Whitby Crazy Golf – Arnold Palmer Putting Course is a lovely little crazy golf on Whitby’s West Cliff. It is a nine-hole course which features a number of obstacles. Highlights include a space rocket and a moving Windmill and a Watermill. This is crazy golf at it’s best!
Located on Whitby’s West Cliff, the course offers lovely views out over the sea.
Try your luck at the Lucky 10th hole. Hit your ball up the ramp, avoiding the trap doors and if you ring the bell you win a ticket for a free round. It’s a real test of skill with only the most accurate shots winning a free round.
Travelling to Whitby Crazy Golf
If you’re travelling by car, Whitby Crazy Golf is easy to find. The attraction is located on The West Cliff which is clearly signposted. There are plenty of car parking spaces on the West Cliff and in the adjacent Pay and Display Car Park. Travelling from the North, follow the A171 across the North Yorkshire Moors and you will be greeted by a panoramic view of Whitby and the sea. Continue to follow the A171 towards the town where you will pick up the signposts for The West Cliff.
From the South, West and South West, take the A169 from Malton, heading through Pickering and then across the North Yorkshire Moors. Continue on the A169 as it passes through Sleights, and up the other side of the valley to a roundabout connecting you with the A171. Turn right, and follow the road towards the town where you will pick up the signposts for The West Cliff.
From the South East follow the A171 Coast Road heading North from Scarborough. Stay on the road all the way into Whitby where you will pick up the signposts for The West Cliff.
Travelling by Train
Most trains to Whitby come via Middlesbrough. The railway follows the Esk Valley through some stunning countryside. It is quite a long uphill walk from Whitby Railway station to Whitby Crazy Golf but there are lots of other sights and attractions to take in on the way.
See the Raileasy website for details.
A fun alternative way to get to Whitby is to catch a steam train from Pickering. The line travels across the North Yorkshire Moors into the centre of the town. The journey across the moors is stunning. Grosmont and Pickering stations were used as locations for the production of some of the Harry Potter movies. The carefully restored steam trains add to the magic of this Hogwart’s Express type experience.
See schedules and booking information here:
North Yorkshire Moors Railway
There are some lovely self-catering cottages in Whitby and the surrounding area, we recommend Snatrip who offer a wide range of options.
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