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Walks in Cleveland

Cleveland was a small county in the northeast of England. It was created in 1974 and abolished in 1996. The area is highly industrialised, and even the Cleveland Hills to the south have been heavily mined in the past. Middlesborough, Hartlepool and Billingham are just some of the industrialised towns in the area.

There are not many trails in the county; the Teesdale Way starts at Redcar on route to Dufton, and the Cleveland Way dips into it, joining a spectacular stretch of coastal footpath southwards.

 


 

Below is a map showing all the walks that I have completed in Cleveland.

Map of my walks

Completed walks in Cleveland

 
Some lost penguins in Redcar.

A boggy stretch of the Teesdale Way.

Metal dinosaurs.

   


List of walks in Cleveland

Walk No. Description Distance (miles)
961 Cleveland Way: Kildale to Boulby Cliffs22.9
236 Redcar to Runswick Bay17.2
235 Billingham to Redcar12.3
234 Blackhall to Billingham via Hartlepool20.5

This was a total of 72.9 miles in 4 walks (an average of 18.22 miles per walk).


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