Welcome to all who love the North York Moors! 

From moorland wilderness to stunning green valleys and dramatic coastline, the North York Moors National Park is a source of inspiration and recreation for millions of people.  
 
The North Yorkshire Moors Association (NYMA) works to conserve and enhance the landscapes, biodiversity and cultural heritage of the Moors and surrounding areas. As an independent charity, we campaign for this unique place to be safeguarded.  
 
With England's largest expanse of heather moorland, its glorious 'purple acres' are special to everyone who lives in or visits the Moors. Our programme of campaigns, walks, events and volunteering gives everyone a chance to get involved.  
 
Walks & Events 
 
Mon 16 October: Rievaulx and Old Byland. 5-mile walk along part of the Cleveland Way to Old Byland, returning via historic Bow Bridge. 
 
Sun 29 October: Mulgrave Woods. Circular walk through Mulgrave Woods including the Norman remains of the second Mulgrave Castle. Legend has it that the first castle was founded by the 6th century ruler Wada! 
 
Sat 25 November: Whorlton Moor. 6.5 mile walk from Cod Beck Reservoir. Moorland and stoned tracks with one gradual ascent at start followed by mainly level terrain. 
 
For details of walks and visits, click here 
 
 
NYMA is a Charitable Incorporated Organisation, registration no. 1169240.