The Cleveland Way
The Cleveland Way National Trail is one of the nation’s favourite long distance routes, running for 109 miles in a horseshoe shape from the lovely market town of Helmsley to the coastal resort of Filey.
It is also a favourite for us as we base many of our walks in the North York Moors National Park along stretches of the trail, particularly around beautiful spots such as Rievaulx Abbey and along the coast at Staithes and Ravenscar.
In 2019 the Cleveland Way celebrates its 50th anniversary and so alongside our regular trips we thought we’d create a special 24-mile Castle to Abbey Challenge to mark the occasion.
The Challenge is a beaut as it allows guests to walk between two iconic landmarks, Scarborough Castle and Whitby Abbey, along a stretch of coast that offers so much variety it distracts from the miles being covered.
The below events will take place along the Cleveland Way National Trail:
Some recent snaps - The Cleveland Way
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