Flamborough Head is one of the most spectacular areas of chalk cliffs in Britain, standing 400 feet high. The cliffs are home to a large colony of nesting sea birds.Join presenter Paul Hudson for a web chat.
Spurn Point is a coastal feature which is constantly evolving.
Malham's limestone scenery features crags, cliffs and scars.
Hornsea Mere is the largest freshwater lake in Yorkshire.
The Moors are Britain's largest peak bogs.
The Wash, the biggest bay in England, boasts important wetlands.
The Three Peaks boast spectacular mountain scenery in Yorkshire.
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