Each month Internet Geography will be encouraging you to get outdoors and visit a location of geographical interest. Your challenge is to visit each featured location at some point during the year. We’d love to see some selfies of you at each of the locations. Tweet your images to @internetgeog using the #getoutdoors. We look forward to seeing you outdoors!
This month our Get Outdoors challenge is to visit Malham in the Yorkshire Dales. Make sure you visit Malham Cove and the limestone pavement. If you have time there is a great circular route from Goredale Scar to Malham Tarn then to Malham Cove and back to Goredale Scar via Malham.
Your first Get Outdoors challenge is to visit Spurn Point, the most southerly point on the Holderness Coast, Yorkshire. The Yorkshire Wildlife Trust has recently opened a new visitor centre at Spurn which is well worth a visit. You can also visit the newly opened lighthouse (Friday-Sunday and Bank Holidays) and take part in a Spurn Safari. Find out more about visiting Spurn including tidal information, essential for planning your trip to avoid being trapped on Yorkshires newest island, here.
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