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Nick Thynne

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NYM Winter Walk ideas
« on: 13:35:47, 13/11/19 »
Winter walking and camping season approaches.


Any good one or two day walking ideas around the North York Moors? The north moors '3 peaks' is a favourite for a long one day walk- Highcliff Nab, Roseberry Topping and Captain Cooks Monument.


Anyone have any good 2 day walk ideas? Ideally with a pub in the middle  ;D ;D ;D


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Re: NYM Winter Walk ideas
« Reply #1 on: 15:15:24, 13/11/19 »
Do you mean something like starting and finishing at the Lion Inn?  O0

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Re: NYM Winter Walk ideas
« Reply #2 on: 15:53:07, 13/11/19 »
Sections of the Cleveland Way or the Esk Valley walk?  Both easily accessible by public transport.


... you could "base yourself" at a pub, catch the bus/train to the start of your day's walk, and walk back to the pub, then do the same in the opposite direction the next day  O0
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Re: NYM Winter Walk ideas
« Reply #3 on: 10:22:39, 14/11/19 »
Anything involving the Lion Inn is usually good  ;D  A north-south or vice versa walk in the NYM is perfect for a night in the Lion actually, I did that a couple of years ago from Guisborough to Kirkby Moorside. Highly recommend it.


Despite being brought up right there, i have never actually walked the Cleveland Way completely. The North east coast is a favourite though...can be brutal this time of year however...


Any good walking ideas around Dalby/Cropton forest way?




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Re: NYM Winter Walk ideas
« Reply #4 on: 19:20:50, 14/11/19 »
Hole of Horcum.


Bridestones.


Levisham Moor.


Fylingdales.


Dalby and Cropton Forests are too commercialised (in my opinion).  Plus there's the 9 road toll ....


Anywhere on the coast path.


Further west - Hawnby Bumps.



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