The North York Moors National Park has revealed that its Moors Bus service is to offer new routes to travellers.
From March 28th a number of new routes will take people from towns and cities around the county to places in the national park, where visitors may take their fishing rods
, go walking
or put on their climbing shoes
and take on a cliff.
The service is also being given a new image and will continue to run from places like York, Hull, Scarborough, Middlesbrough and Darlington, taking people from the busy town to the unspoilt countryside.
Those living in Middlesbrough may wish to stock up on gear at the Go Outdoors store in Stockton-on-Tees before hopping on the bus.
North York Moors National Park Authority transport project officer Janet Armstrong said: "Moorsbus is a low-cost, hassle free way to see the North York Moors National Park and last year saw a passenger increase of 20 per cent."
Given national park status in 1952, the North York Moors covers 1,434 hectares.
Posted by Dan Mirza