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Outdoors Yorkshire

National parks, historic country estates and walking trails punctuated by quaint villages and pubs make Yorkshire home to some of England’s most beloved country boltholes.
Robin Hood’s Bay in North Yorkshire

Activities

NORTH YORK MOORS’ CINDER TRACK❶

The North York Moors’ Cinder Track is a disused railway line running between Scarborough and Whitby, now a 21-mile cycle path and walkway. It’s part of the national park’s Moor to Sea Cycle Network, which connects 150 miles of moorland, woodland and coastal tracts. Just off the track are quiet bays, country pubs and good tea spots (moortoseacycle.net).

NORTH YORKS MOORS RAILWAY (NYMR)❷

The NYMR runs lovingly restored steam locos through countryside from Pickering to Grosmont. Goathland is a favourite station; it stars as Hogsmeade in the Harry Potter flms and the village appears as Aidensfeld in the TV series Heartbeat. It’s also the starting point for walks: a popular one is to the pretty hamlet of Beck Hole (nymr.co.uk Day Rover ticket £30; Mar–Oct).

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