Thank you for social distancing - COVID-19 updates
With new national restrictions in place from 5 November, Government is encouraging everyone to stay at home as much as possible. However you can exercise outdoors or visit an outdoor public place local to you with people you live with, your support bubble (or as part of a childcare bubble), or with one other person, plus any children under five.
We know how important accessing the National Park is to your health and wellbeing and therefore all our car parks and toilets remain open. Public rights of way everywhere remain open as permitted by law but we ask you to observe social distancing guidelines. This includes staying two metres apart from anyone not in your own household or part of your support bubble. Bring hand sanitiser for use after touching shared surfaces (gates, stiles etc) and wash your hands as soon as you are back indoors.
If you are only a short journey away and thinking of visiting the North York Moors, please follow our guidelines for accessing the National Park responsibly. We’ve ideas on finding quieter spots to give you the opportunity to explore somewhere new too.
The National Park will be here waiting for you to enjoy fully when it is safe to do so and we look forward to welcoming you back then.
Ready for a two-wheel adventure?
The North York Moors is a fantastic location for cycling, whether you're a family cyclist or a world-class mountain biker.
If you're looking for inspiration, check out our downloadable cycling routes, right across the North York Moors and Howardian Hills. We have miles of country roads, bridleways, forest tracks and disused railway lines, and there are three dedicated cycling centres:
- Sutton Bank - for families and those new to mountain biking
- Dalby Forest - for families right through to more experienced mountain bikers
- Great Fryup Dale - for more experienced mountain bikers and road cyclists
You can also see the best of the National Park on the 'Moor to Sea Cycle Network' – 150 miles of pedal-powered freedom, taking you through some of the finest scenery in Britain.
Follow the old Scarborough-to-Whitby coastal railway line, cross the high moorland above Rosedale Abbey, wind through the woods of Cropton Forest – where do you fancy riding today?
Embark on your cycling adventure...
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