Bridlington and Beyond - Extending Your Journey
There are numerous exciting options for extending your journey beyond Bridlington but you might want to make sure you've seen the best of Bridlington before you leave. The beaches, promenades and harbour areas of Bridlington can be quite beautiful either when teeming with visitors in the main tourist season or for me, even more so, in the quieter, earlier and later months of the year. Whatever time of year, you could take a short walk or cycle along the cliff top to Sewerby Hall or a little further to visit the glorious Flamborough Head and Bempton Cliffs. Both quite beautiful in their own right and teeming with bird life - an absolute delight for outdoor enthusiasts. For further info: Visit Bridlington and bridlington.net
Scarborough - Whitby - W2W cycle route
Cycling north from Bridlington on the NCN route 1 takes you to Scarborough where you could catch a direct train back to York, Manchester, or Liverpool - or, you could continue cycling north to Whitby. Whitby is the start of the W2W coast2coast cycle route (Whitby to Walney Island) which if you would like another challenge will take you back over to the west coast perhaps turning your journey into a circular roller coaster ride. You are probably looking at a 400 mile journey.
Yorkshire Wolds Cycle Route
The Yorkshire Wolds Cycle Route would present you with a more gentle extension to your journey. This is a 146 mile circular cycle route around the Yorkshire Wolds, and the section from Bridlington through Bempton, Hunmanby, Malton and then on to Beverley takes you through some of the best, and more undulating, parts of the Wolds but avoids most of the sections which coincide with the Way of the Roses.
Beverley - Hull - Transpennine Trail
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