North York Moors

North York Moors Map of Walks

Enjoy beautiful dog walks across North Yorkshire and the North York Moors. Click on the icons to find more details.

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North York MoorsDalby Forest Woodcock Way LoopDog Walks54.3014, -0.6442 A 3 mile circular woodland walk within Dalby Forest, near Thornton-le-Dale in North Yorkshire. Dalby Forest sits on the southern slopes of the North York Moors and forms part of the North Riding Forest Park. It is managed for timber production and recreation, with well-maintained trails for walkers and cyclists. This waymarked loop takes you on a journey through the forest following lanes and paths, starting at the beautiful Staindale Lake, climbing to enjoy views across the moors and then descending to enjoy a magical stretch through the valley.
North York MoorsLord Stones and Cringle MoorDog Walks54.42, -1.1931A 3 mile strenuous circular walk from Lord Stones in the North York Moors, near Chop Gate in North Yorkshire. The walk begins at the Lord Stones car park, home to a cafe-restaurant and shop, and visits the standing stones which give the site its name. Setting out, the route crosses a beautiful section of remote moorland before joining the Cleveland Way to climb steeply to the top of Cringle Moor, the third highest hill in the North York Moors which offers spectacular views, before a gentler descent back to Lord Stones. With the views on offer, it is definitely a walk to save for a clear day.
North York Moors Raincliffe Woods CircularDog Walks54.2862, -0.4625A 5.5 mile circular walk through the ancient Raincliffe Woods on the edge of the North York Moors. The walk meanders though beautiful ancient woodlands along mostly dirt tracks that can get very muddy in wet weather. There are no stiles and the walk includes several climbs and descents, one climb being fairly steep.
North York MoorsThe Cropton RoundDog WalksCropton, Ryedale District, United KingdomIf you and your pooch like the shade of woodland trails and appreciate the opportunity to have a paddle then this quiet fairly easy walk in and out of woods and through fields is for you.
North York MoorsWhite Horse and Kilburn WoodsDog WalksKilburn High and Low, Kilburn, North Yorkshire, United KingdomIf you and your pooch love a short sharp start to to get the blood pumping, then this little walk is for you.
North York MoorsCoxwold and the White HorseDog WalksCoxwold, United KingdomThis is a good, energetic off-the-lead romp for your dog through some beautiful countryside, starting and finishing in the historic village of Coxwold.
North York MoorsKirkdale and Hodge BeckDog WalksKirkbymoorside, United KingdomIf you and your pooch enjoy a walk through charming canopied woodland paths and a romp through the fields nearby, then this one is for you.
North York MoorsHutton-le-Hole and LastinghamDog WalksHutton-le-Hole, Ryedale District, United KingdomIf you want a taste of the wild Moors, stunning views and a couple of relatively steep climbs, but also want the comfort of being able to stop off at two of the most beautiful villages on the North York Moors.
North York MoorsGrosmont and the North Yorkshire Moors RailwayDog WalksGrosmont, United KingdomIf you are a fan of ‘Steam’ or are one of those riding the nostalgia wave, then the start and finish at Grosmont will be a treat.
North York MoorsLevisham and Newton DaleDog WalksLevisham Street, York, United KingdomThis is a great walk for any season as it offers relatively sheltered paths and stopping off points, and encompasses some moor walking together with a couple of climbs and some dramatic views.
North York MoorsHelmsley to RievaulxDog WalksHelmsley, United KingdomIf you want an easy to follow route to a tranquil and beautiful destination, this walk to Rievaulx Abbey will not disappoint.
North York MoorsHovingham and the Howardian HillsDog WalksHovingham, United KingdomThis is a very pretty and quiet walk just off the usual tourist route. It starts from the quintessentially Yorkshire village of Hovingham and incorporates a variety of terrain with lovely views of the Howardian Hills and countryside beyond.
North York MoorsSandsend to Whitby along the beachDog WalksSandsend Road, Whitby, United KingdomBecause there’s nothing like a bracing seaside walk to blow the cobwebs away, be it windy, sunny or raining – we all love it and so do our dogs!
North York MoorsDalby Forest and the BridestonesDog WalksCongleton, Bridestones, United KingdomIf you want a walk with a sense of wild freedom, where your pooch can enjoy extensive time off the lead on long grassy tracks and paths, this is the one for you.
North York MoorsRobin Hood’s BayDog WalksStation Road, Robin Hood's Bay, United KingdomWith its wide easy to follow path, the walk offers a good steady climb opening up magnificent views of the North Sea, the coast and Ravenscar.
North York MoorsOsmotherley and the Cleveland WayDog WalksOsmotherley, United KingdomThe expansive views and peace and quiet are great for you, while your pooch will love the extensive off-lead freedom and a couple of opportunities for a paddle along the way.
North York MoorsDanby, Ainthorpe and Little Fryup DaleDog Walks54.4655161344337, -0.8947633020579815This walk offers a real taste of the North York Moors and one of its prettiest Dales and Valleys without endless trekking across moorland, which is not always much fun for your dog.
North York MoorsVisit Ryedale: Helmsley and Riccal DaleDog WalksHelmsley YO62 5AT, United KingdomAn 8 mile (13km) circular walk from the market town of Helmsley in Ryedale
North York MoorsVisit Ryedale: Fox and Rabbit to PickeringDog WalksVivis Lane, Pickering YO18 8TB, United KingdomA 6 mile (10 km) linear walk from the village of Lockton (home to the Fox and Rabbit Inn) to the market town of Pickering in Ryedale.



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