A weekend walking break with a difference!

Moorland walks + Yorkshire’s answer to the Murder on the Orient Express

A day’s rambling followed by a murder on-board a steam train is in the offing during a weekend’s break organised by UK guided walking specialist Large Outdoors.

Guided walking weekend with a night out on the North Yorkshire Moors Steam train murder mystery night.

The weekend starts sedately enough with a 10-mile guided walk on the Saturday following some of the most beautiful off-the-beaten tracks across the rugged North York Moors.

Then things turn more murderous as guests board the North Yorkshire Moors Railway’s Pullman dining car and witness a murder mystery that would do Agatha Christie proud as the steam train trundles across the moors.

Guided walking weekend with a night out on the North Yorkshire Moors Steam train murder mystery night.

However amid all the drama, guests can be reassured that they can still satisfy their post-walking hunger pangs  by enjoying a lavish four-course meal as the whodunit unravels before their eyes.

To calm things down a bit, another day’s exploring in the National Park is in the offing on the Sunday.

The weekend runs from Friday 12th June to 14th June and costs £225 per person including all meals, two days’ walking with a qualified guide and two nights’ accommodation at YHA in Dalby Forest, a ‘tucked-away’ billet in the heart of the North York Moors National Park.

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