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Highcliff Nab

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Highcliffe Farm Highcliff Rd Ts14 7bu Is Correct Post Code, Why Won't Accept????, Guisborough TS14 8ES England
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Laura T wrote a review Jan. 2021
Middlesbrough, United Kingdom3,921 contributions473 helpful votes
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One sunny day in November we walked from Guisborough Forest Visitor Centre to Highcliff Nab and back. We walked through the woods to the road outside of Hutton Village, then decided to take a longer circular route through Guisborough. So we turned left on the road and detoured threw the outskirts of the town and a few housing estates, then walking up the far side of Highcliff Nab. While we knew this was a longer route we did not realise how much more we were adding to our walk! It took us about 3 hours to reach Highcliff Nab and only just over 1 hour to get back from the Nab to the carpark at Guisborough Forest Visitor Centre (reviewed separately). If we had turned right when we reached the road outside of Hutton Village it would probably have been around a 2.5 hour walk total, rather than over 4 hours! The paths upto Highcliff Nab are very good, flat paths and we saw many bikes and a few people with sporty buggies. However the hills are very steep, especially as you get near to the top, where it is a bit of a scramble. The last stretch to climb to the top of the Nab is on steep, uneven cobble steps or there is a bit of a sheeptrack trail. Perfectly doable for most people - my 66 year old mum managed with a couple of rests up the hill! It was a lovely clear day with sunshine and a blue sky - although the winds were horrendous on the top! We took some lovely photos of the views and then explored a little around the cliff face on the lower paths, it would have been lovely to have had a picnic here if not so windy as many good sized rocks/boulders to sit on. We walked up Highcliffe Nab in December also, on a beautiful clear day, and although it wasn't windy walking through the woods and up the hill, apparently it is ALWAYS crazy windy up top!! Maybe next time we'll be able to have our picnic at the top :-)
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Date of experience: December 2020
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Laura T wrote a review Aug. 2020
Middlesbrough, United Kingdom3,921 contributions473 helpful votes
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We were walking the Cleveland Way from Captain Cook's Monument to Saltburn and our walk took us up Highcliff Nab. It was a miserable day (raining, grey and misty) so the views were very overcast. The last climb to the top is pretty steep, so definitely no prams! and would recommend a good pair of walking boots/shoes. We continued along the top and through the woods. I imagine it would be very scenic on a more pleasant day, so we definitely plan to return and to visit Eston Nab too.
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Date of experience: August 2020
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