Access • Advice • Adventure

Experience Community is a not-for-profit Community Interest Company that provides films and information about walks and other leisure activities for disabled people and the wider community. Because different people have varying abilities we don’t say what is or isn’t accessible, we simply provide information so that you can decide if the activity is suitable for your needs. We hope that through providing the videos you can see exactly what the walk or activity has to offer. In addition to this, we also provide written information, maps, photos and links to other websites so that you can really get a grasp of what to expect.

Bearing all of this in mind, it’s important that you watch the films of the places that you’re interested in visiting and look at the other relevant information to make sure it’s going to be a good experience for you.

We’re also interested in building communities through our work, so we provide walking and activity group sessions so people can make new friends and learn from each others’ experiences. Although we’re a not-for-profit organisation, we do have to charge for these sessions as the money raised helps us maintain our work, including researching new walks and filming them for the community to share and enjoy. However, we do try to keep our charges as low as possible and the walks featured on our website start from £10.00 per person.

For further information and enquiries please contact us

A wheelchair user at Sutton Bank Cleveland Way Circular - This route takes in part of the Cleveland Way at Sutton Bank in the North York Moors National Park is approximately 5.5 miles long. The vet and author James Herriot is reported to have said that the view from Sutton Bank over the Vale of Mowbray and the Vale of York are the “finest in England” and there isn’t much Continue Reading
A Tufted Duck at the Peatlands Spring at Humberhead Peatlands - The Humberhead Peatlands National Nature Reserve is made up of Thorne, Goole, Crowle Moors and Hatfield Moors and is managed by Natural England. The reserve is the remnants of wetland that occupied the floodplain of the Humberhead Levels thousands of years ago and is a Special Area of Conservation (SAC) for its habitat. It is internationally important breeding site for Continue Reading
Skipwith Church Spring at Skipwith Common - This is a longer route around Skipwith Common, which is one of Natural England’s National Nature Reserves (NNR) and a Site of Special Scientific Interest (SSSI). The reserve is one of the last remaining areas of lowland heath and it is managed by Escrick Park Estates with the support of Natural England. Skipwith Common was also an Royal Air Force Continue Reading
  • Inclusive Walking with Experience Community – The Land Trust

    Another post on the #Walkshire Blog, this time with Jane about using her Mountain Trike eTrike at Frickley Country Park (Pontefract) and Brodsworth Community Woodland (Doncaster).

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  • Craghoppers Ambassador

    We’re really pleased that Our Managing Director has been asked to be a Craghoppers Ambassador to further promote inclusive access to outdoor activities for all. Thanks to Craghoppers for their support and interest in our work at Experience Community.

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  • Inclusive Walking with Experience Community – St Aidan’s

    Pete loves getting out with his dog, Merlin and taking some amazing wildlife photographs - check them out at Inclusive Walking with Experience Community – St Aidan’s.

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  • Inclusive Walking with Experience Community – Newmillerdam

    The second of our Welcome to Yorkshire blog posts is now available and Marie is talking about why she loves Newmillerdam, Wakefield and how her Mountain Trike has enabled her to get off the main track into the woodlands

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  • Walkshire

    We've started working with Welcome to Yorkshire on their Walkshire Campaign and as part of the project we'll be writing regular articles on their blog - here's the first of them about why our Founder, Craig Grimes set up Experience Community.

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