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North York Moors

Discover the North York Moors & Yorkshire Coast

Ok, so we’re slightly biased as we’re based in the North York Moors, but the moors and coastline are truly beautiful and a real walkers’ paradise.  For our guided North Yorkshire walking breaks we take you beyond the tourist honeypots and into some pretty special places within the North York Moors National Park.

If you’re looking for variety then this area is hard to beat, with its wide expanse of heather moorland, ancient woodland lining hidden dales, dramatic cliffs and sandy shores.

Each of our walking breaks are planned carefully to really get to the heart of the region’s unspoilt loveliness and are tailored according to the level of challenge – from easier rambles to tougher challenges.

We’ve made sure there are plenty of home comforts and opportunities for exercise rewards (café stops serving homemade cake, some of the best fish and chips in the country, cosy pubs) along the way.  Many of our breaks also add in other dimensions to the weekend – from seashore foraging and lobster lunches through to 80’s parties and a murder mystery on-board North Yorkshire’s steam train.

With good road and rail travel links, the area is easy to reach and there’s plenty to explore if you wanted to linger longer and combine one of our short breaks with a lengthier stay.

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