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Coastliner Way - Malton to Whitby

N Yorkshire

71 km / 44 miles
At Malton, the branch of Coastliner Way going to Whitby (legs 9 to 15 and covering 44 miles) first crosses the Vale of Pickering NCA. It passes close to the controversial site earmarked for gas fracking at Kirby Misperton, calls at Pickering Parish Church to see the rare medieval wall paintings, and then continues across the North York Moors National Park. The Park is known for its heather moorland. Internationally, this is a rare habitat and about 70% of the world’s distribution is found in the UK, the largest continuous expanse in England and Wales being in the North York Moors. Other highlights along the route include the Bridestones SSSI, Goathland and the Cleveland Dyke, Falling Foss waterfall and the Littlebeck SSSI.

From Sleights, the trail uses the Esk Valley Walk to Whitby and here the way goes through Pannett Park, the location of Whitby’s internationally known Museum with its fine displays illustrating the importance of Yorkshire’s Dinosaur Coast. Finally, the climax of this branch of the walk is the ascent to Whitby Abbey, the original abbey having been founded in 657 by St Hilda, historically one of this country’s most remarkable women.

Coastliner Way maps and route navigation descriptions are technically free to print out from our website (www.johneckersley.wordpress.com) although we would ask you to make a voluntary donation to Christian Aid. Christian Aid is a Christian organisation that insists that the world can and must be swiftly changed to one where everyone can live a full life, free from poverty. Christian Aid has a vision – an end to poverty – and we believe that vision can become a reality.


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Path Type: Other Paths
Attributes: Other Paths
Average Gradients
Moorland
National Park
River
Pilgrimage
Religious
Charity
Start: SE786713 - Malton, N Yorkshire View on StreetMap
Finish: NZ901112 - Whitby, N Yorkshire View on StreetMap
Web Sites: Coastliner Way

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70.8 km (44.0 miles)
1,139 m (3,737 ft) ascent
291 m (955 ft)  maximum height

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