• Cleveland Way concludes

    The Way now enters the concluding section across broad grassy paths. As the final turn is made around Cunstone Nab and the roof tops of Filey hove into view there suddenly seems to be a reluctance in the limbs, a subconscious thought conveyed, a firm desire for the walk not to conclude. But finish it must as the cliffs diminish in size and the drama of the moorland and high cliffs are left behind. Here is the way-marking stone on Filey Brigg. 110 miles of varied walking lie behind and a multitude of memories. Finishing in a beautiful little seaside town set at the head of a stunning bay with a silvery sea gently sparkling in the lunchtime sun lifts the heart and enriches the soul... the Cleveland Way is now finished and the mind turns to pastures new.

    Read more in the Cleveland Way notes in the Long Distance Walks section.

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