About the trail the cleveland way national trail is a 109 mile 175 km walking route through beautiful and ever changing landscapes and scenery officially opened on 24th may 1969 it was the second recognised national trail in england and wales starting from the attractive market town of helmsley the cleveland way heads across the inspirational and breathtaking heather moorland of the . Find out more about the cleveland way choose and book a national trail break or be inspired by our suggested itineraries read facts about the trail and watch the trail video cleveland way trail information map find out about the trail and use the interactive map to explore accommodation services and attractions on the route create your own trip along the cleveland way use the . The cleveland way national trail is a 109 mile 175 km walking route through beautiful and ever changing landscapes and scenery it starts at helmsley and ends on filey brigg the trail offers the best of both worlds heather moorland and stunning coastal scenery helmsley to sutton bank 10 miles 16 km. The cleveland way is the 108 mile 173 km national trail that skirts the edge of the north york moors national park following natural englands acorn waymarks the route stretches from helmsley and the white horse in the west across the moors to the dramatic coastline from saltburn to filey offering panoramic views of the countryside and coast. The cleveland way and yorkshire wolds way meet at filey enabling a longer continuous route on national trails the waymarked cleveland street walk 11 miles which is included on os mapping connects guisborough with loftus and easy access to the coast cleveland way national trail crossing the cleveland way national trail inland at
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