From the towering chalk cliffs of Flamborough to the sinuous curve of Spurn Point, then west to lakes of North Cave and the reedbeds of the Ouse - Yorkshire's Nature Triangle is a magical place for any wildlife enthusiast.

Broadly speaking there are five different regions to the Triangle, which roughly follows the boundary of the historic county of the East Riding of Yorkshire.  Each region differs in the landscapes and habitats available, and all offering their own unique wildlife spectacles. But there's no reason to restrict your visit to one region - take a look at the map below to explore the highlights.

Click on the expand symbol in the top left corner of the map below to view nature reserves, wildlife activities, places to stay and eat and more. If you want to se this map in a new window, click on the rectangular expand symbol in the top right hand corner.

 

 

 

Hints for using the Interactive Map

Click on the 'expand' icon at the top left of the map and select what you are interested in - you can view wildlife sites, accomodation providers along with restaurants and tea rooms.

Click on the individual map pins to find out more about that point.

You can click on the 'see larger map' icon in the top right corner of the map to open the map in Google Maps. This will allow you to measure the distances between points on the map and to calculate travel times.

 

 

Where to stay

Our Yorkshire Nature Triangle Business Partners have all agreed to abide by a set of guidelines that are intended to help you, the visitor or local resident alike, to enjoy your visit and make the most of our magnificent wildlife here.

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'Triangle Highlight' Nature Reserve

 

Nature Reserve                                                       

 

Wildlife Activity - Spurn Safaris, boat trips, wildlife art and more!

 

Wild Day Out - suggested day long car routes

 

Yorkshire Nature Triangle Partner