Pictures From My Cycle Tours Of The North York Moors And East Coast

Welcome to this part of my site featuring pictures from my cycle tours of The North York Moors and East Coast, Described as North England's most beautiful coastline.  

Newton On Rawcliffe. Pleasent village situated about 3 miles north of Pickering, Overlooking the meltwater gorge of Newtondale

Wheeldale Moor. This Scene is looking south towards Rutmoor with views of Cropton Forest in the distance.

Wheeldale Moor. This scene is looking north towards the steep decend down to wheeldale gill and is one of the highest climbs up towards High Moor.

The pleasent seaside town of Whitby. Taken on a summer evening from the east pier looking up to the Abbey with grand views of Church Street cottages.

Whitby. Taken on a summer evening and this scene is looking south from the east pier towards the main town and harbour.

Whitby. This is a summer night time scene, Looking north over the famous 199 steps towards the mouth of of the River Esk as it joins the North Sea.

Robin Hoods Bay. Taken while riding the Sustrans Cycle Route 1 to Scarborough. Despite the haze it's lovely red brick cottages still stand out.

Ravenscar. This scene is on the Sustrans cycle route to Scarborough and the milestone tells you the distance and route number.

Ravenscar. Situated at the southern end of Robin Hoods Bay and is sited on some of the highest cliffs of this coastline that are about 600 feet high.

Thornton-le-Dale. Situated about 2 miles east of Pickering on the Thirsk to Scarborough road and is a popular tourist village for refreshment.

Robin Hoods Bay. Taken on The Cleveland Way footpath on my walk from Boggle Hole Youth Hostel. A torch is recommended after dark.

Robin Hoods Bay. Similar view as picture 7 in almost the same location but clearer view due to better visability.

Robin Hoods Bay. This is the Cleveland Way approach into the north end of the Village. More recommended for cyclists except freeweeling is neccessary.

Robin Hoods Bay. This is on the beach at low tide and as you can see, The sea wall gets a good battering from the winter storms at high tides.

Runswick Bay. A lovely picture post card village situated 5 miles north of Whitby. Taken during my cycle tour of Autumn 2011.

Staithes. Another lovely Gem of a Yorkshire fishing village located about 8 miles north of Whitby. Taken during my cycle tour of Autumn 2011.

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