the way you'll find moorings, old barges, a boatyard and opportunities for fishing in the Beck.

Beverley Beck
To start the walk, go out of the town centre, behind the new Flemingate retail development. Here you'll see the beck in front of you. As this is a circular walk, you can start from the left bank or the right bank. Set off walking towards the bridge. If its moored up, you may see the Syntan barge on the right bank. This floating museum is also available for day trips on the River Hull. Carry on under the bridge until you reach the far end of the beck, where it joins the River Hull. Here you can cross over the lock and return to Beverley along the opposite bank.