White Horse of Kilburn
Kilburn – 4.5 Miles
This old favourite takes you to the top of the most northerly turf-cut white horse in England. The path is directly above the White Horse so you can’t see much of the horse itself, but the linear route along the escarpment gives you ample opportunity to savour one of the finest views in England, from the top of Sutton Bank.
Sutton Bank National Park Centre
Sutton Bank – 5.4 miles
Vet and author James Herriot declared the tremendous view from the dramatic Sutton Bank escarpment over the Vale of Mowbray and the Vale of York, the "finest in England". So why not stop at the top of the bank, visit the Centre and blow away the cobwebs with a walk or cycle ride? It's an official Dark Sky Discovery Site too, one of three in the North York Moors. Entry to the Centre is free.
Thirsk Furniture Trail
Thirsk - 5 Miles
Take a tour of the workshops and experience the timeless beauty of craftsmanship in solid wood. The Thirsk furniture trail is in a beautiful and historic part of North Yorkshire centered on the charming market town of Thirsk.
World of James Herriot
Thirsk – 6 Miles
A unique tribute to Alf Wight, famous author of the James Herriot novels and is the only centre of its kind in the UK dedicated to Veterinary science.
Thimbleby Shooting Ground
Thimbleby 7.5 miles
Thimbleby Shooting Ground sits within the North Yorkshire National Park, enjoying an idyllic and picturesque setting. Ideal for a clay shooting day.
The Falconry Centre
Kirby Wiske – 10 miles
Enjoy the thrills and excitement of falconry at the Birds of Prey and Conservation Centre, with over 70 birds and 30 species.Eagles, falcons, hawks, kites, vultures and owls will swoop and dive around you as you sit in a beautiful arena
Harewood – 36 miles
Follow in the footsteps of Yorkshire’s best loved soap-stars as you visit the outdoor Emmerdale village set. When the cameras stop rolling, we open the gates as cast and crew down scripts for the weekend to allow you to enjoy an exclusive tour of the popular fictional village.
Patley Bridge – 27 Miles
At a height of nearly 300m, Brimham Rocks enjoy spectacular views over the surrounding countryside. Set within the Nidderdale area of Natural Beautry, this fascinating moorland is filled with strange and fantastic rock formations and is rich in wildlife.