Saltburn to Whitby Walk
A lovely coastal walk along a section of the Cleveland Way National Trail between Saltburn and Whitby. It's a stunning area with bracing cliff tops paths, lovely beaches and a series of pretty villages.
The walk starts in Saltburn, passing the pretty Saltburn Valley Gardens where there's beautiful formal gardens, woodland and fine views of the ocean. You continue east towards Skinningrove, passing the attractive Cattersty Sands on the way.
The path continues to the village of Boulby where there are some of the highest cliffs in England, at 203 metres (666 ft) above sea level.
The next stage takes you to the village of Staithes. It's a popular tourist destination with its sheltered harbour, high cliffs and pretty cottages. Here you'll also find Cowbar Nab with it's huge seabird colony including Kittiwake, Fulmar and Razorbill.
You continue along the coast to Port Mulgrave and Runswick Bay. This fishing village is another highlight of the Yorkshire coast with its sandy beach, sheltered bay and pretty little cottages. The white thatched property on the seafront is the only remaining thatched house on the Yorkshire coast.
The final section takes you past the moonscape quarry at Sandsend Ness before passing along Whitby Sands and finishing at Whitby.
To extend your exercise you could try the Whitby to Robin's Hood Bay Walk and visit the ruined Whitby Abbey and the picturesque fishing village of Robin's Hood Bay.
You could head north west on the Redcar to Saltburn Beach Walk and visit the nearby village of Marske.
Saltburn to Whitby Ordnance Survey Map - view and print off detailed OS map
Saltburn to Whitby Open Street Map - view and print off detailed map
Saltburn to Whitby OS Map - Mobile GPS OS Map with Location tracking
Saltburn to Whitby Open Street Map - Mobile GPS Map with Location tracking
Saltburn to Whitby Pubs/Cafes
We recommend stopping in Staithes at the famous Cod and Lobster for some refreshments on the walk. The pub is in a great location right next to the harbour where you can sit outside and enjoy sea views with your fish and chips. Indoors there's old photos displaying the history of the area including the violent storms that have visited this little village. You can easily find it on the High Street at a postcode of TS13 5DF for you sat navs. The pub is also very dog friendly if you have your canine friend with you.