Our trip today starts in the market town of Pickering in Ryedale on the border of the North York Moors National Park.
From here we will drive to the pretty little village of Hutton le Hole and stop to visit the Ryedale Folk Museum before our steep climb up Blakey Ridge one of the most iconic roads across the Moors –looking out for old stone markers and crosses.
We will head to Danby – where there is a great North York Moors visitor centre which gives some fantastic information about the geography, geology and wildlife of this impressive landscape.
There are 4 walks of differing ability we can take from here if you are feeling energetic just to give you a different perspective of the moorland scenery.
From Danby we will head past the pretty villages of Egton Bridge and Grosmont onto Whitby where we can stop for refreshments before heading to the old smuggling, picture postcard village of Robin Hoods Bay . From here we will retrace our steps before heading over Fylingdales Moor before dropping down in to the Victorian seaside resort and former Spa town Scarborough.
The day will end up back in Pickering before returning you to your desired destination. As with all of our driver guided tours – we are completely flexible, can stop wherever we want and can tailor the trip in terms of timing to your interests.