On our organised walks, Ingleborough is our first peak, walking in an anti-clockwise direction. However, unless continuing to B64179 or Horton-In-RIbbledale, the extra 4 1/2 miles from Simon Fell down to trail head did not feel time well spent Suggestion: After Simon Fell, cut back to below lower Ingleborough and return to trail head. County/Area - North Yorkshire. Ingleborough (723m) is the second-highest of the Yorkshire Dales’ Three Peaks A hard walk (mountain (above 600m)) in national park Yorkshire Dales in North Yorkshire, England, about 40.00km (24.85 mi) long with an estimated walking time of about 13:15h (1 overnight stay). Kirkharle - 8.00 am. Now begins the steep part of the walk first up Little Ingleborough then Ingleborough itself. 2019-11-10 10:20:00 2019-11-10 :00 Europe/London Ingleborough. Richie LH wrote a review Jun 2019. By The Newsroom. The path known as High Lot is one of the routes used to climb Ingleborough, near Ingleton in North Yorkshire. Malvern, United Kingdom 215 contributions 162 helpful votes. But always a joy to stand on top of. Member champion for recreation management … Ingleborough (723 m or 2,372 ft) is the second-highest mountain in the Yorkshire Dales, ... the route of ascent used by the Three Peaks Walk and the shortest way up the mountain, being just 3 miles (4.8 km) from village to summit. Roseberry Topping A 1-hour loop walk to the iconic peak in the North Yorkshire Moors. Leaving Clapham, the path makes its way up to Ingleborough Cave, where time can be spent visiting one of the best show caves in the country. The repair job is part of the three-year Ingleborough Access Project managed by the national park authority with £180,000 funding from Natural England. This Ingleborough Nature Trail is an excellent wheelchair friendly and accessible walk around Clapham in the Yorkshire Dales. It is unsuitable for families with children, prams & pushchairs, wheelchairs. Ascent - 1560 feet / 473 metres . There is a small waterfall that continuously runs down the side of the mountain that can make the surface rocks slippy and loose. After meeting at either - Rothbury - 7.30 am. Walk Details. Walk ny171 Ingleborough and Simon Fell from The Old Hill Inn, Ribblehead. time for well-earned refreshment. Time: 4 hours 45 minutes With: Lisa Start Grid Ref: SD746692. This booklet has been produced by the Dales & Bowland Community Interest Company a subsidiary of the Friends of the Dales, in partnership with Friends of DalesBus and Friends of the Settle Carlisle Line, to encourage environmentally sustainable access to Ingleborough. Conditions: Cloudy, very windy, warm below, bitter wind cool on peak. Walking times are for guidance only in good weather conditions. walk notes. Ingleborough Walks Walk 5 Along the Ribble Way between Settle and Horton in Ribblesdale Ingleborough Walks Ingleborough is one of England’s most famous mountains. We decided it … Key Information. click here to print off the OS map with route marked. Walk the second highest peak in the Yorkshire Dales, a mountain pockmarked with cavernous sinkholes, rumbling rivers and labyrinthine limestone paving Share on Facebook; Share on Twitter; Share on Pinterest; Email to a friend; This competition is now closed. Little Ingleborough is ascended on the way up to Ingleborough's summit. you will be transferred with the rest of the group we will start your ascent of probably the most famous of the three peaks, Ingleborough. For those with more of a spring in the step, a swift ascent will provide plenty of work for limbs and lungs. This walk has many advantages, not least that in the spring and summer months it can be an extraordinarily pretty place to spend time in. See Walking Time Calculator: 627m (2058ft) 628m (2055ft) Traffic light rating: (For explanation see My Walks page) ... At 2372ft (723metres) Ingleborough is second only to Whernside as Yorkshire’s highest mountain and normally the first or last in the famous Yorkshire Three Peaks walk, depending on which way round it is tackled. Car park: Ingleton Car Park, Ingleton, Carnforth LA6 3BS. Ride2Stride – the Settle-Carlisle Walking Festival > Ingleton Overground Underground > Swaledale Festival > Grassington Festival > Dentdale Music and Beer Festival > Kettlewell Scarecrow Festival > Richmond Walking and Book Festival > Grassington Dickensian Festival > Flowers of the Dales Festival > Workshops and experiences > Things to do. The third peak is Pen-y-ghent. It is because of this wet and harsh terrain that the majority of injuries occur during this part of the challenge. Time - 5 hours 20 minutes. See our privacy policy. The walk towards Ingleborough is a gradual and even one that becomes steeper upon the ascension of the mountain. You may opt-out at any time. Hadrian's Wall - Any car park on military road - 8.20 am . Ingleborough stands at 723 m (2372 ft) making it the second highest mountain the Yorkshire Dales. Ingleborough & Park Fell from Chapel-le-Dale Introduction to Walk 1208. A mountain that is seen as iconic when viewed from any side at a distance. Walk time: 2 hours and 40 minutes approximately . Now you are heading to Ingleborough, on legs that have been working constantly for numerous hours, Ingleborough is going to be tough and will probably feel a lot harder than Pen-y-ghent. Though this was my third visit to Ingleborough it was the first time I had been able to enjoy the views, which were excellent. Route Summary: Clapham - Clapdale Drive - Trow Gill - Gaping Gill - Little Ingleborough Ingleborough - Little Ingleborough - Newby Moss - Newby Cote - Clapham. White Horse Walk A 3-mile loop walk at the White Horse in the North Yorkshire Moors. Description; Attributes; Waypoints; Reviews; David Butcher, route researcher. The Lake in Clapdale 2. At 724 metres above sea level, it is the second highest of Yorkshire’s famous Three Peaks, but perhaps the most distinctive, a landmark visible from four counties. Crummack Dale and Ingleborough: a circular walk. Ingleborough Walks Walk 9 Colt Park Meadows Length - 7.5 miles / 12.2 km. Confession time: When climbing each peak individually, Pen-y-ghent is the most difficult to climb. Ingleborough. A popular challenge for walkers in the Yorkshire Dales is to tackle the three highest peaks - Whernside, Pen-y-ghent and Ingleborough - in one day. From the quiet and scenic Crummack Dale, via limestone escarpments and limestone pavement, you will join the three peaks path to the summit of Ingleborough where you will be rewarded with excellent views on a clear day. All reviews gaping gill great walk pen y ghent hill inn walking boots morecambe bay horton in ribblesdale reasonable level of fitness peaks challenge peaks walk worth the effort bad weather take your time steady walk public car park stunning views ascent summit clapham climb path caves. A lovely walk with changing landscapes and panoramas. Nearest town: Ingleton. point and cross shaped shelter (SD 741746). Drizzle at times. Time taken: 7 hrs Route description: Selside-South House Farm-Sulber Nick-Sulber-Dales High Way-Ingleborough-Simon Fell-Park Fell-Colt Park-Selside Shaw-Selside Shaw Old Lane-Selside West was best for deciding on where to go for a walk this weekend. By Anthony Burton. From Whernside and The Old Hill Inn, briefly follow the road to Ribblehead before crossing the stile to the right, and following the marked path. Nat Park - Yorkshire Dales - Three Peaks Country. The peak of Ingleborough is marked by a cairn. Weekend Walk: Ingleborough Circular Anyone who enjoys walking in Yorkshire sooner or later winds up on Ingleborough's flat summit. £1 entry fee to Nature Trail (tickets available from machine at the entrance to the trail.) Ingleborough Walks Walk 10 Across the Ingleborough Ridge from Ribblehead to Clapham This walk over Ingleborough summit is one of the great classic walks of the Yorkshire Dales; a wonderful way of experiencing some of the most spectacular limestone scenery of the Ingleborough area and Ingleborough itself. Walk Summary: My fifth visit to Ingleborough and the first with my wife, this was also the one in which I enjoyed the best views. The authority has obtained consent from Natural England for the removal and use of boulders from the scree slope. Helvellyn via Striding Edge A 5-hour loop walk to one of England's most popular peaks. Def good hike. For this walk, we’ll take the regualr 3 Peaks route up Ingleborough and the return is via Little Ingleborough, Gaping Gill, Trow Gill, Crummack Dale and Moughton Scar. A circular walk from Ingleton over Ingleborough to Clapham Distance 11.00 miles; time about 6 hr . That's all well and good, but it fails to give each distinct hill the attention it deserves. For the walker with time to spare, the environs of the 724m (2,375ft) fell reward exploration. Then on to Gaping Gill, a 105m deep pothole by way of Trow Gill, an ever narrowing gorge. I have climbed the mountain many times, indeed there are walks to Ingleborough from different directions on this website, but this route was the very first I took to Ingleborough though on that occasion I set off from Ingleton. The highest being Whernside where you will descend from before climbing Ingleborough if doing the Yorkshire Three peaks Challenge. December 5th, 2018 at 9:22 am . The return leg is via the pothole of Gaping Gill and the gorge at … The walk starts along the stony track over Storrs Common. At 723m (2,372ft), Ingleborough is the second highest of the Yorkshire Three Peaks but is probably most people's favourite with the interesting route up from Clapham providing a great scene-setter for the fine views from the top. At any time of year a walk up to Ingleborough Cave through beautiful Clapdale Woods and beside the lake is a great experience but in December you might encounter Father Christmas there. Grade - moderate. Hallin Fell A circular walk to a huge trig and views of Ullswater. Decent visibility throughout hike. Thousands of people use it to walk from Chapel le Dale to the top of the peak. Saturday, 30th April 2016, 9:00 am. Walk Detail: Although just two days before heavy rain had been forecast it was in fact a glorious day. " It can be seen towering above Ingleton and has a distinctive shape visible for miles around. It said special care was taken to ensure important plant species were avoided. Walking distance: 5 miles (8 km). Ingleborough is a fine walk on its own and the best way to enjoy the peak is to walk … Brief route description. As you reach the edge of the summit plateau (SD 744747), turn left (SW) to reach the trig. The objective of the walk was Ingleborough, probably Yorkshire's most recognisable mountain with its unique flat top. Pictures: 1. Time: 3-5 Hours; Height: 723 m; Map: OS Explorer Map OL2 Yorkshire Dales South & Western * Summit of Ingleborough – TP4102 (Photo by Ellie Stacey) Found on OS map OL2, Ingleborough is one of the Yorkshire three peaks and can be approached from several directions. It’s the last hurdle before the 4-mile walk back to Horton-in-Ribblesdale. Fine views of Whernside and the magnificent Ribblehead viaduct. On a clear day you can easily see Morecambe Bay off to the west. All emails include an unsubscribe link. Ingleborough makes a superb objective for this Yorkshire Dales walk. Incidentally this was the first walk where I’d successfully made it to a view indicator in clear visibility. After a gate the path continues along the beautifully walled Fell Lane to the farm at Crina Bottom. See Walking Time Calculator: 733m (2405ft) 732m (2403ft) Traffic light rating: (For explanation see My ... and turn right. Walk: Ingleborough, North Yorkshire. Author - Lou Johnson.