Boggle Hole - Out & About
Walk about a mile south
from Robin Hood’s Bay along the ‘Cleveland Way’ or on the beach, if
the tide is out, to Boggle Hole.
Here the bay in front of the old converted Watermill was once a
notorious smugglers’ haunt. Nowadays all ages can enjoy the
Jurassic coastline and beachcombers can search for fossils or
rockpool life along the shore.
The name comes from boggle, or goblin, which is said to haunt
Surrounded by a dominant cliff face full of tales of fishermen’s
secrets Boggle Hole really is a quaint hollowed out crevice in the
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