The North York Morks is a national park, located in northeastern England, along the Northsea coast. It is one of the largest expances of open heather moorland in the UK. There are a great many footpaths and rights of way in the park. The well known Coast to Coast walk goes through the heart of the moors. The Cleveland way touches the northern edge of the area.
A popular challenge is the Lyke Wake Walk, a complete crossing of the North Yorkshire moors over a length of 40 miles in less than 24 hours.