Kayak the North York Moors Coast with the National Trust

North York Moors, North Yorkshire

Paddle a sea kayak from Boggle Hole to Ravenscar to see the North York Moors’ Coast from a different perspective.

Seals and sea birds rule the roost along the rugged coast between Robin Hood’s Bay and Ravenscar – but you can join them on a wet-and-wild adventure holiday with the National Trust, followed by a night in a cosy village pub or B&B.

Your outdoor adventure starts straight from Boggle Hole beach, whose rock pools reveal molluscs and crabs, but from then on the wildlife only gets bigger – and you’re as close as can be in your wave-riding sea kayak. Later, grab dinner and a drink in a harbourside pub, and watch the stars come out over the old smugglers’ village of Robin Hood’s Bay. The next day, you can admire the North York Moors Coast again – from the Cleveland Way National Trail, looking down on the waters you kayaked the day before.

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SSeak Kayaking off the North York Moors Coast
RRobin Hood's Bay © Fridge Productions (Limited)/NYMNPA
SSeal on rock © NYMNPA
VView over Robin Hood's Bay from Ravenscar on the Cleveland Way © Mike Kipling/NYMNPA
OOystercatchers in Robin Hood's Bay © Paul Harris/NYMNPA
TTwo people kayaking across Robin Hood's Bay © National Trust - Zoe Frank
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