A Visit to the Tan Hill Inn, Britain’s highest Pub

During my visit back in the summer to my home county of Yorkshire (for which i was based in Osmotherley, a beautiful little village on the western end of the North Yorkshire Moors National Park), I had a ride up to The Tan Hill Pub, famous for being the highest pub in Britain. It sits on top of the pennines and has its own Snow-Plough/SnoCat as it regularly gets snowed in. Its a great place to visit especially on a sunny day. A favourite with cyclists, Bikers, Cars and walkers. As you’d expect, it has its own website .

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After a brief stop and cold pint, I had a ride over the moor to Hawes, via Buttertub Pass – recommended by a couple of fellow motorcyclists I had chatted to while there. one word sums it up – AWESOME. I saw a number of motorbikes even mid week as my visit was. I have a video of the trip onĀ Youtube.

The scenery was brilliant and the traffic light – well worth a visit. Thanks for reading.

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