Section A

Bridlington - Filey (20 miles)

Having a well earned break in the sun

Having a well earned break in the sun

Big smiles in the sun

Big smiles in the sun

The gorse is looking good in the sunshine

The gorse is looking good in the sunshine

Stopping for a snack

Stopping for a snack

Walking from Flamborough to Filey

Walking from Flamborough to Filey

Challenge Highlights

Try coasteering with Bay Watersports based in Filey.

Filey

Try Paddle boarding with Bay Watersports near Filey.

Filey

There are lots of caves to explore when the tide is out on the Flamborough headland. Please be careful of falling rocks and incoming tides.

Flamborough

Nature & Sustainability Highlights

Watch half a million seabirds nesting on the stunning RSPB Bempton Cliffs. 

watch puffins on bempton cliffs

Both Boggle Hole and South Landing have an incredible array of marine life on their rocky shores. Enjoy the splendour!

LIVING SEAS CENTRE

The cliffs on Flamborough Head are home to 'seabird city'!

Flamborough Cliffs Nature Reserve

Mindful Highlights

Arts Highlights

There's plenty to see in the North Sea off Flamborough. Please seek advice before swimming, check the tides, don't swim far from the beach and leave a friend on shore to help in case of emergency.

Wild swimming at north landing

Tai chi, yoga, dancercise, zumba and spiritual classes are held here.

Filey

Try some yoga, pilates or meditation on weekdays at Planetwise. 

Planetwise Bridlington

Arts Highlights

Stop by to see some fantastic artwork of the area and grab a cup of tea!

The Richard Burton Art Centre and Gallery Tearoom

This hidden gem in the centre of Bempton is an Aladdin's cave piled high from floor to ceiling with books, jewellery and trinkets galore! Open Saturdays and Sundays 1-4:30pm hidden at number 4, Church Lane

Josie's antiques, bempton

Music, comedy, dancing, fairs at the wonderful Bridlington spa!

All sorts of live events

Terrain

This is the Headland Walk.

Mostly on the flat. It's pretty easy to follow the path; most of the time you're walking on the edges of the cliff so you can see the sea. 

Accomodation

We stayed at Centenary Way campsite. Clean, affordable, tidy and has a cafe! It's a nice walk from the campsite down into Filey through the trees and past some donkeys! http://centenarywaycamping.co.uk/ 

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