Tabular Hills Walk
The Tabular Hills Walk is a 48 mile (77Km) trail which added to the Cleveland Way can make a circular walk, or can be undertaken on its own usually in 4 days. The route starts just outside Scarborough at Scalby and ends at Helmsley (where the Cleveland Way begins).
The Tabular Hills mark the southern boundary of the North York Moors National Park. Their name comes from their distinctive table top shape, they rise up gently from the south and end abruptly in a series of steep north facing headlands.
As with the other walks we cover, apart from our door to door baggage courier service, we can arrange your accommodation on a Bed & Breakfast basis (we arrange accommodation where evening meals are available locally) at local inns, hotels, or guest houses, and you will be assured of a pleasant burden-free walk, with warm, dry clothing and other creature comforts ready for you at the end of each day.