The North York Moors (also known as the North Yorkshire Moors) is a national park in North Yorkshire, England. The moors are one of the largest expanses of heather moorland in the United Kingdom. It covers an area of 1,436 km² (554 square miles), and it has a population of about 25,000. The North York Moors became a National Park in 1952, through the National Parks and Access to the Countryside Act of 1949.
Guisborough Moor, Sleddale, Percy Cross, Easby Wood & Hutton Lowcross Woods
Guisborough, England, United Kingdom
Remy J. Walk 7
North York Moors, Sutton Bank, United Kingdom
Another short morning or afternoon walk for all the family, with the added attraction of the Gliding Club. It is great watching them take off and land.The walk starts at the National park visitors centre this can be reached by car but can also by bus from Helmsley bus fare £1, the service is operated by The Moors Bus.
Roseberry Topping - Highcliffe Nab - Captain Cook's Monument Circuit
Great Ayton, England, United Kingdom
Ravenscar, England, United Kingdom
This is a small part of the famous Cleveland way at Ravens car. I walked this trail with my son and daughter while on vacation in the north Yorkshire coast. We found two caches on this trail
A Stroll Up Black Hambleton
Osmotherley, England, United Kingdom
A very gentle walk to burn some Christmas calories. My Mum and sisters accompanied me along this well built section of the Cleveland Way up to the Trig Point of Black Hambleton and then walking some distance along the top enjoying splendid views into the Vale of Mowbray under hazy winter sunshine.