Cleveland Way National Trail
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Dawn.M.R
Leeds, UK6 bidrag
okt. 2022 • Venner
Extremely easy to find from Robin Hoods Bay and we’ll sign posted. Mostly quite flat but this walk is steep in a few places and very slippery with a lot of mud.
I did this walk at the end of October. In winter for those not wanting a challenge (or summer for those with no walking boots) I’d recommend the Cinder Track instead. I’m not even sure if parts of the Coastal walk would be accessible in particularly bad weather?
A good pair of walking boots are required for this walk. Beautiful views tho and lots of birds to see along the way.
The track gets easier from just over half way when you’re on the approach to Whitby.
You’ll walk into Whitby at the side of the Abbey so no steep steps to climb, just a nice meander down into the town centre.
Allow 3-4 hours for the walk centre to centre its approx 7 miles.
The next day I walked to Ravenscar from Robin Hoods Bay on the Cinder Track in just a pair of old boots which was fine tho still a bit muddy in places.
Skrevet 2. november 2022
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karen r
Dagenham, UK60 bidrag
aug. 2022
Walked Robin Hoods Bay to Scarborough on the coastal path, I had read that it was strenuous and they weren't lying!! It was a lovely day we were blessed with good weather but and I hate to moan it was a little too hot for me. The views were spectacular and we've never seen so many butterflies. Reaching Scarborough we sat and enjoyed a well earned pint (or two!!) in the Scalby Mill conveniently situated as you come down from the tops. Two days later we walked Robin Hoods Bay to Whitby on another even hotter day but thank goodness not as up and down as the previous walk. In fact it was very gently, again lots of wildlife and more people on this stretch. Called in the reception at the campsite you walk through just before Whitby and had an ice cream, reasonable price and we were ready for it. The view of the abbey was great and lots of pictures taken before descending down the infamous steps and into Whitby for a well earned pint.
Skrevet 22. august 2022
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JonSick
Bristol, UK9 bidrag
jun. 2022
We did the walk starting in Station Lane, Cloughton. taking a left at the bridge on the old Railway and then around to the waterfall.

For acrophobia enjoyers, the whole thing is very doable. There was a bit of a moment on the stairs going through the forest which I found a little tricky to overcome. It is over quickly though, just take your time. And absolutely appropriate footwear. Apart from that, there isn't much to worry about. Some of what comes ahead may look daunting but is actually OK once you're on it and navigating it.

The waterfall itself is quite cool and the rocky pebble beach is pretty fun to visit. Watching the tide come in was pretty amazing to see.

We then came back up to the Hayburne Wyke Inn which was probably the best pub we visited on our trip. GF beer on draught was a great plus.
Skrevet 17. juni 2022
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Christine K
Barnsley, UK714 bidrag
mar. 2022
Our grandson wanted to visit Filey so was caught the bus to Cayton Bay and walked back along the coast path which as just over 6 miles. It was quite windy but there were some lovely views back to Cayton, and we managed to spot some seals too
Skrevet 3. mars 2022
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davidandshona
Dumfries, UK1 610 bidrag
sep. 2021
We took a walk from Whitby to Robin Hood’s Bay with our dog, along the Cleveland Way cliff top path. It is well signposted and from St Mary's Church in Whitby to the top of RHB is 6.5 miles, and we took around 3.5 hours as we stopped a few times for water and a snack plus wanted to admire and photograph the views.

A few parts are steep up and down to cross little streams, so you need to take your time and watch the slippery steps and rocks.

RHB is picturesque with its quaint cobbled streets and alleyways leading down to the beach. However we visited Staithes (up the coast) later in the week and found it to be quieter and much nicer.

We did however have a lovely lunch and a couple of pints at the Victoria Hotel back up the hill before a final explore and then catching the X93 back to Whitby, with the dog allowed on board.
Skrevet 13. september 2021
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JohnScarr70
Pontefract, UK1 742 bidrag
jul. 2021 • Par
This is a part of Yorkshire I really must try to visit more often. The path is not too challenging and the stunning views are worth every step. Warm, July winds help massively.
Skrevet 4. august 2021
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NICHOLAS T
Dubai, De forente arabiske emirater5 530 bidrag
jul. 2021 • Par
The Cleveland Way offers some wonderful walking and views in the north of England.

We walked a 5 kilometres stretch near Lord Stones - there were some fairly difficult hills but the going was generally ok and the views fantastic.

Lord Stones cafe offered a great place for parking and refreshments.
Skrevet 20. juli 2021
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Alan A
Chesterfield, UK1 630 bidrag
jul. 2021
We walked down to the waterfall from the pub car park after a light lunch. You need to be sound of wind & limb. Wear strong shoes & take it steady. The path is uneven & treacherous when wet. The beach & waterfall make the walk worthwhile. Take a camera to make wonderful memories. Worth the effort.
Skrevet 14. juli 2021
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Phiil_foxhollow
Leicester, UK12 bidrag
jul. 2021
We walk the coastal section of the Cleveland Way in reverse from Filey to Saltburn by the Sea ( Filey - Scarborough - Robin Hoods Bay - Whitby - Staithes - Saltburn). 53 miles in total with a number of ups and downs to add a little more distance.
Very lucky with the weather as the forecast said rain most days and we only had it the once for a couple of hours.
We stayed at hotels and guest house on route and use Weather Goat Walks to transport our luggage (excellent service with daily text to say it had been dropped off).
We decided to do the route over 5 days which is what we had done previously 2 years ago. We had a great time doing this trek, meeting some lovely people along the way. if you are thinking about doing this then do and you won't regret it.
Great views, history, seaside villages and people.
Skrevet 9. juli 2021
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Paul F
Rotherham, UK32 bidrag
jul. 2021 • Venner
Wow. What an experience. Walked from Helmsley to Saltburn across the moors, having done the coastal section previously.
This walk is extremely well sign posted and easy to follow. Walked the 65 miles over 5 days and had time to take in the detours to viewing points, roseberry Topping being an exceptional highlight.
Overnight Stops are more dictated by where there was availability but plenty of places in the villages, but note that across the moors you can easily walk for a few hours without any chances to eat or drink.
We had one day where the mist came in while on the moors but spectacular views on the other days.
Definitely worth every second and one I will probably do again
Skrevet 9. juli 2021
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