Picture by: Rtr. Aiste Rugeviciute, Rotaract Club of York
North York Moors is a national park in North Yorkshire which is known for its stunning views. It is full of hills and small waterfalls. One of them is Thomson Foss which is 10 feet high and quite close to the small village Goathland. Close to this waterfall there is another one called Mallyan Spout which is famous for being the highest in this region – drop of 60 feet!