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An amazing place near the city where you can hide from the crowd during lockdown

With coronavirus lockdown measures slowly being eased across the country, people are eager to get a holiday nearby since we are still in the middle of a pandemic.

However, you don’t have to travel far to find a hidden beauty spot near Leeds, which is just 25 miles away from our city.

Barden Moor, near Skipton, may be a little remote, but the hour-long journey is well worth it.

Unfortunately, because it’s placed deep into the countryside, it means those who want to visit would have to drive since there is no direct route on public transport.

However, it might mean you can put plans for a foreign getaway on the back burner and this could be another reason for you to explore the idyllic area, which has more than six miles of open space.

The moor also has free car parking on Barden Road making it ideal for visitors who wish to explore and as you walk around, you can expect to see a wide range of wildlife including grouse and geese as they stroll around.

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