Redcar and Cleveland is home to lots of wide open countryside and stunning landscapes so why not discover and experience the best of Redcar and Cleveland by foot with these self-guided, downloadable walking routes;
Redcar and Cleveland is proud to be included in 3 nationally recognised walking routes;
Cleveland Way – The Cleveland Way is a 109-mile National Trail that follows a horseshoe loop around the edge of the North York Moors National Park and into Redcar and Cleveland, including Roseberry Topping and winds through to Saltburn. For route information, visit www.nationaltrail.co.uk/clevelandway
English Coast Path – The English Coast Path is a National Trail bring developed around the entire coast of England. The stretch in Redcar and Cleveland is fully open. For route information, visit www.nationaltrail.co.uk/england-coast-path-ne
Tees Link – The Tees Link is an 11-mile route that connects the Cleveland Way at Highcliff Nab to the England Coast Path and Teesdale Way near the Riverside Stadium, combing to make a 30-mile circuit within Redcar and Cleveland. For route information, visit www.walkingpages.co.uk/trails_paths/ldpteeslink.html
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