They don't call Yorkshire God's Own County for nothing. There's something here for every outdoor enthusiast - from hillwalks and cycle routes to running trails and triathlons.
The limestone landscape of the Yorkshire Dales, magical moorlands of the North York Moors and rugged Pennine hills are rightly recognised among England's finest walking destinations, and the iconic Yorkshire Three Peaks Challenge attracts thousands of hikers each year.
The 2014 Tour de France Grand Depart really put Yorkshire on the map as a world-class cycling destination, and that legacy continues today with the home-grown Tour de Yorkshire keeping the spirt of the tour alive for pros and amateur riders alike.
But you don't need to be a hardcore hiker or elite cyclist to enjoy Yorkshire's vibrant outdoor scene. You can climb at Malham Cove, surf on the coast, kayak white-water rapids, explore underground caves and even try one of Britain's first ever via ferrata courses at How Stean Gorge.
Urban adventurers will find plenty to excite them in the vibrant cities and towns of Leeds, Sheffield, York, Harrogate and Skipton - with 10K runs, charity walks and half marathons becoming regular events throughout the county.
Use the links below and the 'Events', 'Challenges' and 'Trips' tabs above to find your perfect adventure in a county overflowing with outdoor activities.