• Cleveland Way: Boggle Hole to Scarborough

    Moisture laden haar ( A Viking word mean sea fret) rolls in from The North Sea cloaking all in a shroud of greyish white. Today will not be a walk of extensive views but rather a day of discovering secret coves that reveal themselves at the last moment.

    Carrion crows wheel above in a dance of chaotic soars and plunges to an accompaniment of caws while pigeons alight on nearby branches to feast on ripening Autumnal berries. Activity surrounds the walker slipping and sliding over a muddy route intent on a final goal.

    Boggle Hole is a secretive place - an old mill in a deeply- riven cove, now a Youth Hostel. It sleeps on at this early hour. The nearby beach remains barren with people yet to imprint their presence on it's surface with the only sound being the gentle pulsing of an incoming tide.

    Read more in the Cleveland Way section of Long Distance Walks

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