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Lealholm to Grosmont Walk

It’s a tale of four contrasting valley villages on this linear walk in the central part of the Esk Valley.

Walk Route: For the most part, this is an easy walk on riverside and woodland paths and level bridleways and tracks.

  • Access: Easy to access.
  • Duration: 3 hours.
  • Miles: 6

Lealholm Railway Station, Lealholm, Whitby, YO21 2AG

 
Cycle Route 1

A great ride for family groups or newer riders using quiet roads and a seafront off-road cycle route along North Promenade.

Cycle Route: A great ride for family groups or newer riders using quiet roads and a seafront off-road cycle route along North Promenade.

  • Access: Easy to access
  • Duration: 30 mins
  • Miles: 2

Cycle Routes around Bridlington, 48 Promenade, East Riding Leisure - Bridlington, The Promenade, Bridlington, YO15 2QQ

 
St. Hilda's Way Walk

The result is St Hilda's Way, a 40 mile long-distance footpath in North Yorkshire, where Hilda was once Abbess of Whitby Abbey.

Walk Route: The result is St Hilda's Way, a 40 mile long-distance footpath in North Yorkshire, where Hilda was once Abbess of Whitby Abbey.

  • Access: Easy to access.
  • Duration: 1-2 days
  • Miles: 40

Hinderwell, Whitby, North Yorkshire, TS13 5HA

 
TourDePhantome

Pedalling Phantoms: a Yorkshire Coast rollercoaster between Whitby & Ravenscar

Cycle Route: Coastal Route steep climb from Robin Hood's Bay to Ravenscar

  • Access: Easy
  • Duration: 1.5 to 2.5 Hours
  • Miles: 11

Tour de Phantome, Whitby TIC, Endeavour Wharf, WHITBY, North Yorkshire, YO21 1DN

 
Cranberry Swamp

CRANBERRY SWAMP is a cool and stylish café located at 24 SKINNER STREET.

Speciality: Gluten-free

24, Skinner Street, Whitby, North Yorkshire, YO21 3AJ

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Newtondale Walk

Explore the forest tracks of Newtondale on a 6-mile circular route that combines easy valley-bottom walking with a climb into the trees for a lovely woodland wander.

Walk Route: The route follows quiet lanes, forest tracks and paths, with several ascents and descents which are steep, uneven and rocky in places.

  • Access: Easy to access.
  • Duration: 3 hours
  • Miles: 6

Levisham Station Car Park, Levisham Station, Levisham, North Yorkshire, YO18 7NN

 
Grosmont  to Whitby Walk

Join the River Esk on the final part of its journey from the high moors to the sea on this 8-mile linear walk that starts in Grosmont and finishes in style on the pier in Whitby (fish and chips optional!).

Walk Route: The route is mostly on fairly level bridleways, with several gates and some stiles along the way.

  • Access: Easy to access.
  • Duration: 4 hours
  • Miles: 8

Grosmont Railway Station, Front Street,, Grosmont, YO22 5QE

 
Thornton le Dale and Ellerburn Walk

Thornton le Dale is regarded by many people as the prettiest village in the National Park.

Walk Route: The paths on this level walk are waymarked, but run through riverside fields and may be muddy in places after rain. There are occasional stiles and gates en route.

  • Access: Easy to access.
  • Duration: 1 hour
  • Miles: 2

Thornton le Dale Car Park, Malton Gate, Thornton-le-Dale, Yorkshire, YO18 7TJ

 
Scarborough cricket week

Scarborough cricket club's history spans a century and a half, the club being founded in 1849 when the first matches were played on castle hill. The Club is within walking distance of the town centre towards the North Bay.

North Marine Road, Scarborough, North Yorkshire, YO12 7TJ

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The Spa Scarborough

The Spa today as a major conference & entertainment venue is a far cry from the days when natural springs were first discovered to have healing properties attracting gentry and aristocracy to the town.

Scarborough Spa, South Bay, Foreshore Road, Scarborough, North Yorkshire, YO11 2HD

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Moor to Sea Cycle Route

The 'Moor to Sea Cycle Network' connects Scarborough, Whitby, Dalby Forest, Pickering and Great Ayton in a stunning series of moorland, forest and coastal loops.

Cycle Route: More than 150 miles of different cycling routes.

Scarborough Railway Station, Westborough, Scarborough, North Yorkshire, YO11 1TN

 
Enjoy our Sunday Roast!

The Copper Horse Restaurant Bar & Grill – Scarborough's favourite place to drink, dine & stay. Featuring British & classic dishes, Blackboard Specials & Sunday Roasts.

Main Street, Seamer, Scarborough, North Yorkshire, YO12 4PS

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Bridlington Harbour

Deep in history and rich in unexplored maritime heritage, Bridlington offers visitors and local residents a bounty of untouched hinterland which is ready and waiting to be discovered.

Walk Route: Bridlington TIC > Milnes Spring > Harbour Museum > North Pier > Site of First Lifeboat House > Queen's House > Harbour Gardens > RNLI Giftshop > Sailor's Bethel > TE Lawrence Sundial & Flagpoles > Yacht Club > Old Coastguard House > RNLI Lifeboat Houses

Bridlington Tourist Information Centre, East Riding Leisure - Bridlington, The Promenade, Bridlington, East Yorkshire, YO15 2QQ

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Easily Accessible Walking Route

A pretty and interesting wheelchair friendly 4Km walk along a smooth and safe boardwalk which follows the River Derwent, the start is close to the car park and the boardwalk ends where the path comes out of the wood on to pasture land.

Walk Route: Forge Valley Board Walk

  • Access: Easy
  • Miles: 3

Forge Valley, Near East Ayton, Scarborough, North Yorkshire, 498500

 
A Great Selection of Burgers on our Menu!

The Mayfield is at the focal point of Seamer village just outside Scarborough, a traditional English pub which serves an extensive range of quality food, a superb selection of real ale and wines along with outstanding entertainment.

10-11 Main Street, Seamer, Scarborough, North Yorkshire, YO12 4RF

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Cloughton and Hayburn Wyke Walk

Discover one of the gems of the Heritage Coast – the wooded valley of Hayburn Wyke, which reaches down to a magnificent rocky cove complete with tumbling waterfall and giant boulders.

Walk Route: The old railway line is level and easy to follow but is also used by cyclists and horse-riders

  • Access: Easy to access.
  • Duration: 3 hours
  • Miles: 5

Cloughton Station, Station Lane, Cloughton, YO13 0AD

 
The Inn Way to the North York Moors

Starting and finishing in Helmsley, the Inn Way promises 89 miles of National Park walking in 6 days – and, more crucially, 31 pubs along the way!

Walk Route: Starting and finishing in Helmsley, the Inn Way promises 89 miles of National Park walking in 6 days

  • Access: Easy to Access.
  • Duration: 6 days
  • Miles: 89

The Old Vicarage, Bondgate, Helmsley, York, YO62 5BP

 
Ebor Way Walk

Another route starting in Helmsley is the 70-mile Ebor Way through the Howardian Hills and Vale of York to Ilkley in Wharfedale (thus connecting the North York Moors to the Yorkshire Dales).

Walk Route: Another route starting in Helmsley is the 70-mile Ebor Way through the Howardian Hills and Vale of York to Ilkley in Wharfedale (thus connecting the North York Moors to the Yorkshire Dales).

  • Access: Easy to access
  • Duration: 7 days
  • Miles: 70

Market Place, Helmsley, YO62 5BL