North Yorkshire Moors Ramble

The North Yorkshire Moors Ramble is a long-weekend bikepacking loop that uses a mix of singletrack, flagstone paths, forest tracks, and backcountry gravel roads to explore the North Yorkshire Moors National Park.

Starting and finishing in the picturesque fishing port of Whitby, famous for its jet jewelry and ruined abbey, From the heather-covered sandstone moorlands to stone wall-lined fields to medieval abbeys and ancient bridges, and includes England’s joint steepest climb at 33% too. 

North Yorkshire Moors Ramble -

Route type: Long Distance Circular