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Ingleton and The Three Peaks

Outdoor enthusiasts love the challenges this area provides along with its ease of access from the cities of the North West and West Yorkshire.



The dramatic limestone scenery draws you to explore and discover hidden gems that give Ingleton its unique character. An ideal base for exploring the Yorkshire Three Peaks area with popular routes for walking, cycling, climbing and caving surrounding this cosy village with its welcoming pubs and cafes.



White Scar Cave This subterranean landscape is beautifully lit, with gushing streams, waterfalls, exotic cave formations, and a huge ice-age cavern adorned with thousands of stalactitesWhite Scar Cave Displays a larger version of this image in a new browser window.



Ingleborough Cave is reached from the nearby village of Clapham by a lovely scenic walk through a nature reserve.Clapham Cave - Copy



Ingleton Waterfalls Leading through ancient oak woodland passing a series of stunning waterfalls and geological features.Ingleton Waterfalls Displays a larger version of this image in a new browser window



Ingleton History Walk Discover the connection with Sherlock Holmes and find the Hoffman Kiln.



Ribblehead Viaduct This station is now leased by the Settle and Carlisle Railway Trust who have completely restored and refurbished it.viaduct

Ingleton Outdoor Pool is always popular during summer months.