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Yorkshire Dales National Park
Official site for the Yorkshire Dales National Park Authority.

Tourism - N. Yorks. County Council
Places to visit, things to do and tourist information at the local council.

Yorkshire Wildlife Trust
Local charity working for a county rich in wildlife for everyone.

The Yorkshire Moors
A personal guide to the Yorkshire Moors, based on twenty years of walking in the national park...

North Yorkshire Moors Association
Charity that works to safeguard the landscapes, biodiversity & cultural heritage...

North Yorks Geodiversity Partnership
Web site includes information on the geology and landscape.

Cleveland Way - National Trails
The Cleveland Way is a 110 mile National Trail between Helmsley and Filey around the North York Moors...

Yorkshire Dales - Wikipedia
With details of the geography, geology, caves systems and more.

Yorkshire Dales - National Trust
Things to do, events, wildlife and details of the National Trusts work.

Cycle the Dales
A huge selection of road and mountain biking routes from the park authority.

Things to do in The Dales
Over a dozen ideas for things to do in the Dales countryside at Visit England.

CPRE North Yorkshire
Standing up for the countryside. News, campaigns, how you can help...

Nature in the Dales
A great site with species and habitat info, where to watch wildlife and much more.

North York Moors National Park
The North York Moors is a special place, forged by nature.

LNRs in North Yorkshire
Details of Local Nature Reserves (LNR) in North Yorkshire.

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Latest News

RSS The official blog for the North York Moors National Park
  • Microscopic wildlife 7th July 2020
    Recently the Hoopoe blog by NHBS hosted an interview with Ben Fitch, the Riverfly Partnership’s Project Manager. Ben emphasis how important riverfly monitoring is as an initiative because it is such an effective way of monitoring the health of a … Continue reading →
  • Good news story: Turtle Doves in a weedy corner 29th June 2020
    Richard Baines – North Yorkshire Turtle Dove Project Officer On 24 June I got a text message from one of our Turtle Dove volunteer surveyors. The message went something like… ‘A good morning’s survey – I saw five Turtle Doves … Continue reading →
  • Sweetening the land 15th June 2020
    Ellie Leary – Monuments for the Future Project Officer Not all of the archaeology within the North York Moors is as ancient and enigmatic as the standing stones or rock art (see previous posts). Once a ubiquitous presence within the … Continue reading →
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