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Wednesday, 20 March 2013

Ticket to ride — Moorsbus hits the road for start of the new season

Folks keen to see the beautiful North Yorkshire Moors National Park the greener way will be glad to know that the Moorsbus timetable resumes on Sunday (24 March).

Catch the bus and catch the scenery. Photo by Mike Kipling.

The Moorsbus — the national park's own network — runs on Sundays and Bank Holidays until 27 October including Good Friday and Easter Saturday.

A spokesperson said: "It's a great way to explore the North York Moors.

"Our team of drivers and co-ordinators are happy to help visitors plan their day out and our new timetable shows you just how easy it is to travel throughout the North York Moors by bus."

RIGHT TO THE HEART
With buses from York, Hull, Malton, Scarborough, Middlesbrough, Thirsk and Northallerton, visitors can travel from all the major towns and cities in the area right to the heart of the attraction,

All day travel costs £6 for a ticket in the Moors area, or £9 for those travelling from further afield.

National park staff particularly recommend visiting the famous Farndale daffodils by parking at their Hutton-le-Hole car park and catching the shuttle bus which costs £3 or is free with an all-day ticket, and which runs approximately every 20 minutes into the heart of the dale. Farndale buses run from Sunday 24 March to 14 April and all Easter weekend. 

Further information: www.northyorkmoors.org.uk/moorsbus or phone 01845 597000.

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