148 km / 92 miles
The Way largely follows the banks of the River Tees as it passes from the remote high moorlands of Cumbria and Durham to the industrial landscapes of Teeside and the coast.
From Dufton it coincides with the Pennine Way National Trail, visiting High Cup Nick, Cauldron Snout and High Force before separating at Middleton-in-Teesdale then passing through Barnard Castle and the south of Darlington to the North-East coast at Warrenby, Redcar. There are rail links at and east of Darlington.
From Middlesbrough Dock, the Tees Link (11 miles), which is waymarked and included on OS mapping, provides a connection to the Cleveland Way National Trail at High Cliff Nab. See also E-Routes (E2), which uses the Way's section from Middleton to Middlesbrough and then the Link to Guisborough, in all some 77 miles.
See also E-Routes (E2).
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