The Tabular Hills Walk
- Whats included?
- Full description
- Highlights of the walk
- Accomodation details
- Price breakdown
Your en-suite accommodation with breakfast
Help and on-going support before and during your walking holiday.
A walking itinerary (self-guided) covering places of historic significance or areas of outstanding natural beauty.
Transport to and from a walking location if needed.
The relevant Explorer Ordnance Survey map provided
Trail guide cards
A detailed itinerary with recommended lunch breaks at select pubs, tearooms or cafes.
Local folklore, myths and things of historic relevance
Seasonal nature guide book or cards for identifying the abundance of wild flowers, trees and wildlife
Emergency backup and support if needed
Transfer to York railway station for this holiday if travelling by train.
The following travel information may come in useful when planning your trip.
By Air - The most convenient major city and international airports are Leeds-Bradford, Manchester and Durham Tees Valley.
By Rail – Travel to Scarborough and then the short journey to your first night’s stay.
By Bus - Various bus services run to Scarborough and from Helmsley if that’s your preferred choice of travel.
From London - Trains run from London Kings Cross station to York on a regular basis.
From Helmsley on completion of your holiday we will take you to York train station if needed
Skirting round the southern edge of the North York Moors National park the route is dissected by a series of dales that leave tabular, or table like uplands between them. This self guided walk starts at Scalby Mills just north of Scarborough and meanders inland to the market town of Helmsley, the route takes in the gentle forested or cultivated land with open stretches of moorland towards the latter sections of the walk. The walk passes through some of the most picturesque and unspoilt villages on the North York Moors, including Cropton, Hutton le Hole, Gillamoor and Fadmoor. The total distance for this walk is just under 50 miles. The walk came about with the idea of converting the Cleveland Way into a circular walk in 1974. For those who wish to have a go it then becomes a 160 mile circular walk usually starting and finishing in Helmsley.
Prices are based on two people sharing en-suite accommodation, staying on a bed & breakfast basis. This walking holiday includes all luggage transfers, accommodation & transport to and from the trail for each days walking.
Highlights of the walk
The Hole of Horcum
Evidence of the Roman army at Cawthorn Moor
New Inn, Cropton worth a visit to taste local ales from their very successful micro-brewery
With a mention in the Domesday Book Hutton le Hole is one of the most photographed villages in Yorkshire with attractions such as the Ryedale Folk Museum, and traditional tea shops
About the accommodation
One of the reasons our customers choose Walk Yorkshire walking holidays is for our choice of authentic and high quality accommodation across the region.
Walk Yorkshire Holidays prides itself on the quality and authenticity of the accommodation, and all our venues are chosen by Kevin, the Walk Yorkshire founder, all the hotels, guest houses and B&B’s selected ouze Yorkshire hospitality and are all situated in idyllic country villages.
Largely independent and privately owned, we enjoy a close and strong working relationship with all of our country hotels and Inns. All our venues are personal and friendly with outstanding hospitality, serving delicious local food including traditional dishes with real ales or maybe a selection of wines to enjoy with dinner after an exhilarating days walking. Every hotel is uniquely designed and all our bedrooms have en-suite private bathrooms with modern facilities.
One of the venue’s for this walk was voted one of the best pubs and bars in Yorkshire by the Daily Telegraph. Your Tabular Hills venture is completed in the market town of Helmsley
A short walk from the historic castle and the very popular Helmsley Walled Garden your hosts provide a relaxing and traditional setting. So come the end of an energetic day on the moor discard those boots and enjoy the moment.
Once we have confirmed this holiday is available we will contact you with further details regarding your accommodation and a suggested itinerary.
The Tabular Hills walk is a 4 night 3 day self guided walking holiday, and is offered all year round and you may start your break on any day of the week pending availability.
All prices quoted are based on 2 people sharing on a bed and breakfast basis.
4 night stay £395 per person
There is a group discount of 10% for groups of 4 or more adults.
*For singles or groups of more than 10 wanting to book with us, please contact us via the online form here.