Distance from Peaks & Pods: 14 miles+
Discover the wealth of activites around the Ingleton area at www.threepeaksyorkshire.com
- Ingleton Waterfalls Trail – The trail follows a well-defined footpath, which runs as close to the edge of the two rivers as possible to provide spectacular views of the waterfalls. www.ingletonwaterfallstrail.co.uk
- Ingleton Swimming Pool – a heated outdoor swimming pool in a beautiful setting next to the river in Ingleton. It is open daily during the summer. The pool is open from May to early September. Visit www.ingletonpool.co.uk
- Ingleton Climbing Wall – 300sq meters of lead climbing wall with in-situ quickdraws and lower-off belays, with routes to suit all abilities from novice to crag rat. 150sq metres plus of bouldering walls at various angles with many colour coded problems. We can arrange a qualified climbing guide for beginners .www.inglesport.com/our-climbing-wall Satisfy your hunger at Inglesport’s Cafe, the ideal venue to arrange to meet friends to plan your day’s caving or climbing.
- Ribblehead Viaduct – Ribblehead viaduct is probably the most famous of the many feats of Victorian engineering along the stunning Settle to Carlisle railway line. Its iconic location in the middle of the Three Peaks makes it a popular photo stop. Well worth a visit!
- Country Harvest – An award winning food hall, clothing, gift shop and cafe situated on the A65 just outside Ingleton. The meat section is run by a former Young Butcher of the Year, who has won awards for his sausage and burger recipes. www.country-harvest.co.uk
- Whitescar Cave, Chapel-le-Dale – The longest show cave in Britain. The guided tour covers one mile and takes about 80 minutes. Check the weather before you go! www.whitescarcave.co.uk
- The Hill Inn, Chapel-le-Dale – we love this old-fashioned pub, nestled between Ingleborough and Whernside, which serves delicious food. There are many walks from here.