Fryup Dale And Esk Valley
A late summers Yorkshire Moors landscape. Amongst the purple heather and reeds, looking across the Esk Valley onto the borders of Danby and Lealholm with Oakley Walls on the ridge. As the sun sets on this famous national park in the heart of the moors, a short drive from the coastal town of Whitby. Fryup Dale gain its name originates from the Norse settlers over a thousand years ago who named this it Freya’s Valley, the Norse goddess for love, destiny and beauty. The Norsemen who settled here were naturally with the Yorkshire landscape naming the near by hill of Roseberry Topping Odin’s Hill.