Cleveland Way Walk
Helmsley, North York Moors

Details for Cleveland Way Walk

Cleveland Way Route Map
Carlton Bank

The Cleveland Way Walk is one of the most spectacular trails in the North York Moors, which travels through some stunning countryside from Helmsley to the spectacular coastline at Filey. Visitors pass through pretty towns and villages along the way. 

Walk the length of the Cleveland Way and discover the North York Moors and North Yorkshires spectacular scenery. The Cleveland Way is an official designated National Trails route. It starts at the historical market town of Helmsley, and then follows the upland ridge on the edge of the North York Moors National Park before arriving at the coast ending at Filey. The first section of the walk is has beautiful heather moorland views of the North Yorkshire Moors while the second part offers a spectacular coastal landscape with stunning views. The coastal section of the Cleveland Way is part of the North Sea Trail, a European project to create better access to the North Sea coast in all the surrounding countries.

Length: Approximately 9 days & 107 miles long although you make want to take a little longer if you want to see more of the sites along the way.

Direction: Most people walk the route from Helmsley through to Filey in a clockwise direction.

Dogs: Dogs are allowed on the Cleveland Way so long as they are kept under close control. A lead is recommended on lengths such as the moorland stretches where there can be nesting birds.

Accommodation: There is plenty of Accommodation along the route.

Best Time of Year: The Cleveland Way is open all year round, so there is not really a best time. However If you want to see the delightful...

 

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