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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Yorkshire – God’s Own County

Yorkshire – God’s Own County

I was born in Yorkshire, still live there now and have lived in the county for most of my life. I consider myself very fortunate to live here and of course, I celebrate Yorkshire Day every year. This post might explain why Yorkshire people are so passionate about where they live. Yorkshire has a population equal to that of Scotland’s and covers an area half the size of Belgium, 12,590 sq km. It has a…

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The Cleveland Way – Scarborough to Ravenscar

The Cleveland Way – Scarborough to Ravenscar

This is an undulating 9-mile cliff top walk from Scarborough to Ravenscar, which follows the Cleveland Way. The path only drops to sea level at Cloughton Wyke and Heyburn Wyke. The Cleveland Way is well signposted and you should have no difficulty in finding your way.

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