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Wetherby Triangle dog walk, West Yorkshire


The old railway line, now part of the Harland way.  The walk is mostly in tree lined railway cuttings and is ideal for a sheltered walk in bad weather or for a shaded walk in summer. Thanks to Archie Lakeland for this walk.


GPS coords for car park: 53.9301, -1.3963  Toilets and food are available in the town. Free parking is available at all town car parks but for direct access to the walk use the Linton road car park.


Head out of the carpark under the road bridge, follow the old railway line as far as you like but for a short walk take the left branch, then turn right at the junction and right again at the next junction (staying on the railway line) to come back to the carpark again. There is a large playing field used for off lead play in the centre of the triangle, follow any of the paths into the triangle to find it.

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Green 50 Points
09 September 2023

Ideal shady walk

Found this stop off walk thanks to this website which was also found by pure accident and what a find. This walk is roughly 5-10 mins drive off the motorway. In the past I’ve avoided coming off too far and just gone to service stations but I’m so glad I found this site as there are countless walks in areas that I wouldn’t have found otherwise. The walk itself is lovely and shady along a disused railway track, ideal on the hot day it was. There were other dog walkers there but it wasn’t crowded. Only downsides were that there were no human toilets (!) and there was a some smashed glass by some recycling bins. It was close to Wetherby centre which looked lovely to walk around of your dog is ok with that and plenty of cafes there. A very good find so thank you.

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Pink 276 Points
26 May 2022

Great walk in wet weather

Thankyou for this information, we would never have found this on our own! The car park was free, the path was not muddy and we met another dog walker who was happy to let her puppy play with our puppy - great to tire him out for the onward journey. The track is in a railway cutting, so they are unlikely to run away.

Edited: 31st January 2023. The details of this listing may have changed, and though the Driving with Dogs team do our best to confirm the accuracy of every listing, we cannot guarantee that the details are fully up to date and accurate. If you know that any aspect of this listing is incorrect, please suggest an edit to let us know.