Friday 17th September 2021
This would be my penultimate day following the Cleveland Way – or, to phrase it different; my final full day on this National Trail. I awoke in the morning, a stone’s throw from Robin Hood’s Bay at the bottom of the hill. Fourteen miles of coastline ahead of me. Scarborough in mind for my final night of camping.
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High Paradise Farm to Beak Hills (17 miles)
Monday 13th September 2021
My first day on the Cleveland Way had offered quite a challenge. A long drive from early in the morning. Heading for somewhere new. Finding a place to park and safely leave my car for several days. Dealing with the thoughts and fears that can surround the reality of venturing off alone.
But I’d overcome all of this to make it to my first night of camping at High Paradise Farm. The next morning, I would pack away my kit and resume my walk across the North York Moors.
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Helmsley to High Paradise Farm (14.5 miles)
Sunday 12th September 2021
At long last and after much delay, I had made it to the edge of the North York Moors and was ready to take on the Cleveland Way! 109 miles to cover, spread across seven-days of walking and with six-nights of camping. Carrying all of my camping gear in the rucksack behind me, along with enough food to see me through the adventure.
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Where I stayed and how far I walked for each of my 7 days following the 109 mile long Cleveland Way.
Last week, I completed a 109-mile journey along the Cleveland Way in Yorkshire. From the market town of Helmsley, across the North York Moors and then along the beautiful coastline of East Yorkshire, to the end point at Filey.
In this post, I’m going to share where I stayed and how far I walked each day. It may be useful for others (I was searching for this information beforehand) and in time, I’ll write about each day’s walking and experiences in detail.
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