The activities in York cover all aspects, fun, leisure, adventure, indoor, outdoor all in a group environment for both singles and couples. Whether you are cycling to work, school, or just for leisure, getting around York by bike is easy. Experience thrilling activities on land and in the air. Bring your sense of adventure, and swing through the trees, glide through the air, climb a rock, pick up bushcraft skills or maybe even try a bit of husky mushing!
Go for a stroll, surf the waves, climb a cliff, catch a fish, go for a ride, or maybe a paddle, fancy a dip, hit a round, take to the skies in York. You’ll find everything from walking breaks to watersports, wildlife watching, favourite fishing spots, golf courses, cycle hire and cycling breaks, horse riding and, for rainy days, leisure centres and swimming pools. And for a sunny day, there's even a heated outdoor pool, not to mention the seaside and superb beaches too!
Boating and Cruises
The city of York owes its existence to the rivers. Escape the city rush and admire the scenery from the comfort of a Yorkboat. Escape the hustle and bustle of the City and relax...
Yorkshire is certainly the biggest of the six areas in the north of England in size and as well with golf courses. There are around 190 courses located within its borders.
Kayaking and Canoeing
Discover secret places on the Yorkshire Coast only accessible by kayak, just begging to be explored. Ride the tidal waves, take a sunset paddle or sleep under the stars on an...
If you're already a climber, there are a number of excellent crags, mostly sandstone but also a couple of limestone options in the York climbing clubs. Many are on private land...
Sports and Fitness Clubs
York hosts the UK Snooker Championship, which is the second biggest ranking tournament in the sport, at the York Barbican Centre. The most notable sportsmen to come from York...
There's so much to do for kids in York. If you are looking for world-class museums and attractions, York is the right place. From trains to dinosaurs, Romans to Vikings, and Victorians...
Walking through the streets of York is like taking a tour through the history of England. The Romans, Anglo-Saxons, Vikings, and Normans all remade the city to their own purposes.