Walk the England Coast Path – Easington to Filey

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Route Summary:

Stage 4: Determine – Which means that they’re finalising the plans and will open soon

Distance: 26.3 km

Ascent: 95 m

Time: 3 days

Start and Finish: Easington to Filey

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Walk the England Coast Path – Easington to Filey Details

The England Coast Path from Easington to Filey is not yet in place and there are no current options to walk the section between Easington and Bridlington, though there’s a right of way onward to Flamborough Head that continues to Speeton, with road walking needed to reach the open section of England Coast Path from Filey onward.

Natural England state

Natural England has begun to investigate how to improve coastal access along a 95 km stretch of coast in North Yorkshire and East Riding of Yorkshire between Easington and Filey Brigg. This new access is expected to be ready in 2020.

Officers from North Yorkshire County Council and the East Riding of Yorkshire Council are providing expert local advice and helping to ensure there is full consultation with local interests during the development of the route.

Up to date information can be found here, with maps providing an idea of where this section will go.

Walk the England Coast Path – Easington to Filey Route Map and GPX Download

As the route involves some significant sections on Main Roads, we’ll publish a map once the official route is in place.

From Easington, the coast northwards has been eroded and villages lost, so any footpaths have long been lost to the North Sea. The only significant section that can currently be walked is the Headlands Way around Flamborough Head.

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