Attractions around Redcar and Cleveland

There are plenty of places to see and visit around Redcar and Cleveland. Whether you love hiking or cycling, Redcar and Cleveland is a region where 20 hidden gems are waiting to be explored and visited. Check the top places to visit in the region and plan your next adventure today.

The top 20 Attractions around Redcar and Cleveland

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    Captain Cook's Monument

    Hiking Highlight

    At the 1,063 feet (324 metre) peak of Easby Moor, you will find a monument to legendary seafarer Captain James Cook. As you hike in this area, imagine a young …

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    Roseberry Topping

    Hiking Highlight

    Roseberry Topping erupts proudly from the level landscape of the North York Moors; its dramatic shape inspiring many photographers and painters. It is a relatively challenging, but manageable, hike to …

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    Dan
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    The Wainstones

    Hiking Highlight

    This distinctive and fierce-looking rocky outcrop is popular with hikers and there are fantastic views across to Middlesbrough and the Tees. Many climbers tackle the twin pillars of the steeple …

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    Dan
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    Tees Barrage

    Bike Touring Highlight

    nice little spot by the river side

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    Newport Bridge

    Bike Touring Highlight

    watch out for the pot holes

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    Staithes

    Hiking Highlight

    As you wander through the winding streets of Staithes and down to the traditional bay, it really feels as though time has stood still for hundreds of years. Much more …

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    Dan
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    Lovely stretch along the river tees.

    Bike Touring Highlight (Segment)

    Nice cycle path along the side of the River Tees that takes you from Newport Bridge to the Tees Barrage Way Bridge. The cycle path passes through Maze Park, a …

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    Urra Moor

    Hiking Highlight

    The vast expanse of Urra Moor is the highest moorland in the North York Moors National Park. As you hike through the rugged and windswept landscape, you will find an …

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    Dan
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    Lord Stones Country Car Park

    Mountain Biking Highlight

    Car park for accessing the Lords Stones as well as the Carlton Bank DH track located at the top of Cringle end, there is also a nice rideable bridleway along …

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    Carlton DH Track

    Mountain Biking Highlight (Segment)

    Carlton Bank Trails is a good fun DH track which is maintained with permission from the land owner. You start the track at the highest point on the hill which …

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    Saltburn Pier

    Hiking Highlight

    In Saltburn by the Sea you can take a short break and take a walk on the pier opened in 1869. It is 208 meters long and offers spectacular views of the beach and the North Sea.

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    Newton Wood

    Hiking Highlight

    This is a wonderful old woodland to stroll through at any time of year. However, if you are lucky enough to be sauntering through here during Bluebell season (April-May), then …

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    Dan
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    Saltburn Cliff Lift

    Hiking Highlight

    The lift is technically classed as a funicular railway allows access to saltburn pier from the town above.

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    seamer slog

    Road Cycling Highlight (Segment)

    Fun scenic downhill from Seamer towards Hilton, Often referred to as Turbines for its views of the turbines spanning the surrounding countryside. Average Gradient of - 2% with peaks of around -10% in places.

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    Waiting for me Dad sculpture

    Bike Touring Highlight

    Mackensie Thorpe bronze sculpture near the Transporter bridge. Thorpe is a local artist who started drawing as a child when he wouldn't walk over the top of the bridge with his classmates and the teacher told him to draw it

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    Beach Walk

    Hiking Highlight (Segment)

    This is a superb stretch of beach that you can walk along, all the way between Sandsend and Whitby. It is not possible to do the entire stretch at high …

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    Dan
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    Kirkleatham Almshouses

    Bike Touring Highlight

    This beautiful historic building has been a social institution since 1676, founded by Sir William Turner, who was once Mayor of London. Under the name of William Turner's Hospital, it …

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    Lordstones

    Hiking Highlight

    Take a break in this beautiful tea garden!

    Gönn´ dir eine Pause! :)

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    Niklas
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    Runswick Bay

    Hiking Highlight

    Runswick Bay is one of the prettiest coastal destinations in Yorkshire and a must-see if you enjoy traditional British seaside. With a sweeping, sheltered bay, sandy beach, clean waters, rock …

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    Dan
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    Yorkshire cycle hub

    Road Cycling Highlight

    Absolutely worth checking out as this place is quite amazing. There's everything one might need for an ace day (or week) out on the bikes, whether you're into road, gravel, …

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