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A tour of Whitby





A tour of Whitby
3.03 mi
250 ft
250 ft
Easy hike. Great for any fitness level. Easily-accessible paths. Suitable for all skill levels. The starting point of the Tour is accessible with public transport.


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Includes a segment with temporary access restrictions

Check ahead to confirm restricted segments are open to the public.

208 yd in total

Includes movable bridges

Check opening times.

2 in total


WhitbyGet Directions

Train Station
305 yd


Hiking Highlight

0.63 mi

Whitby West Pier

Hiking Highlight

1.20 mi

Whitby Beach

Hiking Highlight

2.07 mi

199 Steps

Hiking Highlight

2.33 mi

Whitby Abbey

Hiking Highlight

2.55 mi

St Mary's

Hiking Highlight

3.03 mi


Train Station



Waytypes & Surfaces

Hiking Path: 225 yd
Path: 0.43 mi
Footpath: 0.87 mi
Street: 0.65 mi
Road: 0.95 mi
Natural: 208 yd
Unpaved: < 109 yd
Paved: 1.33 mi
Asphalt: 1.33 mi
Unknown: 426 yd

Tour Profile

This Tour was planned by komoot.

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