Leaflets and Downloads

Leaflet Downloads

You can download copies of leaflets about the Trail here.

The official leaflet for the Cleveland Way National Trail.

New for 2017 this booklet gives information on facilities available and a wide range of hotels, bed and breakfast and hostels along the route. In addition there are contact numbers for pubs, shops and doctors along the Trail. Updated July 2017.

New for 2017 this booklet gives information on facilities available and the range of campsites and hostels along the route. In addition there are contact numbers for pubs, shops and doctors along the Trail.

This is a short, moderate walk on a variety of surfaced and grass paths. The walk is likely to be suitable for people with impaired mobility or with a pushchair, wheelchair or mobility scooter.

This easy walk passes through National Trust land, offering coastal scenery at its dramatic best. This walk is likely to be suitable for people with impaired mobility and the northern loop is also suitable for people with a pushchair, wheelchair or mobility scooter.

This short, classic walk offers one of the most spectacular views over the village of Robin Hood’s Bay and across to the magnifi cent cliffs of Ravenscar. It is likely to be suitable for people with impaired mobility or with a pushchair, wheelchair or mobility scooter.

A pleasant walk along the cliff top with wide views over Runswick Bay. This is an easy walk and is likely to be suitable for people with impaired mobility or with a pushchair, wheelchair or mobility scooter. This walk has a maximum gradient of 1 in 20. It is likely to be suitable for people with  impaired mobility or with a pushchair, wheelchair or mobility scooter. The walk has no steps or stiles. Conditions will vary depending on the recent weather conditions.

Leaflet describing the coastal path from Hendon to Hartlepool, produced by the Durham Heritage Coast. 

 Guidance as the basis for managing events on all National Trails. 

Promote your business to walkers and people who enjoy exploring the coast on the National Trails website.