From North York Moors to the Cleveland Heritage Coast
From the moors, the route drops to converge with the coastal path driving south along the rugged cliff top paths and bays of the Yorkshire coast. This is part of the Cleveland Heritage Coast, where the wild heather of the moors now start to peer over the cliffs edge.
From the historic seaside towns of Whitby and Robin Hood’s Bay, you have amazing views out into the North Sea-ending your walk on the coast at Filey Brigg, 7 miles south of Scarborough.
Walk the Cleveland Way and witness for yourself the great beauty of the diverse moorland and coast. Significant historical events are embedded deep into the moors heritage - evident in the area famous abbeys and castles.
We stay over night in moorland villages and coastal ports, celebrated for their local cheese and ale. Here, you can make the most of the excellent B&B’s and Inns, as well as the famous Yorkshire hospitality.
The contrast in scenery is what makes the Cleveland Way totally unique – no other long distance path combines moor and coast so well.
For more information and advice on walking the Cleveland Way, please call our walk team who will be delighted to help you with your holiday plans.
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