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Walking Routes - Yorkshire Coast & North York Moors

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Yorkshire Trails

A Treasure Trail is a self-guided walk, cycle or drive where Trailers follow clear directions and find clues along the way in order to solve a mystery. They are available in many locations across the country.

Various locations across Yorkshire, YO11 2HG

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Forge Valley Wood Easy Access Walk

Take to the boards on this easy-going 2-mile linear route through the strikingly beautiful woods of Forge Valley.

Walk Route: The route follows a fairly level, wooden boardwalk for its entire length. There are plenty of passing places, which double up as viewing platforms. There are numerous seats along the way.

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

The Old Man's Mouth Picnic Site, Forge Valley, East Ayton, Scarborough, YO13 9EW

 
Old Wife's Way Easy Access Walk

Start from the Saltergate layby on the A619 opposite the Hole of Horcum. Take care for the few metres along the roadside then turn onto the track. This out and back has a few big potholes so smaller scooters might have difficulty.

Hole of Horcum, Saltersgate, PICKERING, North Yorkshire, YO18 7NR

 
Cornelian Bay Easy Access Walk, Scarborough

This is a short, moderate walk on a variety of surfaced and grass paths, with a maximum gradient of 1:12. This quiet coastal walk offers views north towards Scarborough and south to Filey.

Scarborough South Bay, Foreshore Road, Scarborough, North Yorkshire, YO11 1PD

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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

 
Sutton Bank Easy Access Walk

Sutton, THIRSK, North Yorkshire, YO7 2EH

 
Withernsea

A chance to explore the only east coast seaside town with a lighthouse at its centre!

  • Miles: 6

Withernsea, Withernsea, HU19 2DJ

 
Anna Cross Easy Access Walk

There is limited parking in Lastingham but the owner of the Lastingham Grange Hotel was very accommodating to our group and is a good place for refreshments at the end of your ramble.

Lastingham, Kirkbymoorside, YO62 6TN

 
Castleton to Lealholm Walk

The moorland villages of Castleton and Danby set the scene on this 7½-mile linear walk that wends its way from the higher moors down to the gentler reaches of the Esk Valley around Lealholm.

Walk Route: The first half of the route follows woodland and field paths, with gates and one wall-stile en route and two short sections on minor roads.

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

Castleton Moor Station, Castleton, Whitby, YO21 2EU

 
Ravenscar

The Lyke Wake Walk is a 42 mile crossing of the North York Moors from Osmotherley to Ravenscar.

  • Miles: 42

Ravenscar, Raven Hall Road, Ravenscar, North Yorkshire, YO13 0NA

 
Levisham Moor and Hole of Horcum Walk

Be prepared for grand landscapes and big views on this North York Moors classic.

Walk Route: The broad track across Levisham Moor is easy to follow, but it can be muddy in places. Be prepared for poor visibility in bad weather. The ravine of Dundale Griff can be dangerous, with slippery surfaces and falling rocks – keep to the path at all times.

  • Access: Easy to access
  • Duration: 3 hours

Saltergate Car Park, Lockton, North Yorkshire, YO18 7NR

 
Glaisdale and Egton Bridge Walk

Lift your spirits in the stunning Esk Valley countryside on a 5-mile circular walk that runs between Glaisdale and Egton Bridge.

Walk Route: The walk mainly follows field paths and woodland tracks – take care on the stone trods, which can be slippery under foot.

  • Access: Easy to access.
  • Duration: 3 hours 30 minutes
  • Miles: 5

Glaisdale Station, Glaisdale, Whitby, YO21 2QL

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Osmotherley and Mount Grace Walk

Explore handsome Osmotherley and its surroundings on a 3¼ -mile circular walk that touches every aspect of the village’s rich religious past.

Walk Route: Once out of the village, the walk mainly follows field and woodland paths.

  • Access: Easy to access.
  • Duration: 3 hours
  • Miles: 4

Osmotherley Market Cross, Osmotherley, DL6 3AA

 
Saltburn Valley Gardens

Take a stroll in Saltburn Valley Gardens, where a maze of pleasant paths and tracks wind through a mixture of formal gardens and woodland.

Walk Route: The walk is on firm tracks and tarmac pavements, with moderate gradients. It can be done without steps or stiles, though alternative stepped sections are also described in the route instructions.

  • Access: Easy to access.
  • Duration: 1hour 30mins
  • Miles: 2

Saltburn Valley Gardens, Valley Gardens, Saltburn-By-The-Sea, TS12 1NY

 
Mallyan Spout and Beck Hole Walk

Long before Heartbeat and TV fame, the tumbling waterfall of Mallyan Spout helped put Goathland on the map as a tourist village in the nineteenth century.

Walk Route: The first part of the walk follows the pavement alongside the village road in Goathland. There are steps on the descent into the wooded valley, and steps and gates on the ascent – all paths may be slippery and muddy after rain.

  • Access: Easy to Access.
  • Duration: 1 hour 30 mins.
  • Miles: 3

Goathland Car Park, Beck Hole Road, Goathland, North Yorkshire, YO22 5NJ

 
Rosedale Walk

Now a peaceful, rural dale in the heart of the National Park, in the nineteenth century Rosedale was part of industrial Yorkshire, with its ironstone mines, kilns and even a moorland railway.

Walk Route: The route follows minor roads and farm lanes for short periods, and passes through farmyards and farm outbuildings.

  • Access: Easy to access.
  • Duration: 5 Hours
  • Miles: 7

Rosedale, Rosedale Village Green, Pickering, YO18 8RA

 
Crosscliff View Trail at Dalby Forest

A short easy access trail with extensive views from the viewpoint. Crosscliff provides an outstanding panorama of an ice-age sculpted landscape. Blakey Topping a lonely hill off to the west is reputed to have been created by a giant.

Dalby - The Great Yorkshire Forest, Dalby Forest Visitor Centre, Low Dalby, Pickering, North Yorkshire, YO18 7LT

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Danby Dale, Blakey and Westerdale Walk

Make no mistake – you have to be up for a challenge to tackle our most strenuous moorland walk, a 16½-mile circuit of the western dales and high moors that takes in the source of the River Esk, starting and finishing in Castleton.

Walk Route: The valley sections of the walk follow field paths and go through farms, with many gates and several stiles en route.

  • Access: Easy to access.
  • Duration: 8 hours.
  • Miles: 17

Castleton Moor Railway Station, Castleton, Whitby, YO21 2EU