Events

The events below are accurate at the time of entry, but particularly in light of COVID restrictions we advise checking the websites to see if they are still taking place.

Feb
18
Fri
2022
Dark Skies Festival
Feb 18 – Feb 26 all-day
Dark Skies Festival @ North York Moors National Park | Helmsley | England | United Kingdom

Enjoy a guided tour of the night sky, focusing on objects in our solar system (the moon and other planets) as well as stars that reside far away from Earth within our Milky Way galaxy. View a range of constellations and the objects that reside within them, including deep sky objects such as nebulae, star clusters and galaxies. All attendees will get plenty of opportunities to view through our large telescope under some of the darkest skies in England in the heart of Dalby Forest.

We also have our indoor planetarium on standby so if the weather is poor and we can’t see any stars, or if we get very cold we can come inside and warmup, and enjoy a tour of the night sky and some immersive films about our solar system, galaxy and universe. This means we will only cancel an event if Dalby is inaccessible due to weather conditions.

– Various dates available throughout Festival. 7.30pm start. Events sell quickly so don’t delay booking!

Location:

Dalby Explorer Hub, Forest Courtyard, Low Dalby, Pickering
YO18 7LT

Cost:

Adult: £15
Child: £10 (Under 16’s. Suitable for 7+)

Details:

Booking essential. See Hidden Horizon’s website

Guided Walks
Feb 18 @ 1:16 pm – 2:16 pm
Guided Walks

Walk Information

All walks meet up at 4:30pm for a 5pm start – see venues below….

Dark Skies – Walking in Heartbeat Country

Sunday 20th February | Friday 4th March 2022

Surrounded by high moors and interlaced with cascading streams and waterfalls, Heartbeat Country is a walker’s paradise. You will experience the Mallyan Spout Waterfall, which at over 60 feet, is the tallest waterfall on the North York Moors.

Situated on the popular North York Moors railway line with its magnificent steam engines Goathland station was also used by Warner Brothers as the setting for Hogsmeade Station in Harry Potter and the Philosophers Stone. For over 18 years this moors gem was known to millions has Aidensfield, and makes for one of the most intriguing walking locations within the National Park.

Goathland Walks – we will meet in the car park at the Inn on the Moor YO22 5LZ.

Robin Hoods Bay – A Smugglers Paradise

Friday 18th February | Sunday 6th March

This coastal walk starts and finishes in Robin Hoods Bay the busiest smuggling community on the Yorkshire coastline during the 18th century. With countless tales of thieves, rogues and smugglers, this makes for one of the most intriguing walking locations within the National Park.

For this walk we follow the old railway line towards Whitby before heading back to the Bay along the Cleveland Way, with thunderous waves below and amazing dark skies above, experience this beautiful section of the Yorkshire Heritage Coastline.

Robin Hoods Bay Walks – meet at Station car park YO22 4RE

Sutton Bank – White Horse Circuit

Saturday 19th February 2022

Once described by James Herriot as the finest view in England, what better place to start your dark skies adventure. Heading off across Roulston Scar, where ancient tribes dating back to 400BC roamed this impressive plateau. From the plateau we descend down to the famous White Horse of Kilburn, before heading back up to the top and across to White Mare crag where Sir Harry De Scriven met his fate one stormy night.

Sutton Bank Walks – meet at Sutton Bank Visitors Centre near the café entrance YO7 2EH

The Cistercian Walk – A circular walk from Helmsley to Rievaulx Abbey and back to Helmsley

Friday 25th February 2022

This is a 7 mile circular walk linking ancient monuments set within the beautiful North York Moors. Starting in the charming Yorkshire market town of Helmsley we head off through the grounds of Duncombe Park before picking up the Cleveland Way and heading off towards Rievaulx Abbey, dating back to 1131became the largest and richest Cistercian Abbey in England. We then head back via the Cleveland Way and return to Helmsley.

Helmsley – Rievaulx Walks – meet outside the Black Swan, Helmsley YO62 5BJ

Hole of Horcum – Levisham circular walk

Saturday 26th February | Saturday 5th March 2022

The Hole of Horcum also known as the Devil’s Punchbowl is a spectacular natural amphitheatre scooped out of Levisham Moor. Legend says that the hole was formed when the giant Wade grabbed a handful of earth to throw at his wife Bell.

Reality suggests however that it was created over millennia by glacial meltwater. The path around the hole is on an earthwork dyke, which denotes a prehistoric boundary.

This is an 6 mile (10km) 3.5 hour circular walk that combines the Hole of Horcum/Levisham circular walk. For this walk we meet at the Hole of Horcum carpark situated on the A169.

Hole of Horcum – Meet at Saltergate Car Park, A169, Lockton, Pickering YO18 7NR

Hutton le Hole – Ana Cross – Lastingham circular walk

Sunday 27th February

Hutton le Hole is one of North Yorkshire’s most charming and most visited villages. Stone houses dotted around a village green where sheep graze freely.

Ana Cross or Ainhowe Cross (according to local lore) is a prominent landmark on Spaunton Moor. Made of local sandstone her name refers to the name of the original Anglo-Saxon cross, the head of which lies in the 11th century crypt of St Mary’s church in the nearby village of Lastingham. The original cross was more than 23 feet high, making it the largest known pre-Norman monument in England.

A 7.5 mile (12km) walk of 3-4 hour duration starting from the carpark just on the outskirts of the village on the Lastingham Road.

This walk takes an outward route from Hutton-Le-Hole across Spaunton Moor to Rosedale Chimney Bank Top with absolutely stunning views across Rosedale.

Hutton le Hole – Meet meet in the carpark entrance at postcode: YO62 6UB

Feb
19
Sat
2022
Guided Walks
Feb 19 @ 1:16 pm – 2:16 pm
Guided Walks

Walk Information

All walks meet up at 4:30pm for a 5pm start – see venues below….

Dark Skies – Walking in Heartbeat Country

Sunday 20th February | Friday 4th March 2022

Surrounded by high moors and interlaced with cascading streams and waterfalls, Heartbeat Country is a walker’s paradise. You will experience the Mallyan Spout Waterfall, which at over 60 feet, is the tallest waterfall on the North York Moors.

Situated on the popular North York Moors railway line with its magnificent steam engines Goathland station was also used by Warner Brothers as the setting for Hogsmeade Station in Harry Potter and the Philosophers Stone. For over 18 years this moors gem was known to millions has Aidensfield, and makes for one of the most intriguing walking locations within the National Park.

Goathland Walks – we will meet in the car park at the Inn on the Moor YO22 5LZ.

Robin Hoods Bay – A Smugglers Paradise

Friday 18th February | Sunday 6th March

This coastal walk starts and finishes in Robin Hoods Bay the busiest smuggling community on the Yorkshire coastline during the 18th century. With countless tales of thieves, rogues and smugglers, this makes for one of the most intriguing walking locations within the National Park.

For this walk we follow the old railway line towards Whitby before heading back to the Bay along the Cleveland Way, with thunderous waves below and amazing dark skies above, experience this beautiful section of the Yorkshire Heritage Coastline.

Robin Hoods Bay Walks – meet at Station car park YO22 4RE

Sutton Bank – White Horse Circuit

Saturday 19th February 2022

Once described by James Herriot as the finest view in England, what better place to start your dark skies adventure. Heading off across Roulston Scar, where ancient tribes dating back to 400BC roamed this impressive plateau. From the plateau we descend down to the famous White Horse of Kilburn, before heading back up to the top and across to White Mare crag where Sir Harry De Scriven met his fate one stormy night.

Sutton Bank Walks – meet at Sutton Bank Visitors Centre near the café entrance YO7 2EH

The Cistercian Walk – A circular walk from Helmsley to Rievaulx Abbey and back to Helmsley

Friday 25th February 2022

This is a 7 mile circular walk linking ancient monuments set within the beautiful North York Moors. Starting in the charming Yorkshire market town of Helmsley we head off through the grounds of Duncombe Park before picking up the Cleveland Way and heading off towards Rievaulx Abbey, dating back to 1131became the largest and richest Cistercian Abbey in England. We then head back via the Cleveland Way and return to Helmsley.

Helmsley – Rievaulx Walks – meet outside the Black Swan, Helmsley YO62 5BJ

Hole of Horcum – Levisham circular walk

Saturday 26th February | Saturday 5th March 2022

The Hole of Horcum also known as the Devil’s Punchbowl is a spectacular natural amphitheatre scooped out of Levisham Moor. Legend says that the hole was formed when the giant Wade grabbed a handful of earth to throw at his wife Bell.

Reality suggests however that it was created over millennia by glacial meltwater. The path around the hole is on an earthwork dyke, which denotes a prehistoric boundary.

This is an 6 mile (10km) 3.5 hour circular walk that combines the Hole of Horcum/Levisham circular walk. For this walk we meet at the Hole of Horcum carpark situated on the A169.

Hole of Horcum – Meet at Saltergate Car Park, A169, Lockton, Pickering YO18 7NR

Hutton le Hole – Ana Cross – Lastingham circular walk

Sunday 27th February

Hutton le Hole is one of North Yorkshire’s most charming and most visited villages. Stone houses dotted around a village green where sheep graze freely.

Ana Cross or Ainhowe Cross (according to local lore) is a prominent landmark on Spaunton Moor. Made of local sandstone her name refers to the name of the original Anglo-Saxon cross, the head of which lies in the 11th century crypt of St Mary’s church in the nearby village of Lastingham. The original cross was more than 23 feet high, making it the largest known pre-Norman monument in England.

A 7.5 mile (12km) walk of 3-4 hour duration starting from the carpark just on the outskirts of the village on the Lastingham Road.

This walk takes an outward route from Hutton-Le-Hole across Spaunton Moor to Rosedale Chimney Bank Top with absolutely stunning views across Rosedale.

Hutton le Hole – Meet meet in the carpark entrance at postcode: YO62 6UB

Whitby Night Photography
Feb 19 @ 7:00 pm – 10:00 pm
Whitby Night Photography @ YHA Whitby | England | United Kingdom

Do you fancy trying your hand at photographing something different? If so, then why not join local landscape photographer Richard Burdon and learn how to shoot stunning night images round Whitby harbour.

The workshop will start at the Abbey House Tearooms (Near Whitby Abbey) at 7.00pm and we’ll spend 2-3 hours visiting a variety of interesting locations around the harbour and old town. Full instruction will be given on how to get the correct exposure and how to improve your compositions.

The group will be for a maximum of 6 people, to ensure everyone gets the attention they require.

Price £25 a head, please

Richard@rjbphotographic.co.uk to book your place.

Saturday 19th. February 2022

Saturday 26th. February 2022

Essentials
Warm clothing, including hat and gloves

Tripod (Essential as exposure times will be long in the dark conditions)

Torch or head torch

Are you looking to buy a gift for someone, but not sure what they would like?
Why not consider a

for one of our workshops?

We can provide a voucher for any amount, just contact us by email or by phone and we will provide a personalised PDF file for you to email to the recipient.

Feb
20
Sun
2022
Guided Walks
Feb 20 @ 1:16 pm – 2:16 pm
Guided Walks

Walk Information

All walks meet up at 4:30pm for a 5pm start – see venues below….

Dark Skies – Walking in Heartbeat Country

Sunday 20th February | Friday 4th March 2022

Surrounded by high moors and interlaced with cascading streams and waterfalls, Heartbeat Country is a walker’s paradise. You will experience the Mallyan Spout Waterfall, which at over 60 feet, is the tallest waterfall on the North York Moors.

Situated on the popular North York Moors railway line with its magnificent steam engines Goathland station was also used by Warner Brothers as the setting for Hogsmeade Station in Harry Potter and the Philosophers Stone. For over 18 years this moors gem was known to millions has Aidensfield, and makes for one of the most intriguing walking locations within the National Park.

Goathland Walks – we will meet in the car park at the Inn on the Moor YO22 5LZ.

Robin Hoods Bay – A Smugglers Paradise

Friday 18th February | Sunday 6th March

This coastal walk starts and finishes in Robin Hoods Bay the busiest smuggling community on the Yorkshire coastline during the 18th century. With countless tales of thieves, rogues and smugglers, this makes for one of the most intriguing walking locations within the National Park.

For this walk we follow the old railway line towards Whitby before heading back to the Bay along the Cleveland Way, with thunderous waves below and amazing dark skies above, experience this beautiful section of the Yorkshire Heritage Coastline.

Robin Hoods Bay Walks – meet at Station car park YO22 4RE

Sutton Bank – White Horse Circuit

Saturday 19th February 2022

Once described by James Herriot as the finest view in England, what better place to start your dark skies adventure. Heading off across Roulston Scar, where ancient tribes dating back to 400BC roamed this impressive plateau. From the plateau we descend down to the famous White Horse of Kilburn, before heading back up to the top and across to White Mare crag where Sir Harry De Scriven met his fate one stormy night.

Sutton Bank Walks – meet at Sutton Bank Visitors Centre near the café entrance YO7 2EH

The Cistercian Walk – A circular walk from Helmsley to Rievaulx Abbey and back to Helmsley

Friday 25th February 2022

This is a 7 mile circular walk linking ancient monuments set within the beautiful North York Moors. Starting in the charming Yorkshire market town of Helmsley we head off through the grounds of Duncombe Park before picking up the Cleveland Way and heading off towards Rievaulx Abbey, dating back to 1131became the largest and richest Cistercian Abbey in England. We then head back via the Cleveland Way and return to Helmsley.

Helmsley – Rievaulx Walks – meet outside the Black Swan, Helmsley YO62 5BJ

Hole of Horcum – Levisham circular walk

Saturday 26th February | Saturday 5th March 2022

The Hole of Horcum also known as the Devil’s Punchbowl is a spectacular natural amphitheatre scooped out of Levisham Moor. Legend says that the hole was formed when the giant Wade grabbed a handful of earth to throw at his wife Bell.

Reality suggests however that it was created over millennia by glacial meltwater. The path around the hole is on an earthwork dyke, which denotes a prehistoric boundary.

This is an 6 mile (10km) 3.5 hour circular walk that combines the Hole of Horcum/Levisham circular walk. For this walk we meet at the Hole of Horcum carpark situated on the A169.

Hole of Horcum – Meet at Saltergate Car Park, A169, Lockton, Pickering YO18 7NR

Hutton le Hole – Ana Cross – Lastingham circular walk

Sunday 27th February

Hutton le Hole is one of North Yorkshire’s most charming and most visited villages. Stone houses dotted around a village green where sheep graze freely.

Ana Cross or Ainhowe Cross (according to local lore) is a prominent landmark on Spaunton Moor. Made of local sandstone her name refers to the name of the original Anglo-Saxon cross, the head of which lies in the 11th century crypt of St Mary’s church in the nearby village of Lastingham. The original cross was more than 23 feet high, making it the largest known pre-Norman monument in England.

A 7.5 mile (12km) walk of 3-4 hour duration starting from the carpark just on the outskirts of the village on the Lastingham Road.

This walk takes an outward route from Hutton-Le-Hole across Spaunton Moor to Rosedale Chimney Bank Top with absolutely stunning views across Rosedale.

Hutton le Hole – Meet meet in the carpark entrance at postcode: YO62 6UB

Feb
25
Fri
2022
Guided Walks
Feb 25 @ 1:16 pm – 2:16 pm
Guided Walks

Walk Information

All walks meet up at 4:30pm for a 5pm start – see venues below….

Dark Skies – Walking in Heartbeat Country

Sunday 20th February | Friday 4th March 2022

Surrounded by high moors and interlaced with cascading streams and waterfalls, Heartbeat Country is a walker’s paradise. You will experience the Mallyan Spout Waterfall, which at over 60 feet, is the tallest waterfall on the North York Moors.

Situated on the popular North York Moors railway line with its magnificent steam engines Goathland station was also used by Warner Brothers as the setting for Hogsmeade Station in Harry Potter and the Philosophers Stone. For over 18 years this moors gem was known to millions has Aidensfield, and makes for one of the most intriguing walking locations within the National Park.

Goathland Walks – we will meet in the car park at the Inn on the Moor YO22 5LZ.

Robin Hoods Bay – A Smugglers Paradise

Friday 18th February | Sunday 6th March

This coastal walk starts and finishes in Robin Hoods Bay the busiest smuggling community on the Yorkshire coastline during the 18th century. With countless tales of thieves, rogues and smugglers, this makes for one of the most intriguing walking locations within the National Park.

For this walk we follow the old railway line towards Whitby before heading back to the Bay along the Cleveland Way, with thunderous waves below and amazing dark skies above, experience this beautiful section of the Yorkshire Heritage Coastline.

Robin Hoods Bay Walks – meet at Station car park YO22 4RE

Sutton Bank – White Horse Circuit

Saturday 19th February 2022

Once described by James Herriot as the finest view in England, what better place to start your dark skies adventure. Heading off across Roulston Scar, where ancient tribes dating back to 400BC roamed this impressive plateau. From the plateau we descend down to the famous White Horse of Kilburn, before heading back up to the top and across to White Mare crag where Sir Harry De Scriven met his fate one stormy night.

Sutton Bank Walks – meet at Sutton Bank Visitors Centre near the café entrance YO7 2EH

The Cistercian Walk – A circular walk from Helmsley to Rievaulx Abbey and back to Helmsley

Friday 25th February 2022

This is a 7 mile circular walk linking ancient monuments set within the beautiful North York Moors. Starting in the charming Yorkshire market town of Helmsley we head off through the grounds of Duncombe Park before picking up the Cleveland Way and heading off towards Rievaulx Abbey, dating back to 1131became the largest and richest Cistercian Abbey in England. We then head back via the Cleveland Way and return to Helmsley.

Helmsley – Rievaulx Walks – meet outside the Black Swan, Helmsley YO62 5BJ

Hole of Horcum – Levisham circular walk

Saturday 26th February | Saturday 5th March 2022

The Hole of Horcum also known as the Devil’s Punchbowl is a spectacular natural amphitheatre scooped out of Levisham Moor. Legend says that the hole was formed when the giant Wade grabbed a handful of earth to throw at his wife Bell.

Reality suggests however that it was created over millennia by glacial meltwater. The path around the hole is on an earthwork dyke, which denotes a prehistoric boundary.

This is an 6 mile (10km) 3.5 hour circular walk that combines the Hole of Horcum/Levisham circular walk. For this walk we meet at the Hole of Horcum carpark situated on the A169.

Hole of Horcum – Meet at Saltergate Car Park, A169, Lockton, Pickering YO18 7NR

Hutton le Hole – Ana Cross – Lastingham circular walk

Sunday 27th February

Hutton le Hole is one of North Yorkshire’s most charming and most visited villages. Stone houses dotted around a village green where sheep graze freely.

Ana Cross or Ainhowe Cross (according to local lore) is a prominent landmark on Spaunton Moor. Made of local sandstone her name refers to the name of the original Anglo-Saxon cross, the head of which lies in the 11th century crypt of St Mary’s church in the nearby village of Lastingham. The original cross was more than 23 feet high, making it the largest known pre-Norman monument in England.

A 7.5 mile (12km) walk of 3-4 hour duration starting from the carpark just on the outskirts of the village on the Lastingham Road.

This walk takes an outward route from Hutton-Le-Hole across Spaunton Moor to Rosedale Chimney Bank Top with absolutely stunning views across Rosedale.

Hutton le Hole – Meet meet in the carpark entrance at postcode: YO62 6UB

Feb
26
Sat
2022
Guided Walks
Feb 26 @ 1:16 pm – 2:16 pm
Guided Walks

Walk Information

All walks meet up at 4:30pm for a 5pm start – see venues below….

Dark Skies – Walking in Heartbeat Country

Sunday 20th February | Friday 4th March 2022

Surrounded by high moors and interlaced with cascading streams and waterfalls, Heartbeat Country is a walker’s paradise. You will experience the Mallyan Spout Waterfall, which at over 60 feet, is the tallest waterfall on the North York Moors.

Situated on the popular North York Moors railway line with its magnificent steam engines Goathland station was also used by Warner Brothers as the setting for Hogsmeade Station in Harry Potter and the Philosophers Stone. For over 18 years this moors gem was known to millions has Aidensfield, and makes for one of the most intriguing walking locations within the National Park.

Goathland Walks – we will meet in the car park at the Inn on the Moor YO22 5LZ.

Robin Hoods Bay – A Smugglers Paradise

Friday 18th February | Sunday 6th March

This coastal walk starts and finishes in Robin Hoods Bay the busiest smuggling community on the Yorkshire coastline during the 18th century. With countless tales of thieves, rogues and smugglers, this makes for one of the most intriguing walking locations within the National Park.

For this walk we follow the old railway line towards Whitby before heading back to the Bay along the Cleveland Way, with thunderous waves below and amazing dark skies above, experience this beautiful section of the Yorkshire Heritage Coastline.

Robin Hoods Bay Walks – meet at Station car park YO22 4RE

Sutton Bank – White Horse Circuit

Saturday 19th February 2022

Once described by James Herriot as the finest view in England, what better place to start your dark skies adventure. Heading off across Roulston Scar, where ancient tribes dating back to 400BC roamed this impressive plateau. From the plateau we descend down to the famous White Horse of Kilburn, before heading back up to the top and across to White Mare crag where Sir Harry De Scriven met his fate one stormy night.

Sutton Bank Walks – meet at Sutton Bank Visitors Centre near the café entrance YO7 2EH

The Cistercian Walk – A circular walk from Helmsley to Rievaulx Abbey and back to Helmsley

Friday 25th February 2022

This is a 7 mile circular walk linking ancient monuments set within the beautiful North York Moors. Starting in the charming Yorkshire market town of Helmsley we head off through the grounds of Duncombe Park before picking up the Cleveland Way and heading off towards Rievaulx Abbey, dating back to 1131became the largest and richest Cistercian Abbey in England. We then head back via the Cleveland Way and return to Helmsley.

Helmsley – Rievaulx Walks – meet outside the Black Swan, Helmsley YO62 5BJ

Hole of Horcum – Levisham circular walk

Saturday 26th February | Saturday 5th March 2022

The Hole of Horcum also known as the Devil’s Punchbowl is a spectacular natural amphitheatre scooped out of Levisham Moor. Legend says that the hole was formed when the giant Wade grabbed a handful of earth to throw at his wife Bell.

Reality suggests however that it was created over millennia by glacial meltwater. The path around the hole is on an earthwork dyke, which denotes a prehistoric boundary.

This is an 6 mile (10km) 3.5 hour circular walk that combines the Hole of Horcum/Levisham circular walk. For this walk we meet at the Hole of Horcum carpark situated on the A169.

Hole of Horcum – Meet at Saltergate Car Park, A169, Lockton, Pickering YO18 7NR

Hutton le Hole – Ana Cross – Lastingham circular walk

Sunday 27th February

Hutton le Hole is one of North Yorkshire’s most charming and most visited villages. Stone houses dotted around a village green where sheep graze freely.

Ana Cross or Ainhowe Cross (according to local lore) is a prominent landmark on Spaunton Moor. Made of local sandstone her name refers to the name of the original Anglo-Saxon cross, the head of which lies in the 11th century crypt of St Mary’s church in the nearby village of Lastingham. The original cross was more than 23 feet high, making it the largest known pre-Norman monument in England.

A 7.5 mile (12km) walk of 3-4 hour duration starting from the carpark just on the outskirts of the village on the Lastingham Road.

This walk takes an outward route from Hutton-Le-Hole across Spaunton Moor to Rosedale Chimney Bank Top with absolutely stunning views across Rosedale.

Hutton le Hole – Meet meet in the carpark entrance at postcode: YO62 6UB

Whitby Night Photography
Feb 26 @ 7:00 pm – 10:00 pm
Whitby Night Photography @ YHA Whitby | England | United Kingdom

Do you fancy trying your hand at photographing something different? If so, then why not join local landscape photographer Richard Burdon and learn how to shoot stunning night images round Whitby harbour.

The workshop will start at the Abbey House Tearooms (Near Whitby Abbey) at 7.00pm and we’ll spend 2-3 hours visiting a variety of interesting locations around the harbour and old town. Full instruction will be given on how to get the correct exposure and how to improve your compositions.

The group will be for a maximum of 6 people, to ensure everyone gets the attention they require.

Price £25 a head, please

Richard@rjbphotographic.co.uk to book your place.

Saturday 19th. February 2022

Saturday 26th. February 2022

Essentials
Warm clothing, including hat and gloves

Tripod (Essential as exposure times will be long in the dark conditions)

Torch or head torch

Are you looking to buy a gift for someone, but not sure what they would like?
Why not consider a

for one of our workshops?

We can provide a voucher for any amount, just contact us by email or by phone and we will provide a personalised PDF file for you to email to the recipient.

Feb
27
Sun
2022
Guided Walks
Feb 27 @ 1:16 pm – 2:16 pm
Guided Walks

Walk Information

All walks meet up at 4:30pm for a 5pm start – see venues below….

Dark Skies – Walking in Heartbeat Country

Sunday 20th February | Friday 4th March 2022

Surrounded by high moors and interlaced with cascading streams and waterfalls, Heartbeat Country is a walker’s paradise. You will experience the Mallyan Spout Waterfall, which at over 60 feet, is the tallest waterfall on the North York Moors.

Situated on the popular North York Moors railway line with its magnificent steam engines Goathland station was also used by Warner Brothers as the setting for Hogsmeade Station in Harry Potter and the Philosophers Stone. For over 18 years this moors gem was known to millions has Aidensfield, and makes for one of the most intriguing walking locations within the National Park.

Goathland Walks – we will meet in the car park at the Inn on the Moor YO22 5LZ.

Robin Hoods Bay – A Smugglers Paradise

Friday 18th February | Sunday 6th March

This coastal walk starts and finishes in Robin Hoods Bay the busiest smuggling community on the Yorkshire coastline during the 18th century. With countless tales of thieves, rogues and smugglers, this makes for one of the most intriguing walking locations within the National Park.

For this walk we follow the old railway line towards Whitby before heading back to the Bay along the Cleveland Way, with thunderous waves below and amazing dark skies above, experience this beautiful section of the Yorkshire Heritage Coastline.

Robin Hoods Bay Walks – meet at Station car park YO22 4RE

Sutton Bank – White Horse Circuit

Saturday 19th February 2022

Once described by James Herriot as the finest view in England, what better place to start your dark skies adventure. Heading off across Roulston Scar, where ancient tribes dating back to 400BC roamed this impressive plateau. From the plateau we descend down to the famous White Horse of Kilburn, before heading back up to the top and across to White Mare crag where Sir Harry De Scriven met his fate one stormy night.

Sutton Bank Walks – meet at Sutton Bank Visitors Centre near the café entrance YO7 2EH

The Cistercian Walk – A circular walk from Helmsley to Rievaulx Abbey and back to Helmsley

Friday 25th February 2022

This is a 7 mile circular walk linking ancient monuments set within the beautiful North York Moors. Starting in the charming Yorkshire market town of Helmsley we head off through the grounds of Duncombe Park before picking up the Cleveland Way and heading off towards Rievaulx Abbey, dating back to 1131became the largest and richest Cistercian Abbey in England. We then head back via the Cleveland Way and return to Helmsley.

Helmsley – Rievaulx Walks – meet outside the Black Swan, Helmsley YO62 5BJ

Hole of Horcum – Levisham circular walk

Saturday 26th February | Saturday 5th March 2022

The Hole of Horcum also known as the Devil’s Punchbowl is a spectacular natural amphitheatre scooped out of Levisham Moor. Legend says that the hole was formed when the giant Wade grabbed a handful of earth to throw at his wife Bell.

Reality suggests however that it was created over millennia by glacial meltwater. The path around the hole is on an earthwork dyke, which denotes a prehistoric boundary.

This is an 6 mile (10km) 3.5 hour circular walk that combines the Hole of Horcum/Levisham circular walk. For this walk we meet at the Hole of Horcum carpark situated on the A169.

Hole of Horcum – Meet at Saltergate Car Park, A169, Lockton, Pickering YO18 7NR

Hutton le Hole – Ana Cross – Lastingham circular walk

Sunday 27th February

Hutton le Hole is one of North Yorkshire’s most charming and most visited villages. Stone houses dotted around a village green where sheep graze freely.

Ana Cross or Ainhowe Cross (according to local lore) is a prominent landmark on Spaunton Moor. Made of local sandstone her name refers to the name of the original Anglo-Saxon cross, the head of which lies in the 11th century crypt of St Mary’s church in the nearby village of Lastingham. The original cross was more than 23 feet high, making it the largest known pre-Norman monument in England.

A 7.5 mile (12km) walk of 3-4 hour duration starting from the carpark just on the outskirts of the village on the Lastingham Road.

This walk takes an outward route from Hutton-Le-Hole across Spaunton Moor to Rosedale Chimney Bank Top with absolutely stunning views across Rosedale.

Hutton le Hole – Meet meet in the carpark entrance at postcode: YO62 6UB

Mar
5
Sat
2022
Guided Walks
Mar 5 @ 1:16 pm – 2:16 pm
Guided Walks

Walk Information

All walks meet up at 4:30pm for a 5pm start – see venues below….

Dark Skies – Walking in Heartbeat Country

Sunday 20th February | Friday 4th March 2022

Surrounded by high moors and interlaced with cascading streams and waterfalls, Heartbeat Country is a walker’s paradise. You will experience the Mallyan Spout Waterfall, which at over 60 feet, is the tallest waterfall on the North York Moors.

Situated on the popular North York Moors railway line with its magnificent steam engines Goathland station was also used by Warner Brothers as the setting for Hogsmeade Station in Harry Potter and the Philosophers Stone. For over 18 years this moors gem was known to millions has Aidensfield, and makes for one of the most intriguing walking locations within the National Park.

Goathland Walks – we will meet in the car park at the Inn on the Moor YO22 5LZ.

Robin Hoods Bay – A Smugglers Paradise

Friday 18th February | Sunday 6th March

This coastal walk starts and finishes in Robin Hoods Bay the busiest smuggling community on the Yorkshire coastline during the 18th century. With countless tales of thieves, rogues and smugglers, this makes for one of the most intriguing walking locations within the National Park.

For this walk we follow the old railway line towards Whitby before heading back to the Bay along the Cleveland Way, with thunderous waves below and amazing dark skies above, experience this beautiful section of the Yorkshire Heritage Coastline.

Robin Hoods Bay Walks – meet at Station car park YO22 4RE

Sutton Bank – White Horse Circuit

Saturday 19th February 2022

Once described by James Herriot as the finest view in England, what better place to start your dark skies adventure. Heading off across Roulston Scar, where ancient tribes dating back to 400BC roamed this impressive plateau. From the plateau we descend down to the famous White Horse of Kilburn, before heading back up to the top and across to White Mare crag where Sir Harry De Scriven met his fate one stormy night.

Sutton Bank Walks – meet at Sutton Bank Visitors Centre near the café entrance YO7 2EH

The Cistercian Walk – A circular walk from Helmsley to Rievaulx Abbey and back to Helmsley

Friday 25th February 2022

This is a 7 mile circular walk linking ancient monuments set within the beautiful North York Moors. Starting in the charming Yorkshire market town of Helmsley we head off through the grounds of Duncombe Park before picking up the Cleveland Way and heading off towards Rievaulx Abbey, dating back to 1131became the largest and richest Cistercian Abbey in England. We then head back via the Cleveland Way and return to Helmsley.

Helmsley – Rievaulx Walks – meet outside the Black Swan, Helmsley YO62 5BJ

Hole of Horcum – Levisham circular walk

Saturday 26th February | Saturday 5th March 2022

The Hole of Horcum also known as the Devil’s Punchbowl is a spectacular natural amphitheatre scooped out of Levisham Moor. Legend says that the hole was formed when the giant Wade grabbed a handful of earth to throw at his wife Bell.

Reality suggests however that it was created over millennia by glacial meltwater. The path around the hole is on an earthwork dyke, which denotes a prehistoric boundary.

This is an 6 mile (10km) 3.5 hour circular walk that combines the Hole of Horcum/Levisham circular walk. For this walk we meet at the Hole of Horcum carpark situated on the A169.

Hole of Horcum – Meet at Saltergate Car Park, A169, Lockton, Pickering YO18 7NR

Hutton le Hole – Ana Cross – Lastingham circular walk

Sunday 27th February

Hutton le Hole is one of North Yorkshire’s most charming and most visited villages. Stone houses dotted around a village green where sheep graze freely.

Ana Cross or Ainhowe Cross (according to local lore) is a prominent landmark on Spaunton Moor. Made of local sandstone her name refers to the name of the original Anglo-Saxon cross, the head of which lies in the 11th century crypt of St Mary’s church in the nearby village of Lastingham. The original cross was more than 23 feet high, making it the largest known pre-Norman monument in England.

A 7.5 mile (12km) walk of 3-4 hour duration starting from the carpark just on the outskirts of the village on the Lastingham Road.

This walk takes an outward route from Hutton-Le-Hole across Spaunton Moor to Rosedale Chimney Bank Top with absolutely stunning views across Rosedale.

Hutton le Hole – Meet meet in the carpark entrance at postcode: YO62 6UB

Mar
6
Sun
2022
Guided Walks
Mar 6 @ 1:16 pm – 2:16 pm
Guided Walks

Walk Information

All walks meet up at 4:30pm for a 5pm start – see venues below….

Dark Skies – Walking in Heartbeat Country

Sunday 20th February | Friday 4th March 2022

Surrounded by high moors and interlaced with cascading streams and waterfalls, Heartbeat Country is a walker’s paradise. You will experience the Mallyan Spout Waterfall, which at over 60 feet, is the tallest waterfall on the North York Moors.

Situated on the popular North York Moors railway line with its magnificent steam engines Goathland station was also used by Warner Brothers as the setting for Hogsmeade Station in Harry Potter and the Philosophers Stone. For over 18 years this moors gem was known to millions has Aidensfield, and makes for one of the most intriguing walking locations within the National Park.

Goathland Walks – we will meet in the car park at the Inn on the Moor YO22 5LZ.

Robin Hoods Bay – A Smugglers Paradise

Friday 18th February | Sunday 6th March

This coastal walk starts and finishes in Robin Hoods Bay the busiest smuggling community on the Yorkshire coastline during the 18th century. With countless tales of thieves, rogues and smugglers, this makes for one of the most intriguing walking locations within the National Park.

For this walk we follow the old railway line towards Whitby before heading back to the Bay along the Cleveland Way, with thunderous waves below and amazing dark skies above, experience this beautiful section of the Yorkshire Heritage Coastline.

Robin Hoods Bay Walks – meet at Station car park YO22 4RE

Sutton Bank – White Horse Circuit

Saturday 19th February 2022

Once described by James Herriot as the finest view in England, what better place to start your dark skies adventure. Heading off across Roulston Scar, where ancient tribes dating back to 400BC roamed this impressive plateau. From the plateau we descend down to the famous White Horse of Kilburn, before heading back up to the top and across to White Mare crag where Sir Harry De Scriven met his fate one stormy night.

Sutton Bank Walks – meet at Sutton Bank Visitors Centre near the café entrance YO7 2EH

The Cistercian Walk – A circular walk from Helmsley to Rievaulx Abbey and back to Helmsley

Friday 25th February 2022

This is a 7 mile circular walk linking ancient monuments set within the beautiful North York Moors. Starting in the charming Yorkshire market town of Helmsley we head off through the grounds of Duncombe Park before picking up the Cleveland Way and heading off towards Rievaulx Abbey, dating back to 1131became the largest and richest Cistercian Abbey in England. We then head back via the Cleveland Way and return to Helmsley.

Helmsley – Rievaulx Walks – meet outside the Black Swan, Helmsley YO62 5BJ

Hole of Horcum – Levisham circular walk

Saturday 26th February | Saturday 5th March 2022

The Hole of Horcum also known as the Devil’s Punchbowl is a spectacular natural amphitheatre scooped out of Levisham Moor. Legend says that the hole was formed when the giant Wade grabbed a handful of earth to throw at his wife Bell.

Reality suggests however that it was created over millennia by glacial meltwater. The path around the hole is on an earthwork dyke, which denotes a prehistoric boundary.

This is an 6 mile (10km) 3.5 hour circular walk that combines the Hole of Horcum/Levisham circular walk. For this walk we meet at the Hole of Horcum carpark situated on the A169.

Hole of Horcum – Meet at Saltergate Car Park, A169, Lockton, Pickering YO18 7NR

Hutton le Hole – Ana Cross – Lastingham circular walk

Sunday 27th February

Hutton le Hole is one of North Yorkshire’s most charming and most visited villages. Stone houses dotted around a village green where sheep graze freely.

Ana Cross or Ainhowe Cross (according to local lore) is a prominent landmark on Spaunton Moor. Made of local sandstone her name refers to the name of the original Anglo-Saxon cross, the head of which lies in the 11th century crypt of St Mary’s church in the nearby village of Lastingham. The original cross was more than 23 feet high, making it the largest known pre-Norman monument in England.

A 7.5 mile (12km) walk of 3-4 hour duration starting from the carpark just on the outskirts of the village on the Lastingham Road.

This walk takes an outward route from Hutton-Le-Hole across Spaunton Moor to Rosedale Chimney Bank Top with absolutely stunning views across Rosedale.

Hutton le Hole – Meet meet in the carpark entrance at postcode: YO62 6UB

Sep
10
Sat
2022
Oliver’s Mount Cup
Sep 10 – Sep 11 all-day
Oliver's Mount Cup @ Olivers Mount | England | United Kingdom

Saturday and Sunday 10th and 11th of September, 2022* (TBC check website!)

In 2022, the Gold Cup meeting takes place on Saturday 11th and Sunday 12th September (Check website to confirm). The Gold Cup brings together many of the World’s top road racers to do battle on ‘the Mount’ over two action-packed days of spectacular racing. Expect to see some of the best TT riders in action, including top Irish racers and many more names from the road racing scene.

Tickets are available digitally and will be sent to the email address used when placing your order.

Please ensure that you enter the correct email details when placing your order. You can either print your tickets at home or bring your device to the circuit and show the email upon entry.  If you decide to bring your device on the day then please be aware you will need internet access on your mobile in order to display the email.

If you require printed tickets and do not have an email address, please call the customer service number on 01723 333322

CHILDREN under 16 are FREE (proof of age may be required) and do not require a ticket but must be accompanied by an adult with a valid admission ticket.

ENTRANCE TIMES: The circuit will be open for admission from 1 p.m. on the Friday before the meeting and from 7:30am on Saturday and Sunday, and closes 12 noon on the Monday after the event. High vehicles will need to exit the circuit on Sunday evening due to the Jackson Lane road closure coming into effect again on Sunday night.

CAMPING & MOTORHOMES/CARAVANS: ADVANCE booking is ESSENTIAL for the limited number of pitches which are available from Thursday night to Monday morning. No electric hook-ups are provided. Tent pitches are for one tent accommodating no more than 6 people. All pitches will be marked out with ‘distancing’ gaps and allocated to ticket holders. Entry instructions for Motorhomes will be provided with space allocations. Admission tickets must be purchased separately for each adult for each race day’s attendance.

On entry to the circuit, wristbands are issued to all ticket holders and must be worn at all times whilst at the circuit. Security officials will be checking wristbands during the event. Movement around the circuit may be restricted for distancing reasons but extra crossing points will be opened periodically.

SELECTED TICKET TERMS AND CONDITIONS

• Full Terms and Conditions can be viewed here.

• Tickets are for specific event days. Tickets cannot be refunded unless the event is cancelled or Government regulations cause significant changes to the event.

• Your booking is only confirmed once you receive a written confirmation notice via email or post from Duke.

• Tickets are not eligible for Duke Club points.

 

If you have any questions, or have not received a confirmation, please contact our Customer Service team on (0)330 088 5045