Highland cattle. North York Moors NP, Robin Hood's Bay, North Sea. England, UK, Europe.
First mentioned in the 500s AD, Highland cattle (Scots: Heilan coo, slang: curly coo) have long horns and long wavy coats and are primarily for meat. They originated in the Highlands and Western Isles of Scotland. Today we toured North York Moors National Park from Grosmont to Robin Hood's Bay on foot and via van, plus Whitby on the Esk River, in North Yorkshire county, England, United Kingdom, Europe. England Coast to Coast hike with Wilderness Travel, day 13 of 14. We walked a rural path through bracken, purple blooming heather moors, and farmland before descending cliffs to the beach and village of Robin Hood's Bay. [This image, commissioned by Wilderness Travel, is not available to any other agency providing group travel in the UK, but may otherwise be licensable from Tom Dempsey – please inquire at PhotoSeek.com.]Add to Cart Add to Lightbox Download