Clifftop village west of Staithes. Boulby Cliffs (west of the village) are the highest on the east coast, at 200 meters (650 feet) high. The Cleveland Way passes through the village after following the top of the cliffs.
Boulby is the site of potash mining, with tunnels leading up to three miles out to sea (the mine buildings take up rather more space than the village!).
One mile west of Staithes, just off the
Boulby is on Ordnance Survey Explorer Map OL27 (North Yorks Moors Eastern Area)