The traditional walk fest of North Yorkshire Moors always begins through crossing the routes of Cleveland Way. It is because Cleveland Way is full of eye pleasing natural surroundings that include green pastures and scenic landscapes of North Yorkshire. If you are unable to decide whether to opt for heather moorland or long coastline, then surely you must try the route of Cleveland Way which runs at a distance of 110 mile long connecting places like Filey and Helmsley. People trailing across its coastal footpath and moors do have the chance to come across landmark spots like Robin Hood’s bay and Staithes which are chiefly the fishing villages of the area.
At the same time they have the scope to cross the Urra Moor which is the highest moor of the region. Campers will also come into close contact with age old stone boulders whose date of inception can be traced back to the period of pre-historic times. Here trailers can explore the entire region freely with the expectation of unveiling something new in the form of fossil or gemstone. For participating in this trail festival, interested people need to refer to the official Moor website for essential guidelines and criteria to be a part of this spectacular journey.
Basically the primary starting point for the commencement of this walk trailing event is from Market Cross that lies in the central part of Hemsley. Then it shall end once reaching the coastal area of Filey Brigg which is 7 miles to the south of the Scarborough. In the middle of the starting and finishing point you will be enjoying the surrounding environment that include castles, unexplored abbeys and many more. In short, to be a part of this walk event is a lifetime experience.