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Craven Garth Cottages make for a fantastic base to discover North Yorkshire and if you like walking there are a number of walks in the area: (Routes from North York Moors National Park)

Rosedale Mineral Railway (1 Mile)

Visit the area which was part of industrial Yorkshire back in the 19th Century along with spectacular views over Rosedale and the sweeping heather moorland

 

Rosedale (7.5 Miles)

Taking in fantastic views of Rosedale, ironstone mines, kilns and a moorland railway in this peaceful rural dale in the heart of the National Park

 

Hutton le Hole & Lastingham (4 Miles)

Quiet fields, country lanes & moorland tracks this circular walktakes in the 2 beautiful moorland villages

 

Farndale (3.5 Miles)

During mid-March & mid-April you can normally see glorious wild daffodils. A loverly walk at any time of the year alongside the River Dove

 

Cawthrone Roman Camps (1 Mile)

Fantastic views over woodland, moor & farmland of the North York Moors along with the history from the Roman Empire

 

Staindale Lake - Dalby Forest (1/2 Mile)

Mallard & Tufted ducks along with Cananda geese and the odd Heron can be seen in this beautiful location and easy going walk

 

Sutton Bank & White Horse (1.7 Miles)

The White Horse of Kilburn is the most northerly turf-cut figure in Britain.

 

Newton Dale (6 Miles)

From easy walking in the valley to a climb into the tress for a lovely woodland walk among mosses, ferns & grasses

 

 

   

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