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Ingleton

Ingleton, located against the awe-inspiring backdrop of Ingleborough, one of the famous Three Peaks has to be the outdoor adventure centre of The Dales with a host of activities on offer as well as plenty of welcoming cafes, pubs and restaurants.

Ingleton Truly unique in its landscape, offering thrills and beauty above and below ground


And outside, there's a pool

Ingleton is a picturesque traditional Dales village set in an area of Outstanding Natural Beauty, with Artisan shops lining the streets and magnificent natural feaures lining your view as your eyes as you look up. Welcoming cafes, pubs and restaurants with high quality accommodation make Ingleton an ideal base to enjoy this beautiful area of The Dales. Ingleton also has its own outdoor seasonal swimming pool too!

You'll fall in love

The Ingleton Waterfalls Trail boasts some of the most spectacular waterfall and woodland scenery in the North of England. With its fascinating history, breathtaking views and a rich variety of plants and wildlife, a visit to Ingleton Falls is a great family day out or education field trip. The trail is 4.5 miles long (8 km) and leads you through ancient oak woodland and magnificent Yorkshire Dales scenery via a series of stunning waterfalls and geological features.

Brimming with local history, stunning geology and archaeology

Truly unique in its landscape and drawing visitors from around the world, Ingleton offers thrills and beauty just above, but below the ground too. Ingleton is home to the famous Waterfalls Walk which offers some of the most spectacular waterfall and woodland scenery in the North of England. White Scar Cave, Britain's longest show cave, and the impressive Ribblehead Viaduct are all on Ingleton's doorstep too.

The Three Peaks

Ingleton, located against the awe-inspiring backdrop of Ingleborough, one of the famous Three Peaks has to be the outdoor adventure centre of The Dales with a host of activities on offer from walking, climbing, caving, mountain biking and kayaking. Ingleborough itself is the second highest mountain in the Yorkshire Dales, at 723 metres (2,372 ft). There are several popular hillwalking routes to its summit. The most frequently-used starting point is probably Ingleton, which lies about 4 miles (6 km) to the southwest. An ascent from here is about 7.5 miles (12.1 km) there and back. The route follows a walled lane, Fell Lane, before emerging onto a flat area, Crina Bottom, scattered with potholes including the considerable Quaking Pot. A steep climb through the limestone cliffs leads to the summit. A proper Yorkshire challenge!

Refresh Yourself

After all that, you probably are looking for refreshments and Ingleton has plenty on offer. Country Harvest is packed to the rafters with deli delights including award-winning cheeses and olives, fresh meat, bread, cakes, ready meals, wine and even Champagne, whereas the Marton Arms delivers the ultimate combination of great beer, good cheer, hearty food and cosy country accommodation in a delightful Inn.

Finally, The Old Hill Inn is an ancient inn of great character, part of which dates back to 1615 and the other part 1835. Originally a farm, then Drovers inn, now specialising in delicious home cooked food and excellent puddings. A family of chefs run the establishment, three working on the savoury side, and Colin, a famous pastry chef and sugar sculptor extordinaire has spectacular sculptures on display. An interesting place with log fires and beams, where Winston Churchill used to stay for hunting, shooting and fishing holidays.