Wholly located within the National Park, and utilising sections of the Cleveland Way, this area is superbly suited to trail running. The course is rich and varied with reminders to Yorkshire's fine heritage all around - from the dry stone walls and disused railway lines, to the hardy sheep flocks up on the moors. The world famous Whitby Abbey is just a few miles up the road, so there is plenty to make a weekend long visit well worthwhile.
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Well established on the local running calendar, this Easter dash offers a running event for all the family, plus Easter eggs and other seasonal goodies and a medal for all finishers.
The race uses the footpaths and trails within the grounds of Sewerby Hall as well as on the cliff top. Two-for-one vouchers for admission to Sewerby Hall will be mailed to all entrants and will be available on the day to collect. The race will also be looking to make a donation to a local charity.
Please note the course is unsuitable for wheelchairs and pushchairs as some of the course is on grass and woodland trails.
The event includes a short children's race and an Adults Fun Run.
Sshhh! Dont tell anyone else just how good all of the always-sold-out HardMoors races are. The North York Moors are trail running paradise, and the Hardmoors team and community make every one an unforgettable experience.
A New Year's Day 15 miles-ish loop, including Robin Hoods Bay and Ravenscar, and a stunning 30 miles-ish, multi-terrain loop on the Cleveland Way coastal path and scenic North Yorkshire Moors Railway Cinder track.
A lovely scenic, traffic free out and back route, from Hornsea, through to Hull and back along the Transpennine Trail.