From the sandy beaches to rolling hills, Yorkshire has scenic views everywhere you turn. The countryside attracts locals and tourists alike including the Yorkshire blogger Ellen, from Adventures with Nell, who writes about food, travel and general adventures. Ellen shares with us the reasons why she loves Yorkshire: “Firstly, the countryside. With the Yorkshire Dales, the North York Moors and the Peak District, if you like beautiful scenery and the great outdoors it’s hard to beat Yorkshire! One of my favourite walks is Malham Cove and Gordale Scar, be sure to spend a day here if you’re in the area.”
Susanna from A Yorkshire Girl continues: “Let’s not forget that Yorkshire also has two impressive National Parks, the gently undulating hills of the Yorkshire Dales and the rugged, heather-covered North Yorkshire Moors.”
When exploring the beautiful Yorkshire Dales, you’ll have a whole bunch of attractions to choose from, including stunning waterfalls, mysterious caves and some of Yorkshire’s tranquil lakes. Jo from Jo Blogs, a Leeds based copywriter and lifestyle blogger, tells us: “If you're visiting Yorkshire, you'll love the beauty of the countryside and its stunning scenery. You can feel away from it all if you're tucked away in the hills or enjoying the cliff-top views by the sea.
“There are loads of attractions to visit too, such as Whitby Abbey, RHS Harlow Carr, Harewood House, Forbidden Corner, Bolton Abbey and Malham Cove, which was used in Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows.”
Lucy from Harrogate Mama, a blog for family life and happenings around Harrogate, shares her reasons for loving Yorkshire life: “It’s is the perfect place to raise a family with so much natural beauty, space and fresh air on your doorstep from a day trip to the bracing coastline to a step back in time in historic cities like York, you’re never short of things to do.”
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