Moorsbus CIC and Friends of Moorsbus have a collection of walks in the North York Moors that are all accessible by bus. Their aim is to encourage people to leave the car at home and so reduce traffic congestion in the National Park, and to improve access for those who don't drive – as well as providing a boost for rural bus services.
We are very excited to link up with Good Journey, a new initiative to encourage and support the use of public transport to attractions and activities across the UK. Nat Taplin, the director of Good Journey, tells us more about what they’re doing.
We were delighted to feature a blog post from Geoff Allan, author of the superb new book, ‘The Scottish Bothy Bible’, earlier this autumn. Geoff picked out one of his favourite spots for us, a remote spot deep in the West Highlands.