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Written by: Phoebe, Meg, Katie and Payne .
Tuesday, March 31, 2009

While North Yorkshire has many miles of well marked hiking trails that you can navigate alone it is sometimes fascinating to explore with a local guide or expert who can point out those special features that you may otherwise have passed unnoticed. Here are just a few that you can join in May.



Sunday, 03 May          12.00-16.00                

From Falling Foss Car Park               NEYGT                       

Walk through Littlebeck woods to see the spring flowers.


Sunday, 03 May          13.30-15.30                

From Rosedale Abbey Stores            NYMNP                       

Explore Rosedale Abbey with a Voluntary Ranger.


Wednesday, 06 May   13.00-14.30                

From the Moors National Park Centre, Danby           NYMNP                       

Take a gentle stroll through the Esk Valley.


Sunday, 10 May          12.00-14.00     NEYGT           

From Castleton Tea rooms.

Set off along Danby Dale in the National Park.


Thursday, 14 May       14.00-16.00     NEYGT           

From Coble Landing, Filey

Explore the history & geology of Filey Brigg.


Sunday, 17 May          11.15-15.00     NT      

From Kettlewell Car Park

A Spring hike along Upper Wharfdale.


Sunday, 17 May          12.00-16.00     NEYGT           

From the car park Sandsend

Follow the disused railway into the Alum workings and along the cliffs.


Sunday, 24 May          12.00-16.00     NEYGT           

From Staithes

The walk reveals the industrial history that predates the exploitation of potash.


Tuesday, 26 May         10.30-12.30     NEYGT           

From Coble Landing, Filey

Explore the history & geology of Filey Brigg.


Sunday, 31 May          12.00-16.00     NEYGT           

From lay by at Helwath Bridge on A171

Helwath Beck: follow the beck to Helwath Dale passing Jugger Howe.



NT =    National Trust. For further details click here.


NEYGT = North East Yorkshire Geology Trust. For further details click here.


NYMNP = North Yorkshire Moors National Park. For further details click here.

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