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North York Moors

There's nowhere else on earth quite like the North York Moors National Park. Where else can you experience a landscape where stunning moorland, ancient abbeys and picturesque villages live side by side in such perfect harmony? It's a living, breathing scene that will take your breath away.

Walkers near The Moors Centre, Danby Credit: Chris J Parker

Local Secrets...

A giant hole

Legend has it that the Hole of Horcum was made when a giant scooped up earth and cast it aside. In doing so he created the nearby hill Blakey Topping.

More moor

One of the largest expanses of heather moorland in the United Kingdom, the North York Moors covers 554 square miles.

The best view in England

North York Moors National Park logoTo give you a flavour of just how spectacular the North York Moors National Park is, James Herriot described Sutton Bank as 'the best view in England'. You can't help but immerse yourself in its alluring wildness and experience pure moments of bliss as you saunter through beautiful woodland, skim pebbles across streams and breathe in the history that whispers through ancient castles and villages.

Steeped in history

The landscape of the moors has many secrets to share about the people who lived here in times gone past. Archaeologists have discovered the remains of Iron and Bronze Age settlements and you'll be spoilt by the number of abbeys, castles and priories that play hide and seek across the moorland. But perhaps the biggest clues come from the strong traditions which still thrive in the villages today.

Seamlessly modern

Of course time and tide move on, and you'll also find plenty of modern distractions within easy reach. The coastal resorts of Whitby, Robin Hood's Bay and Scarborough are brimming with activities from fossil hunting to a spot of surfing. Or you can head to Thirsk and explore the home and surgery of James Herriot and try your hand in the TV studio.

Cycling in North York Moors

The North York Moors National Park is an absolute gem for keen cyclists with a variety of road and off-road routes for cyclists of all abilities. So whether you're looking for a short ride out or for something to fill your whole day with, saddle up and head to the beautiful North York Moors.

Sutton Bank Bikes is the ideal start point for any North York Moors road or mountain bike adventure. They've got a fully equipped shop, expert staff and extensive hire fleet and a stunning range of riding for every level right from the door.

For more information on cycling in the North York Moors, check out this handy page.


Take a hike

Hop on the Moorsbus and explore over 1,400 miles of paths and tracks, picturesque villages and traditional pubs to your heart’s content.


Castles, abbeys and priories

Explore the affluent history of these historic Cistercian, Benedictine, Augustinian and Gilbertine treasures.


Hit the hills

The North York Moors has some of the best mountain biking trails in the country and if you forget your bike, don't worry, you can hire one!

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