Experience the Moors ...  NYMA runs guided walks and visits to places of historical, cultural and environmental interest, led by people keen to share their favourite places.  

Our walks are 'organised events' and therefore exempt from the 'Rule of Six' Covid regulations introduced from 14 September.  
Most walks are 5-7 miles long.  
Dogs are normally welcome, but please check with the walk leader. 
We're always keen to add more walks to our programme, so please get in touch if you have a special place you'd like to share. 
We also run guided visits and events to places of historical, cultural or ecological interest. Most of these take place in the North York Moors, but sometimes they're to places relevant to the Moors. We hope you'll join us! 

Walks 2020 

Saturday 3 October 
Meet 10.30 just west (the Kildale side) of Commondale at the clump of trees, grid ref. NZ 657105. Starting off up road to Wayworth Farm, we then head north-west across the moor, across the top of North Ings Slack, and south-east back to the starting place. Only 150m of ascent so a gentle easing back to action after our long break. 
Please let Wendy Smith know you're coming on wpsmith7a@gmail.com or 01642 711980 
Saturday 7 November 
Meet 10am at parking area 1.5 miles east of Rosedale Head, by the junction of Knott Road with Rosedale Road (site of the Millennium Stone), grid ref. NZ 697012. 
The walk is mainly on the moor top. North and then east over Glaisdale Moor, south-east towards Rosedale via Bronze Age round barrow, followed by a steep drop of 130m into Rosedale to the old railway line, and a similar climb back to the moor top before heading north back to the start. (The steep dip can be bypassed by following a level road back to the start.) 
Please let Dave & Cal Moore know you’re coming on 01287 669648 or membership@nyma.org.uk 
All walks are circular unless otherwise stated. Please come dressed and equipped for the weather and observe Covid-19 guidance.  

STAY COVID SAFE!  Before the walk, check for Covid-19 symptoms - do not attend If you have any. You MUST let the Walk Leader know you are coming and give them your contact details. Follow government guidelines on car sharing and social distancing. You may want to bring your own hand sanitiser, face covering and basic first aid kit as well as food and drink. During the walk, touch stiles and gates as little as possible, and use hand sanitiser afterwards especially if you’re in a busy area. After the walk, if you develop symptoms you should apply for a Covid-19 test and support NHS contact tracing if requested. You should also let the Walk leader know so that we can let everyone else on the walk know what's happened. 

For other walks and events in and around the North York Moors, please click here... 
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