This linear North Yorkshiore walk connects Scraborough and Filey using the Cleveland Way. There is a regular bus service connecting the start and end.
Calculated time is computed with the distance, the height difference, and an average speed of 2.2 mph. For an intermediate walker, this time includes small breaks.
(D)From the train station in Scarborough head off down Westborough then right on Huntriss Row until you are above the South Bay beach near the Grand Hotel. Continue on whatever paths and roads take your fancy along the front towards the Spa and Sun Court Café and then on to the Star Disk at the end of the prom.
(1)Just before a slipway, a little way further on, the Cleveland Way climbs up onto Wheatcroft Cliff and then continues along Frank Cliff. There is now a change to the old route of the Cleveland Way when you have to turn right up onto the Osgodby Hill road before descending again down Tenants Cliff and on towards Cayton Sands.
(2)Climbing up to Lebberston Cliff there are good views back to Cayton Bay and then on towards Filey. The Cleveland Way continues along the top of Gristhorpe Cliff alongside the holiday homes overlooking the sea. It is a great view out to sea - a good spot for a holiday home.
(3)It is then an easy walk along Newbiggin Cliff and North Cliff to Filey Brigg where there is a Cleveland Way monument seat. It is worth an out-and-back walk along the Brigg to get a view into Filey Bay then continue along the cliffs back to Filey. You can follow the Yorkshire Wolds Way down to the shore and back up into town or you can stay higher up, go around St Oswald's church and cross on the bridge over the Ravine Road and come back into town.(A)
D : km 0 - alt. 50m - Scarborough train station
1 : km 2.76 - alt. 65m - Wheatcroft Cliff
2 : km 8.14 - alt. 37m - Lebberston Cliff
3 : km 11.23 - alt. 44m - Newbiggin Cliff
A : km 16.47 - alt. 37m - Filey
This is a simple walk along the coast with relatively few climbs and descents. It starts with a bus journey from Filey bus station to outside the railway station in Scarborough. In 2015 the East Yorkshire 121 bus service was at least every hour and cost £3.55 one way. Parking on the streets in Filey is relatively easy.
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This town walk connects the harbour, beach, town centre, art gallery museum and other south bay attractions enabling a shorter walk or a day walk including visits to the attractions in this part of Scarborough. The South Cliff Gardens and Spa area afford views across the south bay back towards the castle and town and are a lovely place to relax on a sunny day.
A cliff top and woodland walk joining 2 holiday resorts of Scarborough and Cayton. The walk is varied taking in parks, woodland and cliff tops, but includes some steep gradients.
The North York Moors route uses a coastal section of the Cleveland Way north of Scarborough and returns along the route of the old railways.
Starting from Filey Country Park Car Park, this circular walk takes in the beach, seafront and town. There are plenty of places to stop off for lunch or coffee and attractions such as crazy golf and parks along the way.
This North York Moors walk has a feel of remoteness despite being only 12 miles from Scarborough. Good views into the Troutsdale and Upper Derwent valleys although the area does suffer from large expanses of forest. The route is generally easy to follow.
A North York Moors walk that explores the moorland west of Jugger Howes.
Starting in the busy seaside resort of Robin Hoods Bay, this walk takes in some of the steepest sections of the coast, open views give way to steps down through ravines. Passing through the site of the alum works, the walk finishes in the interesting village of Ravenscar, once planned to be a resort to rival Scarborough, but as you will see, the resort never materialised.
An easy clifftop hike starting and finishing in Robin Hoods Bay.
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