Saltburn Gill is a wildlife rich woodland set in a lovely secluded valley leading to the coast. A dense canopy of oak and ash trees shelter a winding path which runs the entire length of the valley. Saltburn Gill has largely remained unchanged since the time f the great forests and shows a fine example of the type of woodland that would once have covered East Cleveland. A mix of oak, ash, hazel and holly clothe the steep sides of the valley. Saltburn Gill is a Site of Special Scientific Interest and one of the Tees Valley Wildlife Trust’s Nature Reserves.