Robin Hood’s Bay is a small fishing village on the northeast coast of England just an hour away from York. It is well-known for its coastline hiking trail, the Cleveland way.
A more adventurous destination for those who love hiking, nature and outdoor.
1. THE CLEAVELAND WAY NATIONAL TRAIL
By simply following the street sign from the car park, you’ll find the starting point of the trail in no time.
The trail is about 5-6 km long (uphill and downhill) which takes about 1.5-3 hours to complete.
Most of the time you’ll be required to walk along this cliffedge..
tt the coastline view makes the hike so enjoyable..
2. THE ROBIN HOOD’S BAY VILLAGE (TOWN CENTRE)
Once you finish the hike head back to the town centre to continue the journey..
The town is surprisingly small with only 3-4 main paths which in total which are all connected to each other..
Some are smaller than the others..
However, it gives you this dark and cool vibes..
And this vintage vibe.
3. THE ROBIN HOOD’S BAY VILLAGE (BEACH AND HILL AREAS)
I really did enjoy this place! I hope you guys have a chance to come and hike at this amazing coastline trail one day soon too.
Please like and comments below to tell me what you think or share your own hiking experiences I would love to learn about them!
Happy adventure everyone!
Kasidit Vongvatanapuntu (Kay)