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Yorkshire Coast Path: A guide to walking 120 miles of magnificent coastline from Redcar to the Humber

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Publication Type
Guidebook
Author
Andrew Vine
ISBN
9780993291180
Date Published
2019
Size
208 x 131
Number of Pages
160pp
Cost
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Publisher's Information 2019

The Yorkshire coastline is one of the most spectacular in Britain and you can walk the length of it. From Redcar all the way south to Bridlington, and then on along Spurn Point on the Humber Estuary, is magnificent clifftop and seaside walking, by turns exhilarating, picturesque and lonely. You ll walk beside chalk cliffs soaring to 600ft, teeming colonies of seabirds and miles of the finest beaches, to end at the unique peninsula of Spurn, a sliver of sand and shingle so fragile it seems certain to be overwhelmed at any moment. The route takes you to the famous holiday towns of Whitby, Scarborough, Filey and Bridlington, the quaint villages of Staithes and Robin Hood s Bay, and the quiet, remote expanse of Holderness. This definitive walking guide maps the whole route on large-scale OS maps and is packed with colour photos. It is an essential purchase for the long-distance walker and afternoon stroller alike.

Andrew Vine was formerly Deputy Editor of the Yorkshire Post and still writes a weekly column for it. His previous books include Last of the Summer Wine and A Very Strange Way to Go to War: The Canberra in the Falklands. He lives in Leeds.


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