Max number of walkers allowed on this walk: 20
Length: 5 miles
Meeting Point: The Way of St Hild car park, Marine Terrace, Skinningrove TS13 4BJ
Walk leader: Jacky Wilson (TVWT)
This walk is an exploration of the coast at Skinningrove and an introduction to how its amazing geology (natural and man-made) has given rise to gems of plants and wildlife. We will walk out over the rocks at low tide to view the impressive cliffs and you are never too old to rummage in rockpools or hunt for fossils. (Please wear sturdy footwear and be aware that there will be slippery and uneven ground) Please bring a snack/flask as we will have time for a short break.
How to book
There is a charge of £2.00 per walk per person, which must be paid on booking or by 31st August 2022. You can pay in person by cash, card or cheque made payable to Redcar & Cleveland Borough Council at Flatts Lane Woodland Country Park Visitor Centre or Guisborough Forest & Walkway Visitor Centre. Please note you need to book on each separate walk individually.
Alternatively, please call 01642 459629. Or email email@example.com
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