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Northallerton Group

We are the Northallerton Ramblers. We open the way for everyone in our local community to enjoy the pleasures of walking.

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Join the Ramblers and enjoy

  • unlimited free access to 50,000 Ramblers group walks
  • a library jam-packed with thousands of tried-and-tested routes
  • a welcome pack teeming with top tips plus our quarterly Walk magazine
  • exclusive discounts from our partners
  • knowing your support is opening up more places to walk and helping more people discover the joy of walking

Overview

A delightful but in places challenging early Summer walk which starts on the Coast, works its way inland and then back to the Coast. Starting at Runswick Bay it loops inland to Ellerby and Newton Mulgrave  then back to the coast, through woodland, to Staithes. From Staithes we take the coastal path back to Runswick Bay, passing the old fishing village of Port Mulgrave. The terrain is Field Paths, Farm tracks and  Cliff tops. The walk has a number of undulations with a few short sharp ups. There are a small number of stiles all in good condition. There is tree felling going on in the woodland approach to Staithes so it might be muddy.

Thursday, 6 June 2024
Start time:
10:00 am
Estimated finish time:
3:15 pm
Difficulty:
Moderate
Distance:
14.5km / 9.0mi
Ascent:
442m / 1450ft
Type:
circular

BOOKING ESSENTIAL at: https://www.northallertonramblers.org.uk/walking/walks-program.html

Features

  • Car parking available

Starting point

Grid reference:
NZ 80903 15962
Nearest postcode:
TS13 5HT
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Start time:
10:00 am

Start at Runswick Bay Bank Bottom Car Park. Please note the parking fee is £6

Join the Ramblers and enjoy

  • unlimited free access to 50,000 Ramblers group walks
  • a library jam-packed with thousands of tried-and-tested routes
  • a welcome pack teeming with top tips plus our quarterly Walk magazine
  • exclusive discounts from our partners
  • knowing your support is opening up more places to walk and helping more people discover the joy of walking