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Public rights of way

We have some excellent countryside paths in the  East Riding and these give you access to the best scenery, the best viewpoints and the best wildlife. Our website provides access to over three hundred routes and there is a route for all ages and abilities.

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Who manages public rights of way?

Many public rights of way run across privately-owned land and the responsibility for looking after rights of way rest with the council although the landowner or farmer has obligations as well.

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