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Attractions in Yorkshire And The Humber

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There are plenty of places to see and visit in Yorkshire And The Humber. Whether you love hiking or cycling, Yorkshire And The Humber is a region where 20 hidden gems are waiting to be explored and visited. Check the top places to visit in the region and plan your next adventure today.

The top 20 Attractions in Yorkshire And The Humber

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    1

    Ingleborough

    Hiking Highlight

    The Ingleborough summit richly rewards all those that conquer it with a magnificent panoramic view of Whernside, Pen-y-ghent, Pendle Hill, out into Morecambe Bay and over to the Lakeland hills. …

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    Higger Tor

    Hiking Highlight

    Be sure to take a camera for the views

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    3

    Whernside

    Hiking Highlight

    The highest of Yorkshire’s Three Peaks, Whernside offers wonderful views over the Yorkshire Dales and beyond. On a clear day, and with a pair of binoculars, you can even see …

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    4

    Stoodley Pike

    Hiking Highlight

    Stoodley Pike Monument is a stone obelisk monument erected in 1856 to mark the end of the Crimean War. It sits atop a 1,300 foot (396 meter) hill and commands …

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    5

    Back Tor

    Hiking Highlight

    Standing at 1,765 feet (538 metres) tall, Back Tor marks the highest point on Derwent Edge. As such, you are afforded utterly breathtaking views over the Peak District from this …

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    Carl Wark

    Hiking Highlight

    Quite boggy in places but worth it for the views

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    Anton
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    Pen-y-Ghent

    Hiking Highlight

    Great starter mountain to get you used to the opportunities out there in the rest of the Dales, good tracks, steep in some parts, and a good beginners scramble up …

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    Tom
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    The Blue Steel

    Mountain Biking Highlight (Segment)

    Tight fast trail with twists and turns through berms and rollers. A great opportunity for you to pump your way along a relatively smooth surface. Good for both beginners and intermediate.

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    Kelly
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    Houndkirk Road

    Mountain Biking Highlight (Segment)

    Great moorland road. Ideal for riders of any ability as it is wide and generally flat (given its location). However if you are more experienced there are some excellent sections …

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    10

    Roseberry Topping

    Hiking Highlight

    Roseberry Topping erupts proudly from the level landscape of the North York Moors; its dramatic shape inspiring many photographers and painters. It is a relatively challenging, but manageable, hike to …

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    11

    Conisbrough Viaduct

    Bike Touring Highlight

    With 21 arches and 465 metres in length, the Conisbrough Viaduct is an impressive structure. Opened in 1909, the viaduct was used predominately by various railway companies until 2001. In …

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    Amy
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    12

    Humber Bridge

    Bike Touring Highlight

    The Humber Bridge is one of the longest suspension bridges in the world. With a total length of 2220 meters, it spans the Humber. The center span between the columns …

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    13

    Holme Moss

    Road Cycling Highlight

    More like a long drag of a French alpine climb, this one makes no secret of its length, as right from the outset you'll be able to spot the ever …

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    14

    Buttertubs Pass

    Road Cycling Highlight

    Also known as the ‘Cote de Buttertubs’ if you were watching the 2014 Tour. Don’t let its cutesy name fool you – this 4.5km ascent touches 17% in parts

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    Dalby Forest MTB Trails

    Mountain Biking Highlight

    Dalby is great for a longer ride on a trail centre red. Not as technical as other UK reds but still provides a challenge. If you start at dixons hollow …

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    Ned
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    16

    Captain Cook's Monument

    Hiking Highlight

    At the 1,063 feet (324 metre) peak of Easby Moor, you will find a monument to legendary seafarer Captain James Cook. As you hike in this area, imagine a young …

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    17

    Fleet Moss

    Road Cycling Highlight

    Unbelievably steep near the top (starting from Hawes)

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    Tom
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    18

    Malham Cove

    Hiking Highlight

    The 230 feet (70 metre) high, the gently curving cliff of Malham Cove will take your breath away. A spectacular geological formation in its own right, the views you are …

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    19

    Hebden Suspension Bridge

    Hiking Highlight

    Hebden Suspension Bridge was built built by local blacksmith William Bell and opened in September, 1885. The bridge rocks a little as you walk over it, and is quite narrow, resulting in a fun crossing of the River Wharfe.

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    Cragg Vale - England's Longest Climb

    Road Cycling Highlight (Segment)

    At around 5.4 miles and at an average gradient of 3%, Cragg Vale is England's longest climb. Although not particularly steep (maxing out at around 10% and not for very long), it is worth a look.

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