North York Moors


The North York Moors is a special place. It’s a place of peace, beauty, and a rich history. It’s also a destination that welcomes you with open arms!

Made up of wonderful sweeping moorlands, a crinkly coast, ancient woods and timeless villages. Give yourself time to discover all of its secrets – from amazing wildlife to dazzling night skies.

There are 2,250 kilometres of trails to explore in the National Park. Walk or cycle and you’ll never get bored, with country lanes, forest trails, and coastal tracks giving you a variety of sights and sounds as you travel around.

Dog friendly!

So much to do

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44,000 hectares of moorland

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2,250 km of trails

Go back in time

800 Monuments

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Where to explore


Helmsley Castle and Rievaulx Abbey

Home to the Helmsley Castyle and ruins of the Rivaulx Abbey, North York Moors gives you a feel for what it was like to live in the past, and not only from a distance. The two attracions are tied together by a 3 mile treck along Cleveland Way within the North York Moors National Park. Everything is dog friendly, meaning your pup can join you on your time travelling adveture while taking in the incredible views and savouring the beautiful meadows.


North Yorkshire Moors Railway

Has your dog ever wanted to ride aboard a real life steam train? Or do you at least think they’d like it? Great!
The North Moors is your perfect chance to ride aboard a fully resorted period steam train. The journey takes you from in-between Pickering and Whitby across the stunning natural beauty of the moorlands. Choose from many of the local dog friendly pubs to have a spot of lunch or just recharge your batteries.

Dalby Forest

Everything is dog friendly in the North York Moors National Park, and Dalby Forest is no different. It’s huge, and covers 8,000 acres of land with a vast wood situated down the southern slops of the park. The visitors centre which can be found in the forest and the café alike give you opportunities for you and your pet to rest up, and you can ever try your maze solving skills and try to sniff out the correct route.


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