Its been about 15 years or so since I last visited Goathland and never really knew what the countryside was like around this beautiful Yorkshire village.
Date: 19th June 2016 Distance: 5.72km (3.55 Miles) Parking: Roadside near Church
Start Location: Goathland Church Ascent (m/ft): 192m (630ft) Weather:

Mostly Cloudy

Time Started: 11:45 Highest Point: N/A Difficulty: Easy
Duration: 2 Hours 27 Munites        
Route: Goathland Church - Mallyan Spout (Waterfall) - West Beck - Beck Hole - Old Railway Line - Goathland - Goathland Church

Goathland Church.

Following the route to Mallyan Spout.


Distant moorlands.


It might only be a small volume of water falling but its height and setting make this waterfall beautiful and well worth visiting.

Goathland Moor.

Ancient earthworks on the hilltops.

Following the old railway track back to Goathland.

Eller Beck running through Goathland...

... With a Grey Heron fishing.

Goathland Railway Station.



Made famous recently thanks to becoming the setting of Hogsmead Station in the Harry Potter films.

Although not in Goathland or on this walk, we stopped of at Beggars Bridge in Glaisdale and had to snap a shot or two.