The Cinder Track

The Cinder Track, between Scarborough and Whitby, is a popular off road route through the North York Moors National Park, just inland from the stunning North Yorkshire coast.

The 21.5 miles of track is a former railway line, which transported goods and passengers up and down the coast between 1885 and 1965.

Today, with the sights and sounds of trains a distant memory, the picturesque and dog friendly route is regularly used by walkers, horse riders and cyclists.

Restoration plan

A plan to restore the Cinder Track was agreed following public consultation in 2018. Improvement works on the Whitby end of the track began in January 2020. Updates coming soon.

Park facilities: 
Cafe Cafe
Cycle path Cycle path
Dogs welcome Dogs welcome
Flower borders Flower borders
Picnic area Picnic area
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