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Epic walk. Does get bit dull in the middle but the scramble down the waterfall was epic ! Such a stunning day !

Really lovely walk - quite hilly at the beginning. Ramblers Rest is closed on a Tuesday through summer as we found out today!

amazing walk will be back to climb waterfall

My favourite walk of all time. Once the 300 steps are out of the way it's all down hill! Fabulous family walk with lots to see.

Another great walk. With smashing views of the North Yorkshire coast line.

A alternative starting point, park your vehicle on the Cinder track on bottoms lane Hawsker. You can then walk down onto the cliff tops joining the Cleveland way walk. Walking south will take you onto Robin Hood’s bay. There’s some great views of the English coast line and nothing better on a warm sunny day. . I recommend the walk be done on a dry day. There are sections which become muddy. There’s many places in Robin Hood’s bay to eat. The Victoria hotel makes a smashing Sunday lunch. Beware of the canon at 12.00 noon. With a full stomach you can return along the cinder track towards Whitby. Occasionally you may see deer & other wildlife Enjoy your walk. I hope I may return once more.

Good day out with Family, it was very warm and sunny but there is wooded areas that offer shade. My brother’s dog loved it as plenty of chances for a swim in the river.

Hi another great walk lovely views over newton dale and to leversham railway station instructions easy to follow again although just a minor point last sign to village up grassy hill which is hard to spot is on the left not right but will do walk again regards bailes

This has been a favourite of mine since childhood. Beautiful walk all year round, but take care in the wet as the limestone becomes quite slippy. Suitable for dogs. However there was one style I had to lift my dog over. Not an easy task when you're the mother of a labrador.

good walk , bit steep at the begining but worth it , excellent cheese toastie in the Ramblers Rest

Another great walk lovely views across robin hoods bay across to ravenscar coastal paths on cliff tops quite dry at moment instructions easy to follow again regards bailes

hello, did this walk yesterday, really enjoyed it, instructions very easy to follow, regards bailes

Loverly Walk, fantastic views

A lovely walk, instructions easy to follow again, a very easy walk

Hi, did this walk this morning, what a lovely walk, instructions spot on again, just a couple of gentile gradiants woodlands very nice but without gps tracker would be very easy to miss narrow path on left to small bridge regards Bailes

Lovely easy walk with amazing views. Brought back memories of DofE as we camped at the Gordale Scar campsite.

As others have said, the small wooden bridge near the far point of the walk is very easy to miss. You need to turn down a narrow overgrown path and ignore the larger path carrying straight on. A tip for the way back: rather than double back along the road into Pickering, you can walk through the woods to its east for a good section.

The ravines have steep steps, so care is needed. Some steps are uneven stone, others are soil retained by wooden boards which may be a little loose. I would recommend a walking pole. Stunning views over the sea, with wave-cut platforms visible at low tide. There is access to beaches, but these may be overgrown with thistles and nettles in the summer. The Station Cafe at Cloughton is only open Saturday to Wednesday, even during summer school holiday, but is lovely if you can visit.

10 months ago

Great walk this. To note, we walked this on a hot sunny day, not much shade so almost always in the full sun.

Lovely autumn walk although very wet underfoot in the fields by the beck

Thursday, February 02, 2017

Great walk but stream was a bit tricky and some climbs very muddy. But it was January!

Wednesday, November 23, 2016

A lovely walk, I would recommend using the GPS feature when looking for the small wooden bridge as it is very easy to miss. Other than this the instructions were very easy to follow.

We did this walk yesterday and would like to add that it is not a scramble up Gordale Scar, would say that it was meant for experienced walkers on this type of terrain and not good for dogs. The walk was lovely but we had to take the road around Gordale Scar.

Very pleasant walk, especially the first part along the side of the beck.

Nice, easy stroll for a breath of fresh air.

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