Clues To Go   -    Flamborough Head to Filey - Seabirds' Coast

On the journey you stop at North Landing (though you don't have to descend the steep path to the beach to answer any of the questions) & the villages of Bempton & Buckton, before finishing with a set of questions to be solved on a short walk around the esplanade & sea front of Filey. 

This route starts at Flamborough lighthouse, the imposing building that dominates this section of Britain's coastline. However, the attraction for many visitors to this Heritage Coast is the importance of the cliffs as breeding areas for hundreds of thousands of seabirds. Bempton Cliffs are the only mainland breeding colony for gannets. Whether you are a 'twitcher' or not, the scenery of Flamborough Head is spectacular.

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