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South Landing Trail Beach Walk

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South Landing Trail Beach Walk

Start Point South Landing car park

Cross the bridge and follow the track between the woodland and meadow. 

This is a good place for watching butterflies as the 'edges' between different habitats often support lots of species.

At the cliff top, there is a magnificent view over Bridlington Bay. How far can you see along the coast?

You return to the car park along a winding track past what used to be the 'Timoneer Hotel'. 

It was once Cliff House Farm, built in 1865 by the Duke of Norfolk for a son who died before it was completed. 

To the right of the entrance is a whale's jawbone, one of a pair that once formed an arch to the garden and a reminder that large whales are still spotted off this coast.

Distance in Miles 1

Distance in Kilometres 1.6

This route:-
Contains some gentle slopes.
Does not contain barriers.

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