A series of downloadable walks from the North York Moors National Park team showcases some special stretches of the Yorkshire Coast.
Each route tells a story, including:
- A stroll through Saltburn’s Victorian roots - a 2 mile circular amble
A journey through time (from Runswick Bay to Staithes) - a 4.5 mile linear route
Linger with loved ones (a short preamble along Sandsend beach) - approximately 3 miles
Bay to Boggle and back again (from Robin Hood’s Bay to Boggle Hole) - a 1.5 mile loop. Be sure to pop into the Old Coastguard Station on The Dock at the beginning or end of your walk.
A Mindful Meander around Ravenscar - a figure of eight, just over 3 miles. Ravenscar Visitor Centre makes an excellent place to stop for refreshments or pick up local information.
Head to the North York Moors National Park website for links to maps and full descriptions.