6 countryside walks on the Cleveland Way in Yorkshire
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The Cleveland Way National Trail is a 109 mile that traverses through the North York Moors as well as the edge the North Sea. From Helmsley, the Cleveland Way heads across the beautiful heather moorland of the national park, before reaching the coast at Saltburn-by-the-Sea
These walks from our take in sections of the coastal parts of the National Trail as part of their route.
On this walk we take in a section of the Tabular Hills Walk, a link route that was created to transform the Cleveland Way long distance trail from a horseshoe shape into a closed circuit of the North York Moors and coast.
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Set off from Old Byland and explore the edge of the Hambleton Hills, close to Sutton Bank. You take a section of the Cleveland Way onto the mediaeval ruins of Rievaulx Abbey.
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This walk, which follows parts of the Cleveland Way, starting from the free Forestry Commission parking just below the White Horse at Kilburn and then onto the breath-taking Sutton Bank.
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The walk starts from the idyllic village of Boltby, near Thirsk, and takes you through fields, woodland paths and escarpments while following the Cleveland Way for a large section.
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Hambleton Drove Road is the trail that taken by 'drovers' who took this North Yorkshire moorland route to drive herds from Scottish grazing grounds is now incorporated into the Cleveland Way.
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This National Trust walk takes you along the Cleveland Way to the stunning Roseberry Topping and the Captain Cook Monument.
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