Moorlands

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Moorlands: Amongst the forest trees of oak, beech, birch, sycamore, Norway maple, lime, chestnut, rowan, cherry and unusual species tulip tree and acers; there are conifers such as spruces, firs, pines, larch and hemlocks. In spring and early summer there are daffodils and narcissi and a variety of azaleas and rhododendrons.

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From York:
Take the A19 Thirsk road for about three-and-a-half miles to Skelton. Turn right off the A19, continue through the village and the reserve is another two miles further on, on the left. Parking is allowed on the verge near the entrance gate.

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