Few places in the UK can top the county for stunning scenery, with miles of glorious countryside to explore. If you are keen to make the most of the weather and spend some time outdoors, there are a number of beautiful walking routes around the North York Moors National Park awaiting to be enjoyed on foot. Here are some of the best routes to take for an outdoor adventure.
1. Roseberry Topping
While the direct route to the top of this famous hill in North Yorkshire only takes around 20 minutes, there are plenty of other routes to enjoy around the area before tackling the challenging ascent, but the views are certainly worth the effort.
2. Forge Valley Woods
This stunning nature reserve sits nestled on the banks of the River Derwent in the North York Moors National Park, with walkers able to follow an easy two-mile linear route through the woods.
3. Sutton Bank and the White Horse
Enjoy dramatic views from the top of Sutton Bank and follow the linear path directly above the famous White Horse, which is cut into the hillside in the North York Moors near Kilburn.
4. Robin Hood's Bay
If coastal views are what you are after, then a visit to Robin Hood’s Bay is just the ticket. Situated on the Heritage Coast of the North York Moors, it offers sandy beaches, rock pools and ancient fossils to discover.