The Cleveland Way

September 2000
A nine-day hike around the boundary of the North Yorkshire Moors National Park, starting in Helmsley and ending in Filey.
109 miles, National Trail.
The car park, Helmsley Carolyn at the starting stone, Helmsley Steve at the starting stone, Helmsley
Rievaulx Bridge Approaching Rievaulx Abbey Rievaulx Abbey
Woodland walk to Sutton Bank Looking west from Sutton Bank Take off for a glider, Sutton Bank
Gormire Lake from Sutton Bank top Whitestone Cliff High Barn
Looking back to High Barn Carolyn plans the next step forward, Boltby Forest Looking west from disused quarries, Nab Farm bottom right
Patchwork of colours, Whitestone Scar edge Oakdale Upper Reservoir Nab end of Cleveland Hills
The way ahead - Scarth Wood Moor Looking north from Live Moor - Roseberry Topping on the horizon, centre Viewing point, Cringle End
Carolyn at viewing point, Cringle End" The Wainstones, from Cold Moor Jenny Bradley - a boundary marker stone on Greenhow Moor
'Siberia' from Incline Top, Greenhow Moor A dark and brooding Roseberry Topping from the Cook Monument Cleveland Way fingerpost
Aproach to Roseberry Topping Marker stone halfway up Roseberry Topping Guisborough from viewing point, Highcliff Nab
Carolyn at viewing point, Highcliff Nab Steve at viewing point, Highcliff Nab Looking back at Saltburn from the Ship Inn
Looking south from Huntcliffe Looking north to Huntcliffe Sculpture, Warsett Hill
Looking back.  Warsett Hill in the far distance Port Mulgrave Runswick Bay from the beach
Sandsend.  View from back bedroom window at Marstalls Sandsend.  View from front bedroom window at Marstalls Looking back at Sandsend
Approaching Whitby Whitby Abbey Early morning.  Robin Hood's Bay shrouded in mist
Huge mushroom, Staintondale Waterfall, Hayburn Wyke Looking back to Cloughton Wyke
Looking back at the day's route, Hundale Scar Scarborough from South Cliff Highland cattle, Cayton Bay
Horny beast, Cayton Bay Almost there !! Looking north towards Scarborough, Cayton Bay
Final approach to Filey Brigg Carolyn at the 'completion stone', Filey Brigg Steve at the 'completion stone', Filey Brigg