The Cleveland Way is 109 miles / 176 Kilometres of ever changing and beautiful landscapes and scenery. The Cleveland Way was opened in 1969, the second National Trail in England and Wales.
An invigorating walk on any part of the route is the ultimate stress beater.
The route follows a horseshoe line of great variety around much of the beautiful North York Moors National Park. Starting from the attractive market town of Helmsley, The Cleveland Way heads across the inspirational, and sometimes vibrant heather Moorland of the North York Moors, before reaching the coast at Saltburn. From here itís a visual feast along the dramatic North Yorkshire coastline to Filey, passing old fishing villages and lively coastal towns.
Along the way there is a wealth of history and heritage to enjoy. Helmsley Castle, Rievaulx Abbey, Mount Grace Priory, Gisborough Priory, Whitby Abbey and Scarborough Castle to name just a few special sites.
Accommodation and pubs are great along the route. You are sure to get a warm Yorkshire welcome!