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A-Z of WALKS and CATEGORIES

Scarborough

'Tree-felling has opened up the views on the first part of the walk, and you really feel on top of the world as the path swings round the scarp edge. The return is through the dappled shade of mixe ...
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'A Sunday walking programme runs throughout the year ... There is also a Wednesday evening and Saturday social walk programme. The walks cover the stunning scenery of the Yorkshire Moors and the su ...
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'Esklets are a series of becks that join up down in the valley close to Castleton. The walk starts at Castleton Moor station and passes through or near eight of the villages along the Esk ...
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'This website has nearly twenty walks for you to enjoy along our coastline. These include 6 linear sections following the Cleveland Way National Trail. Each walk will give you an insight i ...
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'Formed in 1937 as the Scarborough Branch of the CHA (Co-Operative Holiday Association) and has offered 2-3 walks a week continuously since that date. Walks are led by volunteer leaders and the Clu ...
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'The Tabular Hills are an east-west line of distinct hills on the southern boundary of the North York Moors, running from Scarborough in the east all the way to Black Hambleton in ...
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'The following year, 1972, the walk attracted 147 entrants and took place in July. A third walk was organised in 1973 and in 1974 a book, written by Malcolm Boyes, was published about the three wal ...
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'A thousand years of ecclesiastical and maritime heritage are preserved in the historic port of Whitby. Fine houses, secret courtyards, alleys and ghauts remain to be discovered with the "STORYWALK ...
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