The striking southern headland of Robin Hood's Bay is rich in human and natural history. Delve into the past, investigate local industrial heritage at the old Alum Works and explore the remains of a WWII radar station or see a reinstated rocket post, once used in practice exercises by coastguards. Enjoy scenic walks taking in stunning views, flower rich clifftop meadows, woodlands, farmland and ponds.
Drop in at Ravenscar Visitor Centre, open daily from Easter until the end of October (10am - 5pm), then weekends only in November and December (10am - 4pm) with displays and information to enhance your visit. Make the most of the picnic area – the perfect spot to relax.
Become a member and help the National Trust care for this beautiful coastline. Discounts available, please ask for details.
The Tramper is an electric all-terrain mobility scooter available for use at Ravenscar Visitor Centre. The scooter has been designed specifically to cover rough ground including mud, grass, cambers and steeper inclines safely, allowing visitors with limited or poor mobility, who have difficulty walking to explore iconic beauty spots in the North York Moors.
The North York Moors Mobility scheme has been set up in partnership with Lake District Mobility. It's part of our continued commitment to make more of our beautiful places accessible to those who are less physically able.
First time users must undertake a short training session to become an Annual Member for £10 or as Temporary Member for £2.50 (which lasts for two weeks and can be upgraded to a full membership by paying the difference).
Members have access for 12 months to use Trampers at sites in the Lake District and all 47 Countryside Mobility sites, in the South West.
To avoid disappointment all bookings must be made in advance.
Trampers are limited to a speed of 4mph with an age restriction of 14 and above.
The maximum weight limit to use a Tramper is 25 stone (158 kilos).
Hire duration depends on site and route.
Hire is free for all members.
Please show your member card at the centres to show you’ve had training.