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This is one of the North York Moors National Park's Coastal Ambles.
Robin Hood’s Bay holds a fascinating mix of history and legend. A Stone Age settlement, smugglers’ haunt in the 1700s and a 190 million year old coastline full of ancient rocks, Jurassic fossil and rock pools. This experience leads you along the beach at low tide and back on the Cleveland Way National Trail, with views from the cliff top. Check tide times. Add 10 minutes to the Whitby tide times for Bay.
- Distance: 1 1/2 miles/ 2.25km
- Duration: about 2 hours
- Difficulty: There are steep steps at both Boggle Hole and Robin Hood's Bay
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