Transportation

Train in Yorkshire Dales National Park

Settle–Carlisle Line

The 72-mile Settle–Carlisle Line, built between 1869 and 1875, offers one of England's most scenic railway journeys. Modern diesel trains ply the route between Leeds and Carlisle via Settle about eight times per day…
Bicycle Rental in York

Cycle Heaven

You can rent standard bikes and hybrids from Cycle Heaven at the train station. Longer rentals are available if you plan to tackle a route like Coast to Coast, costing about £100 for two weeks.
Airport in Leeds

Leeds Bradford International Airport

Eleven miles northwest of the city via the A65, Leeds Bradford International Airport has flights to a range of domestic and international destinations. The Flying Tiger 757 bus (£3.80, 40 minutes, every 20 to 30 min…
Bus in North York Moors National Park

Moors Explorer

The Moors Explorer service runs from Hull to the Moors National Park Centre in Danby, via Beverley, Malton, Pickering and Hutton-le-Hole, with a shuttle between Danby and Pickering. You can also download the EYMS ap…
Funicular in Scarborough

Spa Cliff Lift

Connects the Esplanade (opposite Prince of Wales Sq) with Scarborough Spa. Check the website for opening hours.
Funicular in Scarborough

Central Tramway

Runs between the Grand Hotel and the promenade along Foreshore Rd; payment is taken at the top.
Taxi in Robin Hood's Bay

Bay Private Hire

A local taxi firm running between Whitby and Robin Hood's Bay (£12).
Bus Station in Whitby

Bus Station

Outside Whitby's train station.
Bus Station in Leeds

Central Bus Station

Bus in West Yorkshire

West Yorkshire Metro