Lion Inn to Danby Moors Centre

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Lion Inn>Fat Betty >Danby Head>Danby Rigg>Moors Centre (7.5 miles/12.07 km/4 hours)

Bus set down Blakey (Lion Inn); Return from Danby (Moors Centre).

The route can be tricky around Danby Head and across Danby Rigg.

Save time? Ask the driver to drop you off 1 mile north of the Lion Inn at the road junction by Young Ralph Cross.

It is essential that anyone embarking on a walk across the Moors is properly equipped (water-proof walking boots, waterproof clothing, etc) and have the relevant OS Maps (Explorer OL26) and compass or GPS.

This route crosses open moorland.

Make sure you can do the walk comfortably in the time available - otherwise you may have to wait a week for the next bus back!

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Routes

  • Accessibility of route - Best to access using Moors Explorer bus.
  • Description of route - This route crosses open moorland.
  • Length of route (miles) - 9
  • Typical duration of route - 4 hours

Map & Directions

Public Transport Directions

EYMS Moors Explorer ME1 is a seasonal bus service - check with service provider 01482 592929. Start point is Lion Inn, High Blakey. Accessible by Public Transport.

Lion Inn to Danby Moors Centre

Type:Walking Route

High Blakey, Kirkbymoorside, North Yorkshire, YO62 7LQ
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Opening Times

Season (1 Jan 2020 - 31 Dec 2020)

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