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Walking or cycling  – we’ve got you covered!

Walking

Redcar and Cleveland is home to lots of wide open countryside and stunning landscapes just waiting to be discovered.

Walking for Health 2019

Why not discover Redcar and Cleveland by foot and join one of the weekly guided walks. All walks are free and there is something suitable for all abilities.  Click the link that follows for the full walking programme Health Walks April – June 2019.

If you would prefer to adventure alone, numerous self guided walking routes are available. Click on the walk name below for its trail leaflet.

Self Guided Walking Routes
Outdoor and adventure activities - A walk through the countryside Guisborough Three Peaks
Ironstone Heritage Trail
Errington Woods
Eston Moors
Flatts Lane & Lazenby Bank
Flatts Lane Woodland Country Park
Guisborough Forest & Walkway
Saltburn Valley Gardens
Changing Habitats
The Ancient Woods of Loftus
The Miners Way
The Geology of Eston Hills

You can also find more information and walking routes off the Let’s Go Tees Valley website .

Cycling

Cycling is convenient, cheap, environmentally friendly and can even help to keep you fit.

The Let’s Go Tees Valley and Sustrans  website have route builders that can help you find some of the best cycle routes in our borough and beyond.

You can find the cycling routes in Redcar and Cleveland by using the MyRedcar map.

To find out more about what wider Tees Valley has to offer, visit www.enjoyteesvalley.com.

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