Escape the parties and walk into the New Year..

Thanks to The Guardian’s travel section this weekend (28th November) for mentioning our North York Moors New Year walking break in a round-up of ideas for healthier ways of seeing in 2016.
The newspaper was pretty spot on with its summing up:

“Rambling through forests, cliffs and moorland will blow away any cobwebs. This break is aimed at walkers of all levels, and the emphasis is on fun and meeting new people, with plenty of comfy firesides and pints in a cosy pub. Guests have exclusive use of YHA Dalby Forest, once a village school. The price includes a celebratory New Year’s Eve dinner. Bringing a bottle is strongly encouraged.”

Alternatively take a look at the break here /events/30/december/2015/new-years-eve-four-night-break

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