About this walk
This is a lovely circular route from the Blue Bell pub in the centre of Ingleby Cross. It is a 5 mile trek along decent paths which actually form part of the famous Coast 2 Coast route. The first couple of miles involve a steady moderate climb up through woodland past the booster station. The second half of the walk takes you down hill with a few tricky steep'ish parts through more woodland so might be an idea to take hiking poles if you have trouble with knees etc. The views from the top are quite breath-taking and when you get back you can enjoy a drink with some of the best chips around like your granny used to do. None of this oven chip mallarky that some pubs offer. The pub has some lovely outdoor seating if the weather is nice. If you prefer to go inside then you can either enjoy the main part of the pub or if you are in a group you can ask to go in the little room on the righthand side where there are several tables you can enjoy a more private group chat.
This walk has been recce'd however there might be some issues which were not encountered or obvious at the time of the recce so please do this walk with due care. All walks are done at the walkers' own risk following the coutryside code and no liability will be accepted by Love To Walk. Click the "Learn more" button for more information about the walk including a option to download a GPX file or print out a route guide. If you are viewing this on your phone, click the "Navigate Walk" button at the top of the screen to open it in the Outdoor Active app and you can start navigating the walk straight away.