As the Great Outdoors goes, the Yorkshire Coast really is great. It's full of cool creatures and fantastic adventures. The National Trust has tracked down 50 of the best outdoor things to do before you're 11 ¾ and there's loads of them you can do here.
Our guide to doing the 50 things on the Yorkshire CoastFor tips on how to get better at these adventures, play a few games and find out how to win a special explorer medal check out our new 50 things website.So what are you waiting for? Get out there and start ticking the 50 things off. It sounds like so much fun even our Ranger team are having a go.
No 1. Climb a treeHayburn Wyke is our top spot for tree climbing on the Yorkshire Coast. Try to find a tree with big sturdy braches and get climbing.
No 2. Roll down a really big hillFind a nice grassy slope to roll down like Kate did. It's best to avoid places with thistles and nettles growing.
No 5. Skim a stoneChris is our expert stone skimmer. He recommends heading to the beach on a day when the waves aren't too big so you can get lots of bounces.
No 12. Hunt for treasure on the beachChris might not have the best treasure hunting technique. Try looking in the strand line to see what you can find.
No 17. Set up a snail raceLook under stones and logs to find your champion racing snails. Make sure you give them plenty of encouragement once they're off.
No 18. Balance on a fallen treeFind a nice big fallen tree like Gareth and see how long you can keep your balance for.
No 22. Take a look inside a treeThere could be all sort of exciting creepy crawlies in a hollow tree. Just take a peek and see what you can find.
No 23. Visit an islandThere aren't too many islands on the Yorkshire Coast, so you might have to use your imagination like Kate did.
No 24. Feel like you're flying in the windThe Yorkshire Coast has some of the highest sea cliffs in England so there's always plenty of wind about. Don't fly too close to the edge though.
No 25. Make a grass trumpetIt's easy to make a grass trumpet. All you need is a nice big blade of grass and plenty of puff.
- The Yorkshire Coast is famous for its fossils. It's not too hard to find fossil remains on the beaches all the way along the coast, but our favourite spot for a good hunt is Port Mulgrave.
No 29. Get behind a waterfallHayburn Wyke is well known for its waterfall. You might have to be prepared to get a bit wet if you want to try and get behind it though.
- There are loads of great places to go rock pooling on the Yorkshire Coast. Try Robin Hood's Bay, Saltburn or Boggle Hole.
No 39. Catch a crabWhile you're checking out those crazy creatures, see if you can catch a crab. Remember to keep your fingers away from the pincers. Do you think you can find a bigger one than Kate did?
- There are loads of geocaches hidden along the coast, so it's a great place to try out this exciting hobby for the first time. There are some tough ones to keep experienced geocachers like Gareth entertained too.