The North York Moors
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To the north and east of the ancient walled City of York the North York Moors cover a broad area stretching from the Vale of York and the Vale of Mowbray across to the Yorkshire Coast. A large part of this area has been designated as a national park.
Popular destinations in and around the
Several long distance footpaths cross the moors, including Wainwright's celebrated Coast to Coast route, the Cleveland Way, and the Lyke Wake Walk.
To the west of
Running along the western and northern edges of the North York Moors are the Hambleton Hills and the Cleveland Hills respectively, while to the east is the Yorkshire Coast, and the popular seaside resorts of Whitby, Scarborough and Filey.
To the south of the North York Moors lies the Vale of Pickering, and the gentler hills and valleys of the Yorkshire Wolds.
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