Explorer Map OL26, - North York Moors (Western
You don't need a map to enjoy this walk.
The outward leg between the Sutton Bank Visitor Centre and Sneck Yate
follows a straight road, with wonderful views to the right of Newgate
Bank, Eastersides, Hawnby Hill and Bilsdale Moor.
From Sneck Yate the Cleveland Way footpath is followed back to the Viisitor
Sections of the way bewteen Sneck Yate and the Visitor Centre are divided
into cycle tracks and parallel footpaths. If you use a cycle track care
is needed as cyclists have the right of way and can travel fast.
It is, of course, also possible to do the walk in reverse order (e.g.
returning from Sneck Yate).
For a Memory Map overlay of the walk described, please select the above
(Overlay made with Version 5 of Memory Map)
Some new mapping software is now available which you may
want to try, - QUO mapping. You can download the software for free from
the link below, complete with demonstration maps. Having installed QUO,
you can import and export Memory Map overlays. Thus YOU DON'T NEED Memory
Map to use any of the overlays provided on the Grey Panthers web site,
- just use QUO!!
Start from Sutton Bank Visitor Centre (SE516 830).
Take the road North Eastwards towards Cold Kirby. A footpath has been
created to the left of this road, and this should be taken.
At Dialstone Fram, now follow the road almost due North all the way to
the cross-roads at Sneck Yate (SE50970 87695).
Here turn left and follow the road downhill for a couple of hundred yards.
On your left is a stie and gate that opens onto the track that reurns
you to the Visitor Centre.