Cleveland Way Walking Holiday
Walking the Cleveland Way combines the remote nature of the North York Moors with the rugged Cleveland Heritage Coast, the best of two very distinct landscapes. This National Trail punches well above its weight with its variety of walking, scenery and history.
Connect with the rich heritage of Northern England and visit important historical sites such as Helmsley Castle, Mount Grace Priory and Rievaulx Abbey. The Cleveland Way hugs the coastline, following high cliffs and visiting charming seaside towns such as Robin Hood’s Bay, Whitby and Filey. Here you can listen to the tales of smugglers and saints whilst enjoying a refreshing local pint. Spot the variety of wildlife, from the singing seabirds on the coast to grouse hiding in the moors. The waymarking on this long-distance trail is excellent, taking you through green forests, along the dramatic North Sea Coast and rewarding you with far-reaching views to the Cleveland Hills.
Macs Adventure has been organising tailor-made adventures along the Cleveland Way since 2003. Having operated this trip for close to two decades, we know the area and our accommodations along this route very well. Enjoy the ease of having your luggage transferred each day, and the personal touch of the small, family-run accommodations that we choose.