The Centenary Way

The Centenary Way

The Centenary Way was opened in 1989 and was devised to celebrate the 100th anniversary of North Yorkshire County Council. The walk goes from York to the seaside town of Filey. The route crosses the Howardian Hills via Castle Howard and the Yorkshire Wolds via Wharram Percy. It links the Foss Walk in York with the Yorkshire Wolds Way and joins up with the Cleveland Way at Filey. It follows two rivers, the Derwent and Foss. The Wolds Way shares a lengthy section of the walk between Malton and Filey.

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The Cleveland Way – Scarborough to Filey

The Cleveland Way – Scarborough to Filey

The route follows a clifftop path all the way to Filey Brigg. It’s possible to divert down to Cornelian Bay and Cayton Bay if you fancy some time on the beach. For much of the route, the path is very close to the edge of the cliffs. This the final (or first) section of the Cleveland Way and is a relatively easy walk with some beautiful coastal scenery.

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Centenary Way – 10. Toisland Wold to Wharram Le Street

Centenary Way – 10. Toisland Wold to Wharram Le Street

This section of the Centenary Way passes through typical Wolds countryside, a mixture of arable and livestock farmland. The route goes through the picture-postcard village of Thixendale and It also passes through the abandoned village of Wharram Percy.

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