150 years ago many parts of the North York Moors looked very different from the present day: the valleys and hills were filled with fire, smoke and noise as they helped fuel the industrial revolution. A short but intense period of ironstone mining and railway construction left a huge impact on the landscape and its […]
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Helmsley Archaeological and Historical Society continues its summer programme on Saturday July 9 with a conducted walk on Rosedale East Side to view remains of ironstone mines and calcining kilns, lead by Patrick and Linda Chambers from the Rosedale History Society. The meeting point is Updale Reading Room, opposite row of cottages named School Row, […]
Rosedale Abbey’s small but perfectly formed walking festival returns this year on the weekend on June 24 and 25, with four walks on each day. Saturday has two outings for Nordic walkers, one for those experienced in this form of walking with poles, and one for those who would like to give it a try […]
Small but perfectly formed, the Rosedale Walking Festival returns for the third year, on the weekend of June 13 – 14. This festival, which has just six walks, three on each day, manages to use its beautiful location to great effect. Walks don’t just go from A to B, but explore local history, wildlife, and […]
Striking land art has been created in the North York Moors village of Rosedale to greet cyclists and spectators on the first stage of the much anticipated Tour de Yorkshire on 1 May 2015. Depicting a cyclist racing away from the words ‘North York Moors’, the giant painting is positioned on a hillside adjacent to […]
Walkers can just turn up on the day but numbers are limited. To secure a place by advance purchase you can call 01751 417505 or email firstname.lastname@example.org. There are six walks over the two days. You can find the details here. On Saturday the Tea Shop Walk offers an easy to moderate walk with two […]
A small walking festival centred on lovely Rosedale Abbey should tempt you to get your boots on, with something for everyone. Just seven walks over the weekend of 14th – 15th June 2014 offer distances from 11 miles down to just one for ‘Little Boots’, based on trail booklets devised by pupils from the village […]
Small but perfectly formed, as the saying goes, the first Rosedale Walking Festival, on the weekend of September 14 and 15, offers just four walks but they cater for a range of abilities and interests, and showcase some of the best features of this lovely dale. On the Saturday, a wildlife walk of four miles […]
Have you seen carpets of wild daffodils in Rosedale? If so, the North York Moors National Park Authority would like to hear from you. The wild Farndale daffodils in the National Park are well-known but there is also an impressive display of wild daffodils in Rosedale. The Authority is keen to establish just how big […]
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