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Yorkshire Coast Path

Yorkshire Coast Path

by: Andrew Vine
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 is magnificent cliff-top and seaside walking, by turns exhilarating, picturesque and lonely. You will walk beside chalk cliffs soaring to 600ft, teeming colonies of seabirds, smugglers' coves honeycombed with caves, 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 in some of Britain's most famous holiday towns, including Whitby, Scarborough, Filey and Bridlington, the quaint fishing villages of Staithes and Robin Hood s Bay, and the remote expanse of Holderness.

This full colour walking guide has been produced to a very high quality with Ordnance Survey 1:25,000 scale Explorer maps of the route. It provides a definitive guide to the coastal path and is packed with information and colour photographs that bring the coast to life. The route is described in sections, each with supplementary information about everything of interest along the way. Information is provided about the towns and villages visited. It is an essential for holidaymaker and day-tripper alike, serious walkers or those looking for an afternoon's ramble through inspiring landscapes.

ISBN 9870993291180 Pages 160 (2019) 130mm x 210mm

Price: 14.75