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A well managed deciduous sheltered woodland offering various tracks that can be explored in Class 2 and 3 scooters. The second circuit to the Old Castle is a climb but is on a good hard track.

Sandsend, WHITBY, North Yorkshire, YO21 3RJ

 

Take to the boards on this easy-going 2-mile linear route through the strikingly beautiful woods of Forge Valley.

Walk Route: The route follows a fairly level, wooden boardwalk for its entire length. There are plenty of passing places, which double up as viewing platforms. There are numerous seats along the way.

  • Access: Easy to Access
  • Duration: 1 hour
  • Miles: 2

The Old Man's Mouth Picnic Site, Forge Valley, East Ayton, Scarborough, YO13 9EW

 

A circular route that has a short cut if needed. Proceed down the farm road then keep straight on when the farm road turns sharp right. At the end of the track turn right to do the full circuit or left.

Goldsborough, WHITBY, North Yorkshire, YO21 3RX

 

Great Ayton, MIDDLESBROUGH, North Yorkshire, TS9 6HZ

 

This is a short easy stroll along the escarpment of the Hambleton Hills from where there are distant views to the Yorkshire Dales. Try to walk this route in August when the heather is in full bloom.

Kepwick, THIRSK, North Yorkshire, YO7 2JW

 

From the Forestry Commission car park on the B1257 north of Helmsley the route arcs around the northern edge of Rievaulx moor.

Rievaulx Moor, Rievaulx, YORK, YO62 5LB

 

Climb steadily through the picturesque forestry tracks to High Cliff Nab for lunch with breath-taking views returning through Hutton Village.

Forest & Walkway Visitors Centre, Pinchinthorpe, GUISBOROUGH, North Yorkshire, TS14 8HD

 

This is a short, moderate walk on a variety of surfaced and grass paths, with a maximum gradient of 1:12. This quiet coastal walk offers views north towards Scarborough and south to Filey.

Scarborough South Bay, Foreshore Road, Scarborough, North Yorkshire, YO11 1PD

Blue Flag

 

The path starts on the green adjacent to the car park at the end of the road. It is very busy in the summer as it connects the large caravan park to the town.

East Cliff, WHITBY, North Yorkshire, YO22 4JT

 

There is limited parking in Lastingham but the owner of the Lastingham Grange Hotel was very accommodating to our group and is a good place for refreshments at the end of your ramble.

Lastingham, Kirkbymoorside, YO62 6TN

 

Sutton, THIRSK, North Yorkshire, YO7 2EH

 

Take a walk around Staindale Lake in the heart of Dalby Forest and you won’t be disappointed.

Walk Route: The path has a compact, hard surface of either tarmac or stone. Boardwalks with non-slip surfaces are also used. Gradients are 1 in 10 or less.

  • Access: Easy to access
  • Duration: 30 mins
  • Miles: 1

High Staindale Car Park, Dalby Forest, YO18 7LT

 

When the railway came to the Esk Valley in the 1830s it transformed both life and landscape.

Walk Route: The ‘Rail Trail’ (signposted to Goathland and Beck Hole) follows the old railway line, through bluebell woods and alongside the Murk Esk.

  • Access: Easy
  • Duration: 2 Hours
  • Miles: 3

Esk Valley Hamlet parking area, YO22 5BG

 

Start from the Saltergate layby on the A619 opposite the Hole of Horcum. Take care for the few metres along the roadside then turn onto the track. This out and back has a few big potholes so smaller scooters might have difficulty.

Hole of Horcum, Saltersgate, PICKERING, North Yorkshire, YO18 7NR

 

A short easy access trail on a flat, even surface with extensive views from the viewpoint. Crosscliff provides an outstanding panorama of an ice-age sculpted landscape.

Dalby - The Great Yorkshire Forest, Dalby Forest Visitor Centre, Low Dalby, Pickering, North Yorkshire, YO18 7LT

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Starting at the Dalby Courtyard near the Visitor Centre, the Ellerburn Trail is a multi-user pathway for disabled cyclists, walkers and wheelchair users as well children learning to ride a bike and parents with pushchairs.

Dalby - The Great Yorkshire Forest, Dalby Forest Visitor Centre, Low Dalby, Pickering, North Yorkshire, YO18 7LT

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This short path along Staindale Lake encircles the lake providing easy access for the less able-bodied, wheelchair users and parents with pushchairs.

Dalby - The Great Yorkshire Forest, Dalby Forest Visitor Centre, Low Dalby, Pickering, North Yorkshire, YO18 7LT

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A circular trail around Pexton Moor taking in the diverse mixture of woodland, scrub and grassland in the area. There are outstanding views over the riggs and dales of Dalby and over Ryedale towards Helmsley.

Dalby - The Great Yorkshire Forest, Dalby Forest Visitor Centre, Low Dalby, Pickering, North Yorkshire, YO18 7LT

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