This route consists mainly of farm and moorland tracks. Along the way walkers will be treated to great views of the Wain Stones and the Tees valley. The pathways along this route can be muddy and full of scree in the earlier sections but after the halfway point, when The Cleveland Way is reached, the tracks are either tarmacked or consist of well maintained flagstones.
Circular | 11km (6.9 miles) | Difficulty: Medium
This is a longer version of the walk from Chop Gate to Cold Moor. The route consists mostly of well defined tracks across moorlands.
Circular | 15.5km (9.64 miles) | Difficulty: Medium
This route covers moors, farmland and forest. The first half of this route traverses the top of the Cleveland hills from Claybank (the same as the Round Hill walk) and heads West to Cringle Moor offering great views across Teesside. The route then descends to the Teesside plane and returns to Claybank along the bottom of the hills and back up through the Broughton Plantation.
Circular | 13km (8 miles) | Difficulty: Medium to Hard
This is a route offering some amazing views across the plane of Teesside and moors of Cleveland. The route covers a range of terrain from forest to moorland and can be traversed in a number of different ways.
Circular | 12km (7.46 miles) | Difficulty: Medium
This route stars in the Yorkshire village of Helmsley and passes many interesting sights such as the ruins of Helmsley castle, the grounds of Duncombe house, Rievaulx abbey and several follies.
Circular | 11km (6.9 miles) | Difficulty: Easy
Despite several steep inclines this route is relatively easy with most of it taking place on well maintained paths and lanes. The route starts from a forestry commission car park on Dikes Lane outside of Great Ayton.
Circular | 10.6km (6.59 miles) | Difficulty: Easy