North York Moors
Goldeneye Cycling Map
| ||bestel |
Goldeneye Cycling Map North York Moors - The North Yorks Moors National Park occupies a region of elevated rolling moorland, forming a steep escarpment on the north and west, and a rugged indented coastline to the east. To the south, the ground slopes more gently towards the Vales of Mowbray and Pickering. Each of the individual Dales has its own characteristics; from scenic Rydale to lonely Bransdale. Much of the cycling is over rolling hills on lanes connecting picturesque villages. The Vale of Pickering makes for a less strenuous ride with quiet flat lanes running through a pastoral landscape.
The 16 circular routes on this map are designed to follow the quietest country lanes. The map includes National Cycle Network Routes NCN 65 & NCN 67. For those without bikes, 4 Cycle Hire centres are also listed.
* Laminated for foul weather protection
* Ideal scale for touring (2 miles to 1 inch)
* 16 circular routes
* National Cycle Network routes
* 4 Cycle Hire Centres