Hole of Horcum
Walk Number: 13 | Updated: October, 2014
Page 40, column 2, paragraph 2, line 2
The five-way signpost mentioned at waypoint B is reported missing. At the five-way junction take the second left path, rising to become Limpsey Gate Lane.
The Bride Stones
Walk Number: 6 | Updated: October, 2014
Page 24, information panel, Parking
Low Staindale car park, the start of the walk, is reached along Dalby Forest Drive which, as stated is a toll road. This is now £7 per car (which also allows access to the Forest Visitor Centre café and Go Ape.
Osmotherley, Mount Grace Priory and Scarth Wood Moor
Walk Number: 20 | Updated: August, 2010
Page 60, walk introduction
For walkers with dogs, note that dogs are not allowed at Mount Grace Priory visited en route after waypoint B.
Goathland, Mallyan Spout and the Roman Road
Walk Number: 25 | Updated: October, 2014
Page 79, column 1, paragraph 2, line 5
Keep going for another 300yds, and then turn sharp left F by a helpfully-placed cairn, along a discernible path.
Page 79, column 2, lines 16 and 17
Keep going for a little over ¼ mile passing several small cairns before reaching a larger one. Bear off left past it, and follow an indistinct path that descends across the slope, to join a more prominent track below, which leads ahead past the mouth of a shallow valley.
Guisborough and Highcliff Nab
Walk Number: 17 | Updated: October, 2014
Pages 52 and 53
Forestry operations in Guisborough Woods mean that some of the references in the text to woodland clearings, etc. are now obsolete. Stay on the Cleveland Way between waypoints C and D and follow the National Trail acorn waymarks.