Cleveland Way sign post

Walking and Rambling in Osmotherley

Overview

Cote Ghyll Mill is adjacent to the Cleveland Way, the Coast to Coast and is at the start of the Lyke Wake Walk route. From the Mill is a vast network of public footpaths leading onto the North Yorkshire Moors and beyond. For those who prefer a gentle stroll, visit Cod Beck Reservoir and Sheep Wash – local popular beauty spots.

What makes it special

  • Explore the Yorkshire Moors

Hostels nearby

Walking and Rambling in Osmotherley

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Map references

OS Map: 100, and Explorer OL26

OS Grid Ref: SE461981

Lat/Lng: 54.376637, -1.291506

Contact information

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