A National Park in North Yorkshire, the North York Moors is a unique place with picturesque beauty. A perfect amalgamation of peace and natural beauty, the North Yorkshire Moor became a National Park in 1952. Comprising of an area of 1436 square kilometres, this captivating region nestles a wide expansion of heather moorland, glistening coastlines, rolling hills and pine forests. It is the perfect place to explore and discover castles, traditional pubs, priories, historic abbeys and villages hidden from the eyes of the world.
North York Moor is a world full of possibilities with a multitude of attractions. Helmsley Castle offers a dramatic and charming view surrounded by the stunning North York Moors. The Ebor Way and the Cleveland Way begin from Helmsley, if you enjoy rambling or just taking a leisurely stroll the Yorkshire Moors caters for all. Also known as the Gateway to the North York Moors is Stokesley a sophisticated market town with beautiful Victorian and Georgian buildings.
The National Park has a wide area of forest and woodland which makes it an ideal destination for exploration. The Moors are home to dazzling coastlines, ancient abbeys, miles of sandy beaches and picturesque villages. It is also the perfect place to explore stunning coastal paths, fragrant forest pines and beautiful and endless horizons.