Within easy reach of transport links, travel to and from the North York Moors and surrounding area couldn't be simpler. And when you get here, why not let the bus or train take the strain?
Getting here and travelling around
On foot and by bike
Over 1,400 miles of rights of way in the National Park, not to mention forest tracks and quiet moorland roads, walking and cycling are fantastic way to explore, reaching far flung places not possible by car
Travel by train
Plan a journey
Find stations in York, Malton, Scarborough, Middlesbrough, Saltburn, Whitby, Northallerton & Thirsk
Esk Valley Railway
One of the UK’s most picturesque train journeys running for 35miles from Middlesbrough out to Whitby
Train travel by bike
Be sure to check the cycle policy for your train company and if you need to make a reservation
Esk Valley Railcard
Live in the region? Enjoy a third off the standard fare when travelling on the Esk Valley Railway
Buses pass through spectacular scenery and you get the best views from the top floor on double deckers, including on Britain's most scenic route! The key services are listed below, but the easiest way to find the right bus is to use an online travel planner such as Traveline or an app such as Bus Times UK. Don't forget that most single bus journeys will cost no more than £2 until the end of December 2024.