There are numerous walks in Scarborough, here we have listed some shorter walks.
But please remember
Always follow the countryside code. Be safe – plan ahead and follow the signs. Keep dogs under close control, protect plants and animals and take your litter home. Leave gates and property as you find them and consider other people.
The Castle Trail
A 2.3-mile route with a small incline (200ft). Discover Scarborough monument, John Sheilds Ryalls' grave, Peasholm Pagodas, Scarborough Castle, St. Mary's Church, Butter Cross, the Grand Hotel, Spa Bridge and the Spa.
The Mere Trail
A 3-mile route with a small incline (300ft). Discover the Dell, Oliver's Mount, the Historic War Memorial and the Mere.
The Railway Trail
A 3.6-mile flat route, with very little incline. Discover Safe Ways Park, the Circle and the Cinder Track.
The Sitwell Trail
A 1.4-mile route with a small incline (140ft). Discover Stephen Joseph Theatre, Woodland Creative, Scarborough Art Gallery and Crescent Arts, Rotunda Museum, Bland's Cliff, Maritime Heritage Centre and St. Mary's Church
The Woodland Trail
A 4.4-mile flat route, with very little incline and benches along the way. Discover Peasholm Lake, Champion Trees, Lily Pond, Secret Garden, Jonno's Field and Valley Gardens.
The Wetlands Trail
A 0.5 mile flat route, with very little incline and disabled access. Discover Burton Riggs Nature Reserve, birdlife and wildflowers.
The Ghost Trail
A spooky history 2.1 mile flat route, with very little incline. Discover the creepy side of Scarborough at North Bay Railway and Sky Trail Adventure, St Mary's Church yard and Scarborough Castle.
The Cornelian Trail
A 4.9 mile walk with some incline ( 200ft). A slightly longer circular walk, suitable for people looking to spend a few hours out walking and exploring. Discover nature and history on this walk from Knipe Point; with views of Cornelian Bay. The route takes you to smugglers bay, and past the golf course.