North York Moors National Park

The North York Moors National Park is an area of spectacular sea cliffs, ancient woodland and secluded dales that harbour one of the largest expanses of heather moorland in England.

Covering an area of over 500 square miles and with a population of 25,000, the Park offers wonderful walking and cycling opportunities. Home to a rich variety of wildlife, flowers, birds, butterflies and bats are found living amongst the remains of pre-Roman settlements, ruined abbeys and moorland crosses. 
 

Visit the North York Moors National Park website here and the North Yorkshire Moors Association website here.

Image: NYMNPA Sutton under Whitestonecliff and Hood Hill CREDIT Paul D Hunter NYMNPA