Think you know the Yorkshire Coast? Think again. Route YC, a new collection of six, adventurous visitor routes, have been unveiled to encourage more tourists to the region and inspire a different kind of trip. The routes enable visitors to experience the real, unfiltered Yorkshire Coast and unearth some of the best off-the-beaten-track sights and areas.
Route YC gives thrill seekers the chance to build personalised itineraries and scope out obscure places to visit along Yorkshire’s vast stretch of breathtaking coastline. Intrepid travellers can specify what they’d like to see and do and the type of experience they want from one of the six defined routes. Or they can choose from the suggested itineraries for three-, five-, and seven-day breaks, with the Route YC website linking visitors directly to local hotels, restaurants and attractions.
Whether it’s an alternative adventure, a quirky couple’s retreat or an action-packed trek with a four-legged friend, Route YC inspires people to encounter the coast in their own way, with walking, hiking and cycling tracks mapped out on the six routes.
The Yorkshire Coast offers a whole host of awe-inspiring scenery with towering cliffs, sandy beaches and mystical forests and a treasure trove of culinary delights with world famous fish and chips and some of the freshest seafood around, a little known fact that Yorkshire’s very own Bridlington is the lobster capital of Europe!
From Staithe’s cosy coves rich in smuggling tales, to the utterly wild wildlife safari at Spurn Point, and everywhere in between, Route YC takes you on an unforgettable journey where no two visits are ever the same. Better still, all this wonder and exploration comes with a famous Yorkshire welcome as well, with hundreds of businesses signed up to make your stay truly unforgettable.