The Cleveland Way

The Cleveland Way is a 174 km/108 mile long distance walking trail circumnavigating much of the North York Moors National Park in North Yorkshire, North East England. It’s a National Trail linking the medieval market town of Helmsley with the popular coastal resort of Filey, only km/miles away to the east as the crow flies. On the way it intersects with other trails which explore the North York Moors including the Inn Way; Lyke Wake Walk; Samaritan Way; Cleveland Street; The Cinder Track.

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Stats at a Glance

Distance 174 km/108 miles | Height Gain 4601 m/15095 ft | Maximum Elevation 448 m/4473 ft (Round Hill, Section 4) | Number of Sections 11 | Average Distance per Section 15.8 km/9.8 miles | Longest Section Section 10 (Robin Hoods Bay to Scarborough) 24.9 km/15.5 miles | Shortest Section Section 7 (Skinningrove to Port Mulgrave) 10.5 km/6.5 miles

Section by Section

Section 1 Helmsley to Sutton Bank via Rievaulx & White Horse of Kilburn  (17.0 km/10.6 miles)

Section 2 Sutton Bank to Osmotherley (18.4 km/11.4 miles)

Section 3 Osmotherley to Lordstones (12.3 km/7.6 miles)

Section 4 Lordstones to Kildale (20.5 km/12.7 miles)

Section 5 Kildale to Slapewath (16.5 km/10.3 miles)

Section 6 Slapewath to Skinningrove (13.6 km/8.4 miles)

Section 7 Skinningrove to Port Mulgrave (10.5 km/6.5 miles)

Section 8 Port Mulgrave to Whitby (16.4 km/10.2 miles)

Section 9 Whitby to Robin Hoods Bay (11.5 km/7.1 miles)

Section 10 Robin Hoods Bay to Scarborough (24.9 km/15.5 miles)

Section 11 Scarborough to Filey (13.4 km/8.3 miles)

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