Mountain Biking at YHA Dalby Forest
Mountain Biking in Dalby Forest is a must for biking enthusiasts, with over 40 miles of man made trails at your wheels. If you're a novice rider try one of the easier green trails over mostly surfaced tracks. There's even a black trail for the most experience mountain biker with large steps and prolonged steep climbs and descents. There really is a route for everyone to enjoy.
Other things to do nearby
The National Park has over 1400 miles of cycle ways for you to discover. Get out and about on your bike and enjoy the landscape.
Walk around the picturesque Hole of Horcum in the North York Moors. Lockton is the start of the 5.6 mile Bride Stones walk, taking in some of the Moors famous geological features.
Get on your bike and head to Dalby Forest, a must for mountain biking enthusiasts with over 40 miles of man made trails for you to explore.
Get out and about on your bike and enjoy the landscape. Try Dalby Forest, 20 miles from Whitby, where you can explore an exhilarating 40 miles of mountain bike trails.
2 miles Explore lovely waymarked walks and cycle routes through the beautiful wooded landscape, or try orienteering - fun for all. Visit the website
Grab some friends for an exhilarating day out swinging through the trees and flying long zip wires in the heart of Dalby Forest.
Step back in time with magnificent steam engines and beautiful rural stations. The railway is lovingly preserved and charmingly authentic.
One of the county's top theme parks, with rides for all of the family, including Mumbo Jumbo, which has the steepest drop in the world. Visit the website
0.5 miles Step back in time with magnificent steam engines and beautiful rural stations. The railway is lovingly preserved and charmingly authentic. Visit the website
The NYMR is the nation’s premiere heritage railway running for 24 miles through the North York Moors National Park between Pickering and Whitby, with a full calendar of special events, including the v
Explore the displays that brings to life the lives of ordinary people from pre-historic times to the present day.
A modern history themed museum in the grounds of an original WWII prisoner of war camp.
Step out of your room and into the sea and more importantly, you can then step out of the sea into a lovely hot shower!
Take a leisurely cycle along the National Cycle Route 1 or the North Sea trail which starts 10 minutes away from the hostel.
The disused railway line (National cycle route 1 - North Sea trail) offers easy, family friendly and car free cycling, all within 10 minutes of the hostel.
Try rock pooling, fossil hunting and playing on the beach making sandcastles, all a stone's throw from the hostel.