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Can anyone help please? Travelling from Leeds to Driffield which route can I take to avoid that big hill on way to East Coast?

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You could take the A1079 at York and go via Pocklington and follow the route the buses use to get to Driffield.

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M62 then A164 to Beverley then north to Driffield.

 

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M62 then A164 to Beverley then north to Driffield.

 

John.

Agree. .

 

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Me too, but, don't try driving through Beverley very narrow streets, go around it! Unlike me the first time I went on that route!

 

 

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M62 to Howden then A614 through to Driffield. On this route there are no steep hills, no urban areas with tricky roundabouts and only speed restrictions in Howdenn, Holme upon Spalding Moor, Middleton on the Wolds and Bainton to look out for. A normal caravanning route for me as I live in the East Riding.

 

John

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If you are talking about Garrowby Hill I would suggest that if you can't get up that your tug/'van match is poor. It is a long climb but it isn't too bad.

 

You can of course go A64 to Malton then through Norton and down the B1248. Easy road, little traffic, and probably the easiest route from Leeds - albeit that means you will have to go up Barton Hill instead!

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M62 to Howden then A614 through to Driffield. On this route there are no steep hills, no urban areas with tricky roundabouts and only speed restrictions in Howdenn, Holme upon Spalding Moor, Middleton on the Wolds and Bainton to look out for. A normal caravanning route for me as I live in the East Riding.

John

That's the route i take to Bempton and Flamborough each month. .

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