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Explore the North York Moors with a Cicerone guidebook

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Reprinted
Published
19 Jan 2015
ISBN
9781852844486
Edition
First
Size
17.2 x 11.6 x 1.4cm
Weight
290g
Pages
256
No. Maps
51
No. Photos
82
1st Published
1 Jun 2005
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The North York Moors

A Walking Guide

by Paddy Dillon
Book published by Cicerone Press

This guidebook describes 50 circular day walking routes in the North York Moors. The moors offer no great height but cover seven regions; the Tabular Hills, Hambleton Hills, Cleveland Hills, Northern Moors, High Moors, Eastern Moors and Cleveland Coast. There is also a four-day route following the classic Lyke Wake Walk.

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Description

This guidebook offers 50 walks in the North York Moors National Park, enabling walkers to discover the Tabular Hills, Hambleton Hills, Cleveland Hills, Northern Moors, High Moors, Eastern Moors and Cleveland Coast. There are almost 750km (465 miles) of walking routes described throughout this book, in routes ranging between 4 and 14 miles long, though the North York Moors could easily furnish many more splendid and enjoyable routes. For those walkers who like to rise to a challenge, the course of the classic Lyke Wake Walk is also offered, split over a four-day period as it stretches across the national park from east to west.

The broad North York Moors offer a wonderful sense of spaciousness, but there are also dozens of deep, verdant dales full of charming scenes and hoary stone buildings, as well as a remarkable cliff coastline.

The moors offer no great height yet offer spectacularly extensive views. This guidebook contains 50 walks in seven regions of the North York Moors National Park, enabling walkers to discover the Tabular Hills, Hambleton Hills, Cleveland Hills, Northern Moors, High Moors, Eastern Moors and Cleveland Coast. The walks vary between 4 to 14 miles long and explore the rich variety of the area, focusing on its charm, history, heritage and wildlife.

  • Seasons
    Spring and autumn are ideal to explore the North York Moors. Weather an issue on unsheltered moorland in winter; and accommodation is busy in summer.
  • Centres
    Great Ayton, Helmsley, Hutton-le-Hole, Pickering, Whitby, Osmotherley, Scarborough, Thisk, Guisborough
  • Difficulty
    Varied walks from 4 to 14 miles. Exposed moorland walks to coastal strolls.
  • Must See
    Rievaulx Abbey, Kilburn white horse, industrial archaeology, the high moors, coastal path Whitby – Robin Hood’s Bay

Updates

July 2012

Page 109 - Shows access through Sleddale Farm, this is not possible - see OS map.
Landowner Lord Guisborough has not provided access.

Many thanks for this information from

Bill Dell
Ramblers Association
Footpath Secretary for this location

Contents

CONTENTS
Introduction
Getting to the North York Moors
Getting around the North York Moors
Accommodation
Food and Drink
When to Walk
Maps of the Routes
National Park Visitor Centres
Tourist Information Centres
Emergency Services
The Tabular Hills
Walk 1 West Ayton, Hackness and the Forge Valley
Walk 2 Hackness, Broxa and Whisper Dale
Walk 3 Lockton, Stain Dale, Saltergate and Levisham Moor
Walk 4 Levisham and the Hole of Horcum
Walk 5 Levisham Station, Levisham and Newton-on-Rawcliffe
Walk 6 Hutton-le-Hole, Lastingham, Cropton and Appleton-le-Moors
Walk 7 Gillamoor, Boonhill Common and Fadmoor
Walk 8 Newgate Bank, Rievaulx Moor and Helmsley Bank
Walk 9 Helmsley, Beck Dale and Ash Dale
Walk 10 Hawnby Hill and Easterside Hill
The Hambleton Hills
Walk 11 Rievaulx Abbey and Old Byland
Walk 12 Byland Abbey, Mount Snever and Oldstead
Walk 13 Sutton Bank, Gormire Lake and the White Horse
Walk 14 Osmotherley, Thimbleby, Siltons and Black Hambleton
The Cleveland Hills
Walk 15 Osmotherley, Beacon Hill and High Lane
Walk 16 Chop Gate, Cringle Moor and Cock Howe
Walk 17 Chop Gate, Urra Moor, Hasty Bank and Cold Moor
Walk 18 Kildale, Ingleby Moor and Battersby Moor
Walk 19 Kildale, Leven Vale, Baysdale and Hograh Moor
The Northern Moors
Walk 20 Great Ayton, Easby Moor and Roseberry Topping
Walk 21 Guisborough, Gisborough Moor and Hutton Village
Walk 22 Danby, Siss Cross, Commondale and Castleton
Walk 23 Scaling Dam, Clitherbeck, Danby and Beacon Hill
The High Moors
Walk 24 Chop Gate, Cock Howe, Ryedale and Wetherhouse Moor
Walk 25 Chop Gate, Tripsdale, Bransdale and Bilsdale
Walk 26 Low Mill, Harland, Rudland Rigg and West Gill
Walk 27 Church Houses, Bloworth Crossing and Farndale Moor
Walk 28 Hutton-le-Hole, Ana Cross, Spaunton Moor and Lastingham
Walk 29 Rosedale, Hartoft, Lastingham and Ana Cross
Walk 30 Rosedale Ironstone Railway around Rosedale Head
Walk 31 Rosedale Ironstone Railway from Blakey to Battersby
Walk 32 Westerdale, Fat Betty, Westerdale Moor and Esklets
Walk 33 Danby, Castleton, Botton Village and Danby Rigg
Walk 34 Lealholm, Heads, Glaisdale Moor and Glaisdale Rigg
Walk 35 Glaisdale Rigg, Egton High Moor and Egton Bridge
The Eastern Moors
Walk 36 Goathland, Simon Howe, Wheeldale and Mallyan Spout
Walk 37 Rail Trail from Moorgates to Goathland and Grosmont
Walk 38 Goathland, Sleights Moor and Whinstone Ridge
Walk 39 Goathland, Eller Beck, Lilla Howe and Goathland Moor
Walk 40 Chapel Farm, Lilla Howe and Jugger Howe Beck
Walk 41 Sleights, Ugglebarnby, Falling Foss and Littlebeck
The Cleveland Coast
Walk 42 Runswick Bay, Hinderwell, Staithes and Port Mulgrave
Walk 43 Runswick Bay, Kettleness and Goldsborough
Walk 44 Whitby, Saltwick Bay, Robin Hood's Bay and Hawsker
Walk 45 Robin Hood's Bay, Boggle Hole and Ravenscar
Walk 46 Cloughton, Staintondale, Ravenscar and Hayburn Wyke
The Lyke Wake Walk
Walk 47 Osmotherley, Carlton Bank, Cringle Moor and Hasty Bank
Walk 48 Clay Bank, Urra Moor, Bloworth Crossing and Blakey
Walk 49 Rosedale Head, Hamer, Wheeldale Moor and Simon Howe
Walk 50 Eller Beck, Lilla Howe, Jugger Howe Moor and Ravenscar
 
Appendix 1 A Brief History of the Moors
Appendix 2 North York Moors Industries
Appendix 3 Route Summary
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