Hasty Bank

Hasty Bank taking in badgers Stone and Tripsdale. A Desolated Moorland walk.

Technical sheet
No. 9074589
A Ingleby Greenhow walk posted on 12/05/21 by woody121. Update : 24/05/21
Calculated time Calculated time: 5h55[?]
Distance Distance : 17.42km
Vertical gain Vertical gain : 342m
Vertical drop Vertical drop : 337m
Highest point Highest point : 448m
Lowest point Lowest point : 259m
Average Difficulty : Average
Back to starting point Back to starting point : Yes
Walking Walking
Area Area : North York Moors
Location Location : Ingleby Greenhow
Starting point Starting point : N 54.423798° / W 1.119646°
Download : -

Description

(D/A) Hasty Bank Car Park.

(1) 200 meters from the car park, turn left off the road onto the Cleveland way, signposted.

(2) Climb up the stone laid footpath to pass through a gate onto more even ground follow directly ahead on the well defined path to cross just under the summit of round hill, some 400m passed round hill a moorland road is reached on your left, take this. Follow the moorland road to reach 5 crossroads point.

(3) From 5 crossroads point, take the track to your right walking down to Badgers Gill, Badgers stone is on your left as you cross the concrete bridge over the gill, climb out continuing on the same wide track, keeping the forest directly to your left, staying on the ridge continue to Stump Cross.

(4) At stump cross, another moorland track comes into your right hand side, take this and follow it to the beck crossing at Tripsdale, the route passes two shooting lodgers on your left hand side near each other, the first one is open and can offer shelter for a break if required, the track drops steeply and zigzags into Tripsdale.

(5) Crossing the steam climb steeply out of Tripsdale, keeping to the moorland track on reaching the crest observe a signpost to your right, the footpath downhill to your left leads into William beck, though you continue directly ahead to skirt above East bank Plantation.

(6) As you reach the end of East Bank Plantation the footpath leaves the moorland path, hugging to the edge of the hillside, crossing the path from Weighill Plantation, following wall ahead, leaving the wall when it drops into the valley contour around to the right on a well defined path dropping down to cross a concrete bridge.

(7) From the Concrete Bridge follow the path climbing out of the valley to bring you out onto your original track at a gate leading to the stone steps, which are followed back to the car park.

(8) Turn left to rejoin Cleveland way at gate above stone steps.

(1) Turn right and walk back to the car park where your started the walk(D/A)

Waypoints :
D/A : km 0 - alt. 261m - Hast Bank Car park
1 : km 0.21 - alt. 266m - Cleveland Way
2 : km 4.09 - alt. 440m - Stone laid footpath
3 : km 5.11 - alt. 429m - 5 crossroads
4 : km 8.31 - alt. 410m - Stump Cross
5 : km 11.13 - alt. 259m - Tripsdale beck crossing
6 : km 13.13 - alt. 352m - Footpath leading from moorland track
7 : km 15.4 - alt. 347m - Concrete Bridge over stream
8 : km 16.39 - alt. 372m - Cleveland Way
D/A : km 17.42 - alt. 259m - Hasty Bank Car park

Useful Information

Prepare for a full day in remote moors.
Full walking equipment required
Food and drink for the day required.
A shooting hut is open halfway between Stump Cross and Tripsdale, this can be used for shelter or to take a break in.
The distance calculated by Visorando is inaccurate, the actual distance will more like 23km

Visorando and this author cannot be held responsible in the case of accidents or problems occuring on this walk.

During the walk or to do/see around

Excellent climb up stone stairway along the first section of Cleveland way, also used for the return to the car park.
The renowned Bloworth Crossing is a few hundred meters from the turn off beyond Round Hill and can be visited for a photo shoot.
Badgers Stone is a few meters from the path and worth a visit.
Excellent views are available throughout route.
Tripsdale is very picturesque.
Wildlife experiences are available throughout the route.
Car Parking at Hasty Bank is very secure.

Opinions and comments

Average

Global average : 3.67/5
Number of opinions : 1
Description quality : 4/5
Routemap quality : 4/5
Walk interest : 3/5


Walker
on Mon 21 Jun 2021 15:01:31 CEST

Agreed there is a fair amount of moorland track walking, though this is unavoidable to see the scenery
The tracks were laid by the moorland management company to facilitate shooting parties, like this or not it generates funds to manage the moorlands and keep them open to walkers.
Also in mitigation some of these have been granted right of way by the managing company enabling walkers to venture between the existing public footpaths.


Walker
on Mon 21 Jun 2021 12:03:18 CEST

Global average : 3.67 / 5

Date of walk : 21/06/21
Description quality : Good
Routemap quality : Good
Walk interest : Average

Decent walk the trails have been spoilt as there covered in dolomite with large stones very uncomfortable under foot.
However I can understand why it's been done but it has spoilt the trails.

Other walks in the area

Clay Bank via Cockayne circular
distance 21.72km Vertical gain +443m Vertical drop -443m Durée 7h30 Average Average
Starting point Starting point in Ingleby Greenhow - North Yorkshire

Wild and open moorland ridges, scenic Bransdale with the interesting church.

distance 16.27km Vertical gain +389m Vertical drop -389m Durée 5h45 Average Average
Starting point Starting point in Bilsdale Midcable - North Yorkshire

This North York Moors walk takes you into the wild open moorland of this National Park. The route is mostly along well defined tracks and paths but do choose fine weather to enjoy the view.

distance 11.88km Vertical gain +373m Vertical drop -373m Durée 4h30 Average Average
Starting point Starting point in Bilsdale Midcable - North Yorkshire

A circular walk passing through farmland, onto the open moors and up to the ridge with the dramatic Wainstones. Return via the peaceful hamlet of Urra, passing the farm at Bilsdale Hall. Good refreshments in the Buck in at Chop Gate.

distance 18.55km Vertical gain +636m Vertical drop -636m Durée 7h05 Average Average
Starting point Starting point in Carlton (North Yorkshire)-1 - North Yorkshire

A nice 11 mile walk starting and finishing at the Lord Stones Cafe at the top of Carlton Bank, where there is good parking. It takes in the three North facing hills and the climb to Round Hill. The route returns down past Bilsdale Hall to Seave Green. From here it passes through rolling pastures to a short section on Raisdale Road before taking a lovely path through woods and over the moors back to the start.

In total it is 11.66 miles and covers 2262ft of ascent and descent.

distance 15.74km Vertical gain +344m Vertical drop -342m Durée 5h30 Average Average
Starting point Starting point in Kildale - North Yorkshire

A lovey walk, starting through farmland and then a steady climb up the old railway incline to Ingleby Moor. Back along the top of Ingleby and Battersby Moors and back down to the start. (9.78 miles with 340 metres of ascent.)

distance 10.09km Vertical gain +352m Vertical drop -329m Durée 3h55 Average Average
Starting point Starting point in Great Ayton - North Yorkshire

This circular walk from Great Ayton takes in the summit of Roseberry Topping and Captain Cook's Monument. Both of these features are worth exploring with the added bonus of some fine views across the countryside.

Roseberry Topping, The Hanging Stone and Highcliff Nab
distance 13.84km Vertical gain +323m Vertical drop -313m Durée 4h55 Average Average
Starting point Starting point in Great Ayton - North Yorkshire

An enjoyable circular walk taking in the good views from Roseberry Topping, The Hanging Stone and Highcliff Nab with a return across Great Ayton Moor. From Great Ayton drive past Gribdale Terrace and park at the col between Cpt' Cook's monument and Roseberry Topping.

distance 16.95km Vertical gain +420m Vertical drop -411m Durée 6h05 Average Average
Starting point Starting point in Great Ayton - North Yorkshire

A route incorporating parts of the Cleveland way taking in Roseberry Topping and High Cliff Nab, Captain Cooks monument and the quaint village of Kildale.

For more walks, use our search engine.

The GPS track and description are the property of the author.