Public rights of Way remain open, but we ask you to follow Government advice: stay at home, avoid unnecessary travel and observe social distancing guidelines. Please do not travel into or around the National Park to carry out daily exercise; stay near home. Travel for exercise is classed as non-essential.
All Authority car parks, public toilets and visitor centres are closed.
If you find a problem on any public rights of way in the North York Moors National Park, please let us know using this form. A grid reference is essential so that we can pinpoint the location and resolve the problem. To find an accurate grid reference, you can use the interactive map. If you have a photo of the problem, please email it to firstname.lastname@example.org with the date and grid reference.
When a problem report is received, we will investigate the issue within 28 working days. All Rights of Way work undertaken by the National Park Authority is dealt with on a priority basis, subject to the availability of resources. Reports of items considered dangerous anywhere on the network will be investigated and made safe as soon as possible where this is a National Park responsibility. In many cases, maintenance responsibility for furniture items and obstructions will lie with the landowner.