The North York 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.
The 10 circular routes overprinted in this map are designed to follow the quietest country lanes and range from 5 to 52 miles in length.
Containing National Cycle Network routes NCN 1, Moor To Sea Cycle Route (RR52), The White Rose Route: NCN 65, Yorkshire Wolds Circular Route: NCN 1, NCN 164, 166 & 167.
Traffic-Free Family Routes featured: Boltby Forest, Cleveland Way, Dalby Forest, Rudland Rigg, Scarborough – Whitby Railway Path (NCN 1), York to Overton Riverside Path. Also shown are parts of National Cycle Network Route 65, the 'White Rose' cycle route, between Middlesbrough and York.
Ideal Scale for Touring @ 1:126,720 (2 miles to 1 inch) Fold-out guide on laminated waterproof and tear resistant paper.
Author: Goldeneye Maps
Published Date: 2012