A Treasure Trail is an imaginative way to explore towns, cities & villages across the UK with a self-guided themed walk.
An easy to follow route will enable you to crack the clues whilst taking in some of the most fascinating sights along the way. They tend to be suitable for all ages from 6 – 106 (no children necessary!).
There are Treasure Trails all over the country, specifically 51 in North Yorkshire and 7 in Ryedale. They cost £6.99
Goathland – Legend of the Gytrash starts at the main car park (YO22 5ND) and explores this village known to many as Aidensfield, the location of TV’s Heartbeat.
North York Moors – Hole of Horcum Treasure Trail starts in the village of Sneaton (YO22 5HR), to the south-west of Whitby. The scenic route takes you across valleys and moors, stopping at Falling Foss Waterfall, Littlebeck, the wonderful natural feature of the Hole of Horcum, and Lockton.
Explore Thornton-le-Dale on this self-guided Murder Mystery themed Treasure Trail. The Trail starts in the main car park (YO18 7RW) and leads you around this quaint village with many hidden charms.
Explore the North Yorkshire Moors by train on this self-guided Treasure Hunt themed Treasure Trail.
The Helmsley Treasure Trail starts at the entrance to the main Long Stay car park near the castle (YO62 5AZ), at the start of the Cleveland Way. The route explores the market square and surrounding medieval streets as well as some less frequently visited areas of Helmsley, before finishing back at the castle.
Explore Pickering on this self-guided Spy Mission themed Treasure Trail. The Trail starts at The Ropery car park (YO18 7DP). The route then leads you through the historic town centre and around the castle, before finishing at the station of the North Yorkshire Moors Railway.
The Malton Treasure Trail starts in the centre of Malton, in the Market Place (YO17 7AA) and uncovers the inspiration for Ebenezer Scrooge’s counting house and the delights of The Shambles. The route then leads you out via the site of the castle, with the option to join the riverside path or travel by car to finish in the village of Old Malton.
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