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 Scarborough to Hunmanby, Noth Yorks. Sunday,23rd June ,2024
Today's three walks cover sections of the coastal path from Scarborough  in the north to Muston Sands further down the coast. All the walks will finish inland at the village of Hunmanby where the coach will collect us for the homeward journey.                                                               

The coach will travel directly to Scarborough and drop-off the 'A' Group before continuing to Osgodby near to Cayton Bay where the 'B' Group will start their walk. The final drop-off point for the 'C' Group will be at the Country Park in Filey.

Please note :

There will be an early 8.00am start from just the one pick-up point at Waterdale.

Parking charges of £1 have recently been introduced around parts of Waterdale - so check before you leave your car.

'AWalk-Leaders-Catherine & Jackie. Dist-10.5 miles. Asc-1100'.Grade-Mod. 

 Our coastal walk today starts from the Sea Cliff Road carpark on the outskirts of Scarborough.  From here we immediately pick up the Cleveland Way heading south towards Cayton Bay where we will have our coffee stop where there are also toilets facilities.  We continue on the coastal path with occasional diversions where the path has been eroded.  Eventually we arrive at Filey Brigg and  make our way into Filey for our lunch stop where there are facilities including fish and chip shops, coffee shops and pubs.  The meeting point after lunch is the children’s Bouncy Castle on the sea front.  From there we will continue along the sea front until we reach the flight of steps which will take us up into the park.  Crossing the park will bring us to the car park and field which will lead us to the footpath taking us to the A165 main Scarborough/Bridlington road.  Having crossed this busy road, we go through the gate onto the path leading us into Hunmanby.    We walk through the village where there are two pubs, The Cottage and The White Swan (and hopefully the coach)!

This walk is approximately 12 miles.  Although a coastal walk, it is in parts quite undulating, however on a lovely summer’s day the views are quite spectacular – fingers crossed.

 'B'Walk - Leader- Barry Osborne. Distance-9.25 miles. Asc-925'.Mod + .           

This is a wonderful coastal walks from Osgodby, which overlooks Cayton Bay, along the Cleveland Way through Filey to Hunmanby .                                                            

Filey was once a very busy fishing village, however, it is more noted as a tourist attraction in North Yorkshire between its busier neighbours Scarborough and Bridlington .







The walk:

As said above we start our walk from a car park off the A165 at Osgodby. From here we make our way over to Tenants Cliff, overlooking Cayton Bay. It’s  here we join the Cleveland Way passing Labberston Cliff, then Grithorpe Cliff  which leads us past North Cliff to Filey Country  Park .

From here the walk takes us across Filey sea front, possibly a beach walk, as far as Muston Sands. Here we leave the sea and the wonderful views it has given us to continue our walk passing Muston Grange. From here we proceed down Centenary Way to Hunmanby where we can experience the delights that the White Swan or The Cottage have to offer.

Please join me on this excellent coastal walk with the fantastic views it has to offer

'C''  Walk - Leaders-Colin & Andy. Dist-4.5 miles. Asc-371'. Grade-Easy. 

 After morning refreshments near to the Country Park in Filey, the walk will join the Centenary Way path which runs alongside the beach for about 2 kilometres, before turning inland at Muston Sands through the Caravan/Camping Park at Muston Grange. This path will eventually meet the A1039 and then the junction with the A139.                               

After crossing this busy road with care we proceed south-westerly through pleasant countryside for approximately 3 kilometres into the village of Hunmanby where we have a choice of two pubs for our drinks, the Cottage and the White Swan.

The coach will collect us in the village at a pre-arranged time.

This is a pleasant easy walk of some 4.5 miles and the ascent is a modest 370 feet since the coastal section of the walk is relatively short and not too demanding.                 

We hope you will enjoy the day.

Colin & Andy