This section of the England Coast Path opened in July 2016, it primarily traces the line of the Cleveland Way National Trail, but extends north into Middlesbrough.
This 68 mile stretch of the England Coast Path, running from the North Yorkshire coast to the industrial heart of Middlesbrough, is the longest part of the England Coast Path yet to be opened. Connecting the communities of Teesside with their beautiful open coast, with its beaches, small fishing villages and remote cliff tops, this trail provides an opportunity for locals and tourists alike to enjoy the dramatic scenery of the region. This stretch of path includes the coastal part of the existing Cleveland Way National Trail, and is now also waymarked as the England Coast Path.
The England Coastal Path seeks to hug the shoreline as much as possible. In some locations, this means trekking along the shoreline itself, while in others, it may require going inland for brief periods. Look out for the easily recognizable acorn waymarkers, which clearly indicate the path’s route. Away from populated areas, the path may be unpaved and muddy in wet weather. Conversely, in cities and towns, you may find yourself walking on promenades or pavements near roads.
For more information see here: https://www.nationaltrail.co.uk/en_GB/trails/england-coast-path-north-east/route-description/
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