Once an area of importance for Iron age man, the south western edge of the North York Moors is stunningly beautiful. A steep escarpment reveals huge skies and awe-dropping vistas over to the Yorkshire Dales.
Leading up to the edge you'll find meadows and rolling fields. Further up is swathed in ancient woodlands, rich in wild flowers and wildlife. Above you, big skies where birds of prey circle and curlews call.
Watch clouds drift past. Listen to beautiful bird call. Feel invigorated as the breeze cleanses you of any worries. Let go of all that's gone. Switch off and slow down.
We'll show you some secret places few people know about and a sensory adventure that'll 'fine-tune' your experience too. They'll be pauses along the way so you can take it all in and have precious time out for you. Combined with walking in nature, you'll feel more alive, super-chilled and invigorated.
Feel free to come alone or bring a loved one with you on this experience. Either way, you'll be in safe hands. And we're sure you'll make new friends along the way.More details can be found HEREWALK DETAILS:
WALK LENGTH: 5 - 6 miles long.
GRADIENT: there are steep hills on this walk
TERRAIN: mainly good paths but they can get muddy and the surface uneven.
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