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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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Runswick Bay Easy Access Walk

Take a pleasant 2-mile linear walk along the Runswick Bay clifftop to enjoy wide views over Runswick Bay and Port Mulgrave.

Walk Route: The walk follows a mostly level grass/earth surface through fields along the cliff edge. There’s one kissing gate en route, and while there are some shallow steps at one point, an alternative path avoids the steps.

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

Upper Car Park, Runswick Bay, North Yorkshire, TS13 5HT

 
Whale Bone Arch - Whitby

Following the Railway & Riverside Walk and the Monks’ Trod. Distance: approx. 2 miles, Type: Moderate, Time: approx. 1 hour

Walk Route: Circular

  • Access: Easy
  • Duration: 1 Hour
  • Miles: 2

Langborne Rd,, Whitby, YO22 4EW

 
Filey Seafront

The Beach, Filey, North Yorkshire, YO14 9LA

 
Staindale Lake Easy Access Walk

Take a walk around Staindale Lake in the heart of Dalby Forest and you won’t be disappointed.

Walk Route: The path has a compact, hard surface of either tarmac or stone. Boardwalks with non-slip surfaces are also used. Gradients are 1 in 10 or less.

  • Access: Easy to access
  • Duration: 30 mins
  • Miles: 1

High Staindale Car Park, Dalby Forest, YO18 7LT

 
Speeton Cliff Walk
  • Access: From St Leonard's Church Car Park.

Chapel Lane, Speeton, Filey, North Yorkshire, YO14 9TQ

 
Peasholm Park

The Peasholm Glen Tree Trail lies in Scarborough’s Peasholm Park, a very popular spot for visitors.

Walk Route: Loop walk around the park and glen.

  • Access: easy
  • Duration: 1 hour
  • Miles: 2

Peasholm Park, North Bay, Scarborough, North Yorkshire, YO12 7TR

 
Danby Castle Walk

Danby Castle – ancestral home of the Danby Estate – lies high up on a spur overlooking the Esk Valley.

Walk Route: The walk starts right from The Moors National Park Centre in Danby, and follows field paths to reach the castle before returning on country lanes via Duck Bridge.

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

The Moors National Park Centre, Lodge Lane, Danby, Whitby, YO21 2NB

 
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

 
Esk Valley to Beck Hole Easy Access Walk

When the railway came to the Esk Valley in the 1830s it transformed both life and landscape.

Walk Route: The ‘Rail Trail’ (signposted to Goathland and Beck Hole) follows the old railway line, through bluebell woods and alongside the Murk Esk.

  • Access: Easy
  • Duration: 2 Hours
  • Miles: 3

Esk Valley Hamlet parking area, YO22 5BG

 
Whale Bone Arch

This trail looks at some of the ‘dark’ and mysterious forces that have shaped Whitby long before a famous vampire sank his teeth into it

Walk Route: See weblink below

  • Access: hills, cobbles, steps
  • Duration: 60 - 90 mins
  • Miles: 1

Whitby Town, Whitby, North Yorkshire, YO21 1YN

 
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

 
Lord Stones Walk

It might only be a shade under 3 miles, but this is a real adventure walk for all the family, with some awe-inspiring views into the bargain.

Walk Route: The going is good all the way round, on well-maintained paths with no stiles or gates en route.

  • Access: Easy to access
  • Duration: 2 hours
  • Miles: 3

Lord Stones Country Park, Carlton Bank, Chop Gate, TS9 7JH

 
Hunmanby Hall Green

Hunmanby, 83 Stonegate, Hunmanby, FILEY, North Yorkshire, YO14 0PU

 
Rosedale Mineral Railway Easy Access Walk

Choose a clear day and the panoramic views of Rosedale will reward your efforts on this glorious 1-mile route.

Walk Route: The path has a hard, compacted surface and is fairly level throughout. It's a linear route and is a just over a mile in total (ie, there and back).

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

Chimney Bank Car Park, Rosedale Abbey, Pickering, North Yorkshire, YO18 8RA

 
Terrington Walk

This enjoyable 2½-mile walk in the Howardian Hills Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty delivers some great views.

Walk Route: It’s an easy walk on a mix of farmland and stone tracks, though it can be wet and muddy between points 5 and 6, by the streams.

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

Terrington Village Hall, Springfield Court South Back Lane, York, YO60 6PX

 
Raincliffe Woods Circular Walks - Rowntree Trail

The Rowntree Trail takes you past Throxenby Mere and Raincliffe Meadow, which are just a couple of the great sights in this woodland.

  • Miles: 2

Raincliffe Woods, Lady Ediths Drive, Scarborough, North Yorkshire, YO12 7RY

 
Sutton Bank and the White Horse Easy Access Walk

This old favourite takes you to the top of the most northerly white horse in England.

Walk Route: The start of the walk involves crossing a busy main road – take great care. The path out and back along the escarpment edge has a hard, compacted surface, with no gates or stiles.

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

Sutton Bank National Park Car Park, Sutton Bank, Thirsk, YO7 2EH