Featuring a magnifying glass, binoculars and assorted identification guides, the new Coast Alive Tracker Pack will help visitors to the North Yorkshire coastline learn more about the area.
Each pack contains a route map for a short walk using the seashore and the Cleveland Way National Trail, binoculars, a magnifying glass, plus fun nature activities and wildlife identification guides.
Available from the Old Coastguard Station, at Robin Hood’s Bay, the packs are aimed at families and are available to borrow free of charge.
Funding has come from the European-funded Coast Alive Project.
The Robin Hood’s Bay Tracker Pack can be pre-booked by calling 01947 885900. Alternatively, visitors can just turn up and request one.
A returnable £10 deposit and proof of identification are needed to borrow a pack for the day.