- published: 13 Feb 2017
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As one of the most wooded of England's National Parks, our woodlands and forests are an unexpected treasure, from strolls among ancient trees to a wander through the bluebells. Hit the trails in Dalby Forest, England's largest cycle trail centre, or head out on the high ropes course and Segway rides at Go Ape, while Sneaton Forest is home to the magical Falling Foss tea garden. Find out more at http://www.northyorkmoors.org.uk Thumbnail image: Go Ape
February 8, 2013 - Roughly 25-30cm of now recorded for these cities. Most roads and highway had less than usual traffic, as people stayed home (bumper to bumper traffic usually). Highway 404 to Highway 401.
Very cloudy weather with some sunlight. #toronto #yyz #northyork #canada
This video serves as the definitive guide to wild swimming on the North York Moors, UK. From open water natural pools, to less 'well defined' swims, there's something for everyone. Use the links below to navigate the guide, or watch it as a whole! 01:55 - Thomason Foss 05:39 - The Tarn 11:55 - Duck Pond 14:43 - Seavy Pond 18:25 - Dundale Pond 22:36 - Yearsley Pond 29:25 - (Redacted) 32:59 - Jewel Mere (Turkish Baths!) 44:55 - Sledge Shoe Bents Pond 49:12 - Nelly Ayre Foss 54:27 - Burn Howe Duck Pond 58:50 - Falling Foss 1:02:39 - Hayburn Wyke 1:07:31 - Cayton Bay 1:09:53 - Gormire Lake 1:13:48 - Mallyan Spout 1:18:24 - Brian's Pond 1:23:10 - "•421" The highest pond on the moors 1:27:30 - Guide Reflection
Discover the beauty of the North York Moors National Park - a special place, forged by nature, shaped over generations. From moor and coast to forest and dale, experience this treasured corner of North Yorkshire, where peace and beauty rub shoulders with a rich history and a warm welcome. http://www.northyorkmoors.org.uk Thumbnail image: Colin Carter
Blowing snow 4th of February
For families, adventurers, beach-goers and wildlife spotters, the possibilities are endless on the North York Moors coast. Find fossils at Boggle Hole, ride a steam train, visit Whitby Abbey, step back in time at Robin Hood's Bay and Staithes, spot seals at Ravenscar, walk the Cleveland Way or ride the Cinder Track - which part of the North York Moors National Park coast do you want to explore next? Film and music by Fridge Productions (Ltd) for the North York Moors National Park Authority Thumbnail image credit: Fridge Productions (Ltd) Places and experiences featured in the video: Yorkshire Coast Nature, wildlife safaris - http://www.yorkshirecoastnature.co.uk/ Hidden Horizons, fossil hunts, dinosaur walks - http://www.hiddenhorizons.co.uk/ North Yorkshire Moors Railway - http://www.n...
Wonderfully-named valleys - Great Fryup Dale, Rosedale, Farndale - dissect the North York Moors National Park, with winding roads that suddenly lead to surprise views. Farndale is famous for its wild daffodils in spring, while the North Yorkshire Moors Railway steams through the heart of the National Park. Find out more at http://www.northyorkmoors.org.uk Thumbnail image: Mike Kipling
Toronto Sightseeing, Downtown area of North York, Toronto Canada, March 2014. North York used to be an independent city until it amalgamated with the city of Toronto in the late 1990s. North York is one of the most diverse areas of Toronto where more than half of its population was born outside of Canada. A lot of residents still refer to it as North York.
Sometimes the most amazing wildlife sights are right on your doorstep. This extraordinary murmuration of starlings appeared over my back garden on a bitingly cold winter's evening. Right on the edge of the North York Moors National Park, England, I experienced one of the most thrilling wildlife sights I've ever seen as the birds arched and wheeled across the sky in their thousands, dancing over the trees and rooftops. Thumbnail image: Donald Macauley via Flickr, CC BY-SA 2.0 Music: http://www.bensound.com