Deep, broad valleys dissect the North York Moors National Park, with hidden winding roads that suddenly lead to surprise views.
Wonderfully named valleys such as Great Fryup Dale, Rosedale and Farndale weave in and out of the central park area. Farndale is famous for its spring displays of wild daffodils and you can also see them in Rosedale.
The North York Moors is one of the most wooded of England’s National Parks. With over a fifth of the landscape under tree cover, the importance of woodland to the North York Moors National Park is huge. The large forests of Dalby, Cropton and Boltby are not only important for timber production but for wildlife and recreation too.
Discover the beauty of the North York Moors National Park. You can see more like this if you visit The Moors National Park Centre at Danby, near Whitby