The beautiful section of the Yorkshire Coast between Saltburn and Skinningrove is less visited than that further south. The return via Warsett Hill offers variety to the rolling cliffs.
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- Start Point: Saltburn Car Park west side of the river near the beach (TS12 1HQ)
- Finish Point: Saltburn Car Park
- Distance: 7 Miles
It’s easy to get to the seafront by car.
Saltburn has an easily accessed railway station on the Tees Valley Line, which runs between Bishop Auckland and Saltburn via Darlington. The station, situated 12 miles 57 chains east of Middlesbrough, serves the seaside town of Saltburn-by-the-Sea, Redcar and Cleveland in North Yorkshire.
The X4 bus service runs between Middlesbrough, Saltburn and Whitby.
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Any walk along the Yorkshire Coast is undulating and varied. This is no exception. Starting at Saltburn there is a steep climb to start with as you follow the Cleveland Way which sticks close to the cliffs.
Skinningrove is an old fishing village which offers a great contrast with Saltburn, more of a Victorian tourist hot spot! The return is a little inland and takes in the lovely viewpoint of Warsett Hill and the Old Railway which used to link all the coastal towns.