Filey Brigg is a dramatic rocky headland found to the north of Filey, and it's always a popular spot for a stroll on a warm summer’s evening. If you’ve got a dog with you or you just fancy exploring the country park's rocks and a bit of a scramble then this is the perfect spot, and the area’s usually busy with fishermen on the shore’s rocky platforms and divers taking the plunge to explore the many wrecks beneath the surface of the water.
Head north and you’ll follow a beautiful section of coastline that leads to neighbouring Scarborough, and if you fancy continuing for a little longer this walk can be extended by walking north for a mile when you leave the Brigg and picking up the Cleveland Way. This trail rewards those who tackle it with gorgeous views in every direction and it’s one that always blows the cobwebs out.
Please don’t attempt to climb any of the cliffs and reach the rocks that lie beneath them as they’re more dangerous then they look at first sight, and if you take your dog along keep them within your sight as you go.