Not far from Miners Welfare Park, you can walk to the Whitby Beach. The two attractions are very close, and the scenery is natural. It is worthwhile to relax. Generally speaking, the sea is very blue.
This is a 9-hour, 53,000-step, 35-kilometer coastal cliff walk that can't be seen by parents. In the past, when I ran more than 5 kilometers every night to keep my weight in China, I thought I was physically fit. I went on a Sunday hike last week and signed up for a challenge. This is a Sunday hiking event organized by the School Outdoor Community, starting from the Saltburn Cliff I wrote before, and walking along the cliff edge to Whitby Beach Whitby, via Staithes Beach, Runswick Bay. In fact, at first really did not expect to walk the cliffs, I thought it was along the road to go to find that everyone wore hiking shoes, only I wear a pair of trekking shoes... They all felt professional, taking a nine-hour hike to rest half an hour in Runswick's seaside town. Before they started, they thought they would take a taxi if they couldn't walk down, and then they realized they were going to walk down the cliffs. The winds in northern England are really violent, and several times they have been blown off the cliffs, but it's still a little far from the edge, so it's still a bit exciting and scary to look at the pictures. "The best scenery is forever hidden in a place that is not easily conquered, as is the coastline of England, where the test of the hike is the wind, the cold, the sudden rain and hail, and the muddy cliffs, and so the sparsely populated coastline of England is visible on the road." The most natural charm of the scene is a vivid scene that the documentary can't restore. After the rain and wind, there are several degrees on the sea, the bright sunlight and the blue, the wind in the ear with the smell of sarcophagus and grass, as if in the scene of the British novel. Once thought my favorite coastline would be the Sky Island, but on this little English cliff, this land and sea refreshed my perception of splendor. 35 km was also a challenge to my ceiling, tired to have a good view all the way, and said I would never come back and then start looking forward to the next trip #Saltburn-by-the-sea #Whitby