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Hike The Yorkshire Three Peaks The Yorkshire Three Peaks Challenge takes on the peaks of Pen-y-ghent, Whernside and Ingleborough, usually in this order, and in under 12 hours. These peaks form part of the Pennine range, and encircle the head of the valley of the River Ribble, in the Yorkshire Dales National Park.
Take a walking photography tour Pick up new skills and get fitter on a walking photography tour led by award-winning photographer Rich Bunce. Walks take place around Ilkley and in the Yorkshire Dales
Kayak the Leeds-Liverpool Canal The Leeds-Liverpool Canal was once one of the main arteries that gave life to the Industrial Revolution. Some 200 years since it was first built, it now links gritty northern towns with glorious countryside and provides an ideal place for kayaking.
Cable waterskiing in Sheffield Yorkshire’s full of surprises and here’s another…. cable waterskiing in Sheffield. Cable waterskiing is the latest extreme sport craze and the picturesque Rother Valley Country Park is home to a lake boasting sorts of obstacles, as well as a Total Wipeout-style Aqua Park.
Dive into Sheffield’s Aqua Park Take on the challenge of Sheffield Cable Waterski’s Aqua Park in the Rother Valley Country Park just outside Sheffield. Bounce, jump, slide and swim your way around the inflatable obstacles in Total Wipeout style.
Cook at Carlton Towers If you want to pick up tips from the masters, then learn to cook at Carlton Towers, the Downton Abbey-style stately home of the Duke of Norfolk and his family and set just outside Selby in North Yorkshire.
York's Chocolate Story York’s Chocolate Story is a fantastic day out located in the centre of the historic city of York. The guided tour is interesting, interactive and tasty – perfect for the little ones.
A brewery tour of York Take in a brewery tour of York and its surrounds with the fabulous outings led by Mark Stredwick of Brewtown Tours, one of Yorkshire’s stellar new openings in 2017
Eureka! National Kids' Museum Let the kids find a fascinating new world of discovery at Eureka! The National Children’s Museum. Aimed at children 0-11, nothing is behind a glass cabinet and all displays are super interactive.
Seek out William's Den Head out on the M62 outside Hull to discover William’s Den, a new indoor-outdoor play barn and play area in North Cave, Brough, East Yorkshire
Calendar Girls Trike Tour Head out on a Calendar Girls trike tour with the fabulous team at Yorkshire Trike Tours to see the best of the Yorkshire Dales and filming locations from the iconic film all on one thrilling tour.
Quad biking at Camp Hill

Bedale’s Camp Hill Estate is the perfect location for quad biking in Yorkshire. Zoom around the forests and splash through mud with the estate’s fab adventure team on hand to make sure everything goes smoothly.

Bouldering at Brimham Rocks Mysterious Brimham Rocks in North Yorkshire make for a great day out. You can scramble around the 30 ft rocks, take part in bouldering or climbing, or simply have a picnic. It’s free entry too!
Climbing and abseiling on Ilkley Moor Head to the famed Cow and Calf rocks for a spot of climbing and abseiling on Ilkley Moor with the very fabulous Lost Earth Adventures team
Yorkshire Marathon Since the inaugural race in 2013, the Plusnet Yorkshire Marathon, ran through York and the Yorkshire Wolds, has quickly become a highlight of the county’s sporting calendar.
Cycle the North York Moors Cycle the North York Moors with the excellent team from Cycling Tours of Yorkshire, headed up by expert guide and company owner Andrea Wood. See, some of the most beautifully rugged countryside in Britain…
Caving in Settle The Yorkshire Dales are underlain with limestone, meaning the area is full of cave systems and potholes. Some of the best caving is around Settle and there’s no better company to get you going underground than the good folk at Yorkshire Dales Guides, led by Dave and Pam.
Private Walking Tour of York Take a private walking tour of York with expert Blue Badge Guide Tim Barber of Real Yorkshire Tours.
Fossil hunting in Whitby Team up with Real Yorkshire Tours’ Blue Badge guide Tim Barber and head to Yorkshire’s Jurassic Coast for a fabulous day’s fossil hunting in Whitby.