Butterfly Walks

Do you have a favourite Butterfly Walk in Yorkshire?

The branch is collecting information on favourite butterfly walks in the county with the intention of publishing a book or leaflet so that other people can also enjoy the walks.

Could you provide details of your favourite walk to be included in the publication?

Walks should be on public access land as we will not be able to publish those on private property.

Please contact Martin Partridge if you would like to contribute an idea towards a walk

Martin will also be able to answer any queries that you might have martin.partridge@yorkshirebutterflies.org.uk

Here are a few to start things off:

Find a walk near you using our interactive map

Appleton Common Butterfly Walk.pdf
Fordon Chalk Bank Butterfly Walk.pdf
Three Hagges Woodmeadow Butterfly Walk.pdf
Crowle Moors Butterfly Walk.pdf
Kiplingcotes Chalk Pit Butterfly Walk.pdf
Ledsham Bank Butterfly Walk.pdf
Bishop Wood Butterfly Walk.pdf
Brockadale Butterfly walk.pdf
Fen Bog Butterfly Walk.pdf
Commondale Butterfly Walk.pdf
Hawnby Hill Butterfly Walk.pdf
Ellerburn Banks Butterfly Walk.pdf
Yatts Farm Butterfly Walk.pdf
Boltby Forest Butterfly Walk.pdf
South Gare Butterfly Walk.pdf
Swarth Moor Butterfly Walk.pdf
Shipley Station Butterfly Walk.pdf
St Aidans Butterfly Walk.pdf
Fairburn Ings Butterfly Walk.pdf
Letchmire Pastures Butterfly Walk.pdf
These publications have been produced with care to ensure accuracy of the routes and associated information. Yorkshire branch of Butterfly Conservation cannot accept responsibility for errors, omissions and changes in the details presented. While the butterfly walks described use public rights of way, open access land and permissive paths normally open to the public, the countryside is not static and landowners may temporarily divert or close access for a designated period. Please refrain from bringing nets , they are only to be used for scientific study.