GPS Cycle and Walking Routes

Ingleby Greenhow Walks

5 miles (8.5 km)

This pretty little village is located in a nice spot on the edge of the North York Moors National Park. For walkers there's some attractive local woodland and hill climbs with wonderful views over the moors to enjoy.
This circular walk from the village takes you up onto Battersby Moor and Ingleby Moor to the east of the settlement. Here you visit Ingleby Bank, the Otter Hills, Turkey Nab and Tidy Brown Hill where there are some fine views over the countryside to Captain Cook's Monument. The route then descends west to Ingleby Beck and Ingleby Manor before returning to the village.


TS9 6LL - Please note: Postcode may be approximate for some rural locations

Ingleby Greenhow OS Map - Mobile GPS OS Map with Location tracking

Ingleby Greenhow Open Street Map - Mobile GPS Map with Location tracking


Back in the village head to the Dudley Arms for some post walk refreshment. The pub is set in a 17th Century coaching inn and includes a restaurant with an unusual Tudor style design, together with a cosy Bistro which exudes a warm welcome. You can find them at postcode TS9 6LL for your sat navs.

Further Information and Other Local Ideas

Head north and you could pick up the Cleveland Way Circular Walk from Great Ayton to take you to two of the highlights of the area. On the route you'll visit Captain Cook's Monument before a climb to the wonderful Roseberry Topping. The popular Guisborough Forest and Walkway is also not far away.
To the south westthere's the fascinating ancient sites at the Lord Stones and the Wainstones. The climb to Carlton Bank near Carlton in Cleveland is also located in this area.
For more walking ideas in the area see the North York Moors Walks page.


Houses at Ingleby Greenhow - - 298450

Houses at Ingleby Greenhow

Ingleby Beck - - 1540584

Ingleby Beck. Taken from footbridge in woods just below Ingleby Manor

Ingleby Manor - - 1739830

Ingleby Manor

Small Crag, Ingleby Bank - - 297258

Small Crag, Ingleby Bank In the distance is Easby Moor with Captain Cook's Monument. Crags are on the edge of Ingleby/Battersby Moor looking towards Easby Moor

Bank Foot Farm and Cottage - - 429179

Bank Foot Farm and Cottage

Western End of Battersby Crag - - 766907

Western End of Battersby Crag Above the Otter Hills. Park Nab in the distance.

Turkey Nab - - 297261

Turkey Nab

Large Sandstone Block, Battersby Sandstone Quarry - - 784061

Large Sandstone Block, Battersby Sandstone Quarry. The 3x3x3m block has four holding down bolts in the top and sits at the top of an obvious incline which would have been used for winching the sandstone clogs down the escarpment possibly on a rudimentary tramway.


GPS Files

GPX File

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Memory Map Route

Ingleby Greenhow.mmo (On Desktop:Right Click>'Save As. On Ipad/Iphone:Click and hold >Share>Save to Files)