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The Countryside of Cleveland

Discover the countryside of Cleveland on your doorstep or on holiday



Parks and Countryside
Countryside sites and walking routes at Cleveland & Redcar borough council.

Tees Valley Wildlife Trust
We manage 14 nature reserves which are freely available for the enjoyment of nature...

Cleveland Naturalists' Field Club
The club welcomes any prospective members to join our outings...

Cleveland Local Group - RSPB
RSPB local groups are a great way to meet friendly, like-minded people...

Cleveland Way - National Trail
109 mile countryside trail with dramatic coastline, heather moorland and more.

Outdoor Activities
Enjoy Redcar / Cleveland has a number of self guided walk and cycle routes.

Walks - Lets Go Tees Valley
Find out how to fit walking into your daily life and find useful maps and local routes...

Cleveland Ramblers
Groups help local people enjoy walking and protect the places we all love to walk...

Sponsored Listings
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Latest News

RSS Tees Valley Wildlife Trust
  • Getting wilder by the year 1st June 2020
    Discover how our 30 Days Wild challenge can breathe new life into your relationship with nature. 30 Days Wild is back for another year! The Wildlife Trusts’ annual nature challenge; one random wild act a day, for a whole month, kicking off on the 1st of June. The last five years of 30 Days Wild […]
  • Dare to be wild! New review says get long-lasting feel-good factor from 30 Days Wild 21st May 2020
    The Wildlife Trusts and University of Derby evaluate the benefits of daily nature contact with 1,000 people over five years The feel-good factor from simple daily contact with nature can last for months, once initiated, according to a new review from The Wildlife Trusts. The review is based on surveys completed by people taking part […]
  • Beavers Build Back Better – but their future is not secure 15th May 2020
    The Wildlife Trusts have pioneered the reintroduction of beavers to Britain ever since Kent Wildlife Trust released these industrious creatures into a fenced area of fenland in 2001. Then followed the Scottish Beaver Trial, which saw the first ever reintroduction of a native extinct mammal to the British Isles since they were hunted to extinction […]
  • A Resilient Economy, Healthy Communities and the Natural World 13th May 2020
    Dear Prime Minister, Re: A Resilient Economy, Healthy Communities and the Natural World It is now clearer than ever before that the health of humanity is inextricably bound to the health of our planet. Your government has the opportunity to show global leadership, forging a path out of this crisis by putting a resilient economy, […]
  • Deciphering the dawn chorus 29th April 2020
    Credit: Tom Hibbert Wildlife expert Nick Acheson introduces some of our feathered superstars to listen out for this spring When we look at wildlife, anthropomorphising is commonly discouraged. ‘If you project human feelings onto animals,’ we’re told, ‘you won’t observe what is really going on.’ But if, like me, you see personalities in wild animals […]
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