Cleveland Way Walking Holiday
The Cleveland Way explores an untouched area of Northern England where dinosaurs once used to roam.
On this trail of varying landscapes, from high cliff tops to peaceful moorland, you will continually skirt the North York Moors National Park. Here pilgrims found peace and settled on these moors creating important abbeys and churches, the remains of which can still be seen today.
Wander through historic villages, explore picturesque old shops, and enjoy local hospitality. Revel in the impressive views over the Cleveland Hills and also pass Rock Cliff, the highest point in Eastern England. This journey also hugs the coastline and takes you through such charming seaside towns as saltburn-on-Sea and Filey.
Read Ben Lerwill's celebration of the Cleveland Way featured in The Sunday Times.