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The section of the trail from north of Osmotherley to the remote Broworth Crossing is a roller-coaster section but has magnficent views - north to Teesside, regular glimpses of the iconic Roseberry Topping, but best of all glorious moorland views along all the higher sections....More
We started at Sutton Bank and walked through the snow looking down at Gosmire Lake which was covered in ice and fantastic views all the way along the cliff top. We only walked for 2 hours as windy and very cold but on a better...More
We only walked a small section near to our campsite between Whitby and Robin Hoods bay, but what we did was beautiful with high cliffs, fields and woodlands. If I had the time and the inclination I would certainly walk more of it
Whilst celebrating our wedding anniversary in Whitby, we decided to take a walk to blow away the cobwebs after the night before. We chose to take the Cleveland Way from Whitby to Robin Hoods Bay. The 6.5 mile walk starts on a path just behind...More
What a footpath. I followed the footpath between Whitby and Staithes and it was simply beautiful. Unspoilt clifs and seaviews. Amazing.
Should cary some drinks and some food as very little is available along this path. Some can ge found at Runswick Bay.
This year we finished the second half of the Cleveland Way undertaking the section from Saltburn to Filey and it was just as pretty as we expected it to be if not moreso.
There is a reasonable amount of climbing to be done but it's...More
I walked almost entire trail, skipping just last stage from Scarborough to Filey. It took me 5 days (in average 32km per day).
First part of trail is along the moors that are about 100m higher than the surrounding area, so you always have great...More
you can join the trail at Whitby and follow part of the trail to Robin Hoods Bay and you will enjoy a sea view all the way. There is a pay and display car park adjacent to the abbey and the path is close by.
We were staying fairly close to the National Trust Centre at Ravenscar, so we were able to walk in both directions, but on separate days.
The first circular walk from Ravenscar to Stoupe Brow has spectacular scenery along the coast and is well worth a...More
Wonderful area and I'm so lucky yo have this area on my doorstep. Moorland Heather just coming intobloom. Great swathes of purple Heather. Sea views all around. Wonderful photo opportunities and if walking is your thing, lots of coastal walks. Fantastic moorland villages to explore...More