The North York Moors National Park is home to the nation's favourite national trail, the Cleveland Way.
The 109-mile-long route meanders through dramatic coastline and heather moorland, whilst offering stunning views of castles, ancient stone crosses and fishing villages tucked into tiny coves, it really does have it all!
The Cleveland Way was the second National Trail to open and was launched on 24 May 1969. It runs in a horseshoe loop across much of the North York Moors National Park between Helmsley and Filey.
Last year one of our most popular trips was our holiday along the Coastal section of the Cleveland Way
Day 1 - Arrive Saltburn-by-the-sea
Day 2 – Saltburn-by-the-Sea to Staithes – 9 miles / 14 kms
Day 3 – Staithes – Whitby – 12 miles / 19 kms
Day 4 – Whitby to Robin Hood’s Bay – 7 miles / 11 kms
Day 5 – Robin Hood’s Bay – Scarborough – 14 miles / 23 Kms
Day 6 – Scarborough – Filey – 11 miles / 18 kms
Day 7 – Departure day
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What people have said to us after coming on this holiday with us this year -
Breath-taking scenery. The stages were well-planned; the distances worked well for us - more challenging days balanced by easier walks.
Cleveland Way – J H – June 2018
Organisation worked seamlessly, and I enjoyed the walk and interest on route.
My bag was always at my accommodation before me - marvelous as I would have hated to carry the extra load each day!
Cleveland Way – S W – September 2018