North Yorkshire WalksFebruary 09, 2024
Last Saturday I joined a group of friends for a walk around Rosedale Abbey near Pickering. After the blizzard of a couple of weeks ago, I went prepared for harsh weather. Only this time it was the sun not the snow I needed protection from!
We met up outside the church in the centre of Rosedale Abbey village. From there we made our way through the trailer park, across the stream and out into the dales and onto the North Yorkshire Moors. We were following the remains of an old railway line.
One of the best parts of the trail was the information points which told the history of the railway and the moors.
Not that I had much chance to read any of it as I was a little preoccupied with a rather energetic spaniel.
He had a wonderful time exploring and playing with the other dogs who joined us on the walk. He did have to be on the lead for most of it as there were sheep and other life stock around.
The views were incredible though and sky line was amazing! I would defintitely recommend this walk to anyone up for a bit of an adventure.