Due to COVID-19 do NOT visit these beauty spots and attractions now, these are suggestions for you to inspire you in your plans for post lockdown life. STAY HOME STAY SAFE PROTECT THE NHS
Situated on the River Ure in Wensleydale in the Yorkshire Dales National Park, the falls area a short walk from the Aysgarth Fall National Park Centre, many great walks extend onwards from here.
Bingley Five Rise Locks are one of the Canal & River Trusts Wonders of the Waterways. The towpath is a great place for walk or cycle ride.
Nestled between Scarborough and Filey, the beautiful Cayton Bay offers a a year-round dog-friendly beach, clean water, affordable parking and great facilities.
D is for The Dales - a place to be active - hike, walk, cycle, climb cave - or just sit reflect and take in the beauty.
Flamborough Heads is a magnificuentand rugged area of coastline, with white ciffs towering over beach. the area is fantastic for hiking and bird watching.
G is for Goathland in the North York Moors, spots the sights from film and TV, take a walk in the local moors and travel on the North York Moors Railway.
H is for Humber. Walk the bridge, visit the Humber Bridge Country Park on the #Yorkshire side or Far Ings Reserve or Waters Edge Country Park ont’other side.
I is for Ingleborough Yorkshire’s second highest peak. Hike up or just take in the views #postlockdown plans
J is for Jervaulx Abbey near #Ripon, situated on the River Swale, great for exploring and walks.
K is for Kisdon Force, on the River Swale. The 10m falls are easily viewed from nearby footpaths. #familywalk
M is for Marsden Moor. The moor is currently closed to visitors but it’s a great place to visit #postlockdown Remember NO fires 🔥 BBQ’s or naked flames.
N is for Nidderdale. The beautiful AONB sits between the Yorkshire Dales and North York Moors National Parks. Great for walks, llamas, rocks and much more
O is for Ogden Water near Halifax. Local Nature Reserve offers a superb opportunity for picnics, walking, feeding the ducks, family outings and nature activities.
P is for Pen-y-Ghent. The lowest of the Yorkshire Dales Three Peaks but still a challenging climb.
Q is for Queen Victoria Square in #hull. This fantastic space is home to fantastic free museums and galleries including Ferens Art Gallery and Hull Maritime Museum.
R is for Roseberry Topping in the North York Moors National Park, take the quick walk up from the car park or enjoy a longer stroll.
S is for Saltaire, a UNESCO World Heritage Site in West Yorkshire. A wonderfully creative community with a range of family friendly annual events
T is for Temple Newsam, the grounds are free to visit and are fantastic fun to explore.
U is for the River Ure, just one of Yorkshire's fabulous rivers, with plenty of walks and wildlife to enjoy.
V is for Valley Gardens in Harrogate. A lovely park which extends into Pinewoods and through to RHS Harlow Carr.
W is for Whernside, the highest of Yorkshire's three peaks. Make sure you are properly equipped before attempting the walk.
Y is for Yorkshire Wolds, pleasant rolling countryside filled with delightful walks and pictureseque villages.