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Kirkbymoorside Leisure Activities

Kirkbymoorside - Leisure Activities

Nestled in the rolling North Yorkshire countryside, Kirkbymoorside is the perfect place to experience the freedom of the great outdoors and take advantage of the many leisure activities available.

Whether it be on foot or on wheels you can be sure to find plenty of ways to discover the exhilarating beauty of the Ryedale Countryside.

Kirkbymoorside Walks

Kirkbymoorside and Gillamoor
A 6 mile (10 km) circular walk from the market town of Kirkbymoorside. The route heads north through Manor Vale Woodland and open fields to reach nearby Gillamoor with its pretty church and surprise view, before returning through plantations alongside the River Dove.

Kirkbymoorside and Ravenswick
A 4 mile (6.5 km) circular walk from the market town of Kirkbymoorside in Ryedale. The route heads east and north, visiting the site of the former Ravenswick Hall, the beautiful Ravenswyke Woods and a long stretch of Manor Vale Woods.

Kirkbymoorside and St Gregory's Minster
A 5 mile (8 km) circular walk from the market town of Kirkbymoorside. The route heads west through open fields and pastures, visiting Kirkdale Cave (where a fascinating set of fossilised bones were discovered) and St Gregory’s Minster along the way.

Kirkbymoorside Discovery Trail
A 1.3 mile (2 km) circular walk (part of which is easy access) from the market town of Kirkbymoorside in Ryedale. The route discovers some of the highlights of this delightful town including the Shambles, Market Cross, Old Police Station and the large pond, the site of a former moated castle that now creates the perfect picnic spot with glorious views across the town.

Ryedale Market Towns Trail Part 6: Kirkbymoorside to Helmsley
A 9 mile (14.5km) linear walk from Kirkbymoorside to Helmsley in North Yorkshire, forming the sixth and final part of the Ryedale Market Towns Trail. The route heads west through a mixture of open crop fields, sheep pastures and woodland valleys with gorgeous views from the hilltops. Along the way there are several interesting landmarks including Kirkdale Cave (where a fascinating set of fossilised bones were discovered), St Gregory’s Minster, the predominantly thatched village of Pockley and the magical woodland ravine of Riccal Dale.

Ryedale Market Towns Trail Part 6: Kirkbymoorside to Helmsley
A 9 mile (14.5km) linear walk from Kirkbymoorside to Helmsley in North Yorkshire, forming the sixth and final part of the Ryedale Market Towns Trail. The route heads west through a mixture of open crop fields, sheep pastures and woodland valleys with gorgeous views from the hilltops. Along the way there are several interesting landmarks including Kirkdale Cave (where a fascinating set of fossilised bones were discovered), St Gregory’s Minster, the predominantly thatched village of Pockley and the magical woodland ravine of Riccal Dale. - See more at: http://www.visitryedale.co.uk/see-do/activities/walking#sthash.XqpJtFnt.dpuf
Ryedale Market Towns Trail Part 6: Kirkbymoorside to Helmsley
A 9 mile (14.5km) linear walk from Kirkbymoorside to Helmsley in North Yorkshire, forming the sixth and final part of the Ryedale Market Towns Trail. The route heads west through a mixture of open crop fields, sheep pastures and woodland valleys with gorgeous views from the hilltops. Along the way there are several interesting landmarks including Kirkdale Cave (where a fascinating set of fossilised bones were discovered), St Gregory’s Minster, the predominantly thatched village of Pockley and the magical woodland ravine of Riccal Dale. - See more at: http://www.visitryedale.co.uk/see-do/activities/walking#sthash.XqpJtFnt.dpuf

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  1. Ryedale Folk Museum

    Hutton-le-Hole, Kirkbymoorside, North Yorkshire, YO62 6UA
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    Finest open air museum in Yorkshire. An amazing collection of rescued and restored historic buildings. Everything from craft workshops and thatched cottages to shops flints and a fire engine. The cottage gardens are a real treat. ...
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Kirkbymoorside Leisure Activities

Kirkbymoorside - Leisure Activities

Nestled in the rolling North Yorkshire countryside, Kirkbymoorside is the perfect place to experience the freedom of the great outdoors and take advantage of the many leisure activities available.

Whether it be on foot or on wheels you can be sure to find plenty of ways to discover the exhilarating beauty of the Ryedale Countryside.

Kirkbymoorside Walks

Kirkbymoorside and Gillamoor
A 6 mile (10 km) circular walk from the market town of Kirkbymoorside. The route heads north through Manor Vale Woodland and open fields to reach nearby Gillamoor with its pretty church and surprise view, before returning through plantations alongside the River Dove.

Kirkbymoorside and Ravenswick
A 4 mile (6.5 km) circular walk from the market town of Kirkbymoorside in Ryedale. The route heads east and north, visiting the site of the former Ravenswick Hall, the beautiful Ravenswyke Woods and a long stretch of Manor Vale Woods.

Kirkbymoorside and St Gregory's Minster
A 5 mile (8 km) circular walk from the market town of Kirkbymoorside. The route heads west through open fields and pastures, visiting Kirkdale Cave (where a fascinating set of fossilised bones were discovered) and St Gregory’s Minster along the way.

Kirkbymoorside Discovery Trail
A 1.3 mile (2 km) circular walk (part of which is easy access) from the market town of Kirkbymoorside in Ryedale. The route discovers some of the highlights of this delightful town including the Shambles, Market Cross, Old Police Station and the large pond, the site of a former moated castle that now creates the perfect picnic spot with glorious views across the town.

Ryedale Market Towns Trail Part 6: Kirkbymoorside to Helmsley
A 9 mile (14.5km) linear walk from Kirkbymoorside to Helmsley in North Yorkshire, forming the sixth and final part of the Ryedale Market Towns Trail. The route heads west through a mixture of open crop fields, sheep pastures and woodland valleys with gorgeous views from the hilltops. Along the way there are several interesting landmarks including Kirkdale Cave (where a fascinating set of fossilised bones were discovered), St Gregory’s Minster, the predominantly thatched village of Pockley and the magical woodland ravine of Riccal Dale.

Ryedale Market Towns Trail Part 6: Kirkbymoorside to Helmsley
A 9 mile (14.5km) linear walk from Kirkbymoorside to Helmsley in North Yorkshire, forming the sixth and final part of the Ryedale Market Towns Trail. The route heads west through a mixture of open crop fields, sheep pastures and woodland valleys with gorgeous views from the hilltops. Along the way there are several interesting landmarks including Kirkdale Cave (where a fascinating set of fossilised bones were discovered), St Gregory’s Minster, the predominantly thatched village of Pockley and the magical woodland ravine of Riccal Dale. - See more at: http://www.visitryedale.co.uk/see-do/activities/walking#sthash.XqpJtFnt.dpuf
Ryedale Market Towns Trail Part 6: Kirkbymoorside to Helmsley
A 9 mile (14.5km) linear walk from Kirkbymoorside to Helmsley in North Yorkshire, forming the sixth and final part of the Ryedale Market Towns Trail. The route heads west through a mixture of open crop fields, sheep pastures and woodland valleys with gorgeous views from the hilltops. Along the way there are several interesting landmarks including Kirkdale Cave (where a fascinating set of fossilised bones were discovered), St Gregory’s Minster, the predominantly thatched village of Pockley and the magical woodland ravine of Riccal Dale. - See more at: http://www.visitryedale.co.uk/see-do/activities/walking#sthash.XqpJtFnt.dpuf

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