Ingleton Caves
For a real adventure do not miss White Scar Cave and Ingleborough Cave. Two show-caves that sit right on our doorstep. For the more experienced, the area has a labyrinth of challenging potholes and caves. Visit Gaping Gill at Spring and August Bank Holidays to descend the 365ft deep cavern!

Directly from Ingleton you can ascend the 2,373 feet of Ingleborough and take in the beauty of the Yorkshire Dales from it's summit. For the more experienced try the Three Peaks Challenge, with Ingleborough, Whernside and Pen-y-ghent offering 25 miles of outstanding natural beauty.

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Ingleton Play Area
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Although rightly famous for its Walking & Caving, Ingleton is also the perfect place to bring children for an easy, stress-free, holiday as there's lots for them and you to enjoy both within walking distance and a short drive away.

Ingleton has one of the best playgrounds in the North-West!

An open-air swimming pool (seasonal)


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Ingleton Tourist Information (015242) 41049 Open 10am - 2:30pm
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Photography supplied courtesy of Mick Simpson
Ingleton is only 18 miles from Hawes - Stage 1 route
April 2014 excursion - click to find out more
There are many attractions to suit all ages, both in and around Ingleton.
See the Activities In Ingleton page for more details.

Quick links:

Ingleton Waterfalls Trail

White Scar Cave

Ingleton Pottery

The Settle - Carlisle Railway

The Yorkshire Dales

The Dales on ITV1