5 ways to experience the high points of Yorkshire
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Clifftops, hill summits and waterfalls, Yorkshire has plenty to discover for those with a head for heights.
Take it to the top at Brimham Rocks
The Biological Site of Specific Scientific Interest is a place like no other, and the views from the top are second to none.
Spot seabirds at Bempton Cliffs
One of the UK’s top wildlife spectacles, particularly when half a million seabirds gather, there’s an awful lot to discover from the high viewpoints.
Pull a pint at the highest pub in England
The Tan Hill Inn is the highest pub in the British Isles and has become somewhat famous for people getting snowed in for a lock-in at the isolated location.
Climb the heights at Dalby Forest
Trek along the treeline to the dizzying heights of the Yorkshire forest, and muster up your courage on the high ropes at Go Ape.
See the power of nature at Hardraw Force
Look on in awe at England`s largest single drop waterfall, a reputed 100 foot drop and then head for a Yorkshire pint at the historic Green Dragon Inn.