1. Cross Far Ings Road, bearing slightly right to a path opposite, cross the footbridge over the drain walking between two lakes.
2. Approaching some trees (which surround the Blow Wells) bear left on a good path, passing two lakes on your left.
3. The path emerges at a road junction (Dam Road is opposite); bear right uphill up Gravel Pit Road.
4. At the first and only crossroads, turn right along Westfield Road.
5. At a public footpath sign on the right, turn right onto a good path between hedges leading downhill, crossing a wooden walkway revealing a quarry below left. Continue to the bottom of the hill.
6. As the path levels out a public footpath leads left, beyond a hedge another path goes left or right. Either of the paths to the left are correct both leading to the same rough route.
7. Turn right along this lane, continuing ahead ignoring a lane (Far Ings Road) coming in from the right.
8. The lane ends at a small public car park at the river, on the left here is the Chowder Ness Foreshore project, we turn right through a kissing gate along a wide grit path (Viking Way) along the Humber flood bank.
9. Some steps or a curving downward ramp lead to a wide track between hedges leading away from the river, follow this path.
10. Turn right through a gate, in a few yards the car park can be seen on our left.