Hayburn Wyke Beach

Place Category: Beaches

Weather & Tides
Water Quality
  • Hayburn Wyke is a delightful and isolated bay 6 miles north of Scarborough with the beach being pebble and rocks and in some places difficult to access.

    The word ‘ wyke ‘ is of Scandinavian origin and denotes a narrow inlet sheltered by headlands.

    The surrounding woodland is protected as a nature reserve and managed by the National Trust and the Yorkshire Wildlife Trust. Its most unusual feature is a twin waterfall which cascades over a rocky ledge onto the boulder-strewn beach.

    The beach is a haven for wildlife and a wide range of plants – badgers, foxes, deer and many other small mammals, birds and insects.

    Very limited facilities although an Inn nearby.

  • Tide Times & Heights for Scarborough on 26th February 2017

    03:57 - High Tide (5.50m)
    10:07 - Low Tide (1.39m)
    16:06 - High Tide (5.76m)
    22:32 - Low Tide (1.03m)

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