The Cleveland Way – Helmsley to Sutton Bank

The Cleveland Way – Helmsley to Sutton Bank

The first part of the Cleveland Way starts in Helmsley and after ten and a half miles, finishes at the visitor centre in Sutton Bank. The route climbs gradually out the wooded valley of the River Rye to reach the escarpment of the Hambleton Hills at Sutton Bank.

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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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The Cleveland Way – Robin Hood’s Bay to Whitby

The Cleveland Way – Robin Hood’s Bay to Whitby

Robin Hood’s Bay sits on the Cleveland Way. This particular walk of about six and a half miles to Whitby is mostly along the clifftop and offers some amazing views of Robin Hood’s Bay and Saltwick Bay. The walk undulates gently with three moderate climbs, about 300m of ascent altogether. The path is distinct throughout and easy to follow.

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Staithes, Yorkshire Coast

Staithes, Yorkshire Coast

The quaint coastal hamlet of Staithes near Whitby has a small harbour and is full of character. Traditional fishing cobbles still work out of the harbour setting crab and lobster pots. The village is full of charm and seems lost in time. The harbour area is great to explore on foot and is a real jumble of white-washed cottages, arranged in no particular order. There are lots of alleyways and stepped ginnels to explore. There…

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The Cleveland Way – Whitby to Sandsend

The Cleveland Way – Whitby to Sandsend

This is a popular beach walk from Whitby to the nearby village of Sandsend, along a flat sandy beach. The route is part of the Cleveland Way The long, wide beach is ideal for a dog walk, plenty of room for dogs to run around. The walk from the West Pier in Whitby to the cliffs at Sandsend and then back is about 4 and a half miles.

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