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Let's Walk the Cleveland Way

Let's Walk the Cleveland Way

by: Stephen I Robinson
This guide to walking the Cleveland Way is outstanding for the quality of its full colour mapping. Each step-by-step navigation instruction is numbered and includes a grid reference, and the numbers are shown with arrows on the adjacent detailed map, so you always know exactly where you are. The book is beautifully illustrated with colour photographs. The route is described in nine day walk sections and background information for each stage of the trail is included. Each section includes an introduction to the features of the days walk and an elevation plan is provided. There is also a general introduction at the beginning of the book and information on accommodation and planning.

The Cleveland Way covers a distance of 109 miles sweeping around the edge of the North York Moors National Park to Saltburn before heading south along Yorkshire's spectacular coastline to Filey. Although it may not be the longest of our National Trails the Cleveland Way probably affords the most variety. Its magnificent scenery ranges from sylvan valleys and wild heather clad moors to dramatic coastal cliffs with sheltered bays and picturesque old fishing villages.

In addition to beautiful scenery, the Cleveland Way also takes in many sites of archaeological and historical importance, from Iron Age hill forts and Bronze Age burial mounds to medieval castles and impressive monasteries. Whatever your interests, you will find something to astonish and delight you during this inspiring journey.

The walk sections in the book are as follows:
Helmsley to the White Horse - 8.75 miles
White Horse to Osmotherley - 12.75 miles
Osmotherley to Clay Bank Top - 10.75 miles
Clay Bank Top to Kildale - 9.5 miles
Kildale to Saltburn-by-the-Sea - 14.75 miles
Saltburn-by-the-Sea to Runswick bay - 12 miles
Runswick Bay to Robin Hood's Bay - 15.25 miles
Robin Hood's Bay to Scarborough - 15 miles
Scarborough to Filey - 10 miles

ISBN 9781898550143 Pages 84 (2018) 144mm x 210mm

Price: 9.95