Walk through the gardens at Beningbrough and look out for 14 owl sculptures in our Oh Wise Owl art trail. Inside the stable block there's more owl artwork on the walls of the hayloft. The parkland is open for winter walks too, as well as the restaurant and shop.
The rock formations at Brimham stand out in the winter more than at any other time of year. Look out for the anvil, castle rock and flowerpot rock as you take a walk through the rocks and the open moorland. The views of the surrounding countryside are pretty spectacular too.
The wooded valley of Hardcastle Crags is stripped of greenery at this time of year, but that makes it no less beautiful to walk through. Look out for frost flowers forming on an early morning walk and call into Gibson Mill for a warming hot drink.
There's plenty of walks to enjoy across the Yorkshire Dales. walk around Malham Tarn or head to Janet's Foss to see the waterfall flowing. In Upper Wharfedale walk to the top of Buckden Pike for lungfulls of fresh air.
Walk (or run!) up Roseberry Topping this winter. On the edge of the North York Moors, when you reach the summit, you'll be rewarded with views of the Yorkshire coastline, north Yorkshire countryside and industrial Teesside.
In winter Marsden Moor can be a bleak place for walking, but it also offers some of the most incredible views of the west Yorkshire countryside. Download a walk to explore and keep an eye out for mountain hares with their white winter coats.
Looking for a New Year challenge? There are lots of ways to get active with us in Yorkshire this January. For a breath of fresh air and some gentle exercise, come for a walk on a crisp winter's day. if you're looking for something a little more active, join a weekly parkrun or one of two night runs happening this month.