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A coastal view from the Cleveland Way

Circular and Linear Walks

This  circular walk takes in the majestic heights of Roseberry Topping.  An iconic feature, seen for miles from much of North Yorkshire and Cleveland, its distinct form gives it the nickname of the Yorkshire Matterhorn. It was also voted the 6th most Romantic place in the World to propose in the World Travel Awards!

This is the land where the famous explorer Captain Cook grew up and you will see reminders of him in many places, not least at Captain Cooks Monument on Easby Moor.  There are some real delights to this walk as it wanders through woodlands and across heather moorland.

  • Distance:  7.3 miles (11.7km)
  • Duration:  allow 5 hours including breaks
  • Difficulty:  This is a strenuous walk with some steep climbs

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It might only be a shade under 3 miles, but this is a real adventure walk for all the family, with some awe-inspiring views into the bargain.  There's a striking panorama of Middlesbrough, the Cleveland plain, Roseberry Topping and Cook's Mounument, and you'll get amazing views both on the outward leg and then - after a stiff, stepped climb - on the return section that follows the Cleveland Way National Trail across Cringle Moor.  The start of the trail is in the privately owned Lord Stones Country Park, where there's access to the ancient stone that gives the walk its name - as well as parking, a cafe-restaurant and local produce shop.

* Distance:   2.75 miles (4.4km)

* Duration:   2 hours

* Difficulty:   Moderate - its a short walk but it does include a big up and down

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Part of the Try a Trail series, here is a perfect walk for a weekend.  It follows the northern escarpment of the Cleveland Way from Kildale through to the sea at Saltburn.  The recommended overnight stop is at Guisborough. There are many highlights to the route, including Captain Cooks Monument, Roseberry Topping, Gisborough Priory and the delightful seaside settlement of Saltburn by the Sea.  There are also great rail connections to both ends at Kildale and Saltburn via Middlesbrough.

  • Distance:  16.6 miles (26.7km)
  • Duration:  Two day walk - Day 1 about 5 hours and Day 2 also about 5 hours
  • Difficulty:  This is a moderate walk

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This is a fantastic two day walk taking in the jewels of the North Yorkshire Coast.  Take a weekend to explore this superb section of the Cleveland Way starting from Whitby and travelling  to Scarborough, with an overnight stop at the enchanting village of Robin Hood's Bay.  There are endless highlights to this route, the cliff scenery, Whitby Abbey, Ravenscar and the rocky cove of Hayburn Wyke to name but a few.

  • Distance:  20.8 miles (33.5km)
  • Duration:  Two days - Day 1 about 5 hours, Day 2 about 8 hours
  • Difficulty:  Moderate - there are plenty of ups and downs along this walk

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This short circular walk  is a great way to appreciate the moorland fringe of the North York Moors National Park. Starting from Square Corner it descends on an attractive stone slab path to reach the delightful village of Osmotherley. This picture postcard village has been welcoming holiday makers and day trippers for over a hundred years and has good facilities with several pubs and cafes.  Further on the walk climbs back onto the moors, taking in a length of the historic Hambleton Drove Road.

  • Distance: 4.8 miles (7.8km)
  • Duration: allow 3 to 3 1/2 hours including breaks
  • Difficulty:  Moderate

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This is a circular walk on an attractive coastal section of the Cleveland Way at Ravenscar.  Ravenscar is a great spot to visit, with a unique history - it is known as the "Town that never was" and outstanding views across the coast to Robin Hoods Bay. It also houses the National Trust Visitor Centre, where there is plenty of good advice and drinks and light snacks are available, as well as the Ravenscar Tea Rooms and Raven Hall Hotel

This is a  walk of great contrasts. Firstly the dramatic cliff top experience, then a chance to walk on the old railway line between Scarborough and Whitby before culminating in a visit to the fascinating site of the Peak Alum Works.

  • Distance:  6 miles (9.5km)
  • Duration:  allow 3 1/2 to 4 hours including breaks
  • Difficulty:  this is a fairly easy walk

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This is a moderate walk on good tracks, but with gradients up to 1:15. The Saltburn Valley Gardens are a maze of pleasant paths and tracks with seats at frequent intervals. Refreshments, a Woodland Centre, children’s play areas and a miniature railway can all be enjoyed – all set in a mix of formal gardens and ‘wild’ woodland.

The walk is likely to be suitable for people with impaired mobility or with a pushchair, wheelchair or mobility scooter.

The walk can be done without steps or stiles, though alternative stepped sections are also described. The path condition will vary depending on the weather.



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This 5¼ mile / 8.5km walk uses the Cleveland Way National Trail along the Sutton Bank escarpment, which means you can enjoy outstanding views across the Vale of Mowbray to the distant Yorkshire Dales. It also takes in some of the Sutton Bank ‘Cliff’ cycle route, which winds through the woods and across the fields.

There are no steps or stiles and so the walk is likely to be suitable for people with a wheelchair, mobility scooter, hand cycle mountain bikes or mountain trikes.



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