Ingleton Travel Guide

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Ingleton is on the west side of the Yorkshire Dales and has a small national park information office in the main carpark. It is located among some great limestone scenery.

It is noted for its waterfalls walk [private land – admission charge] on the rivers Twiss and Doe which join near the village. Thornton Force is one of the best known of the falls and it is possible to follow the path and stand behind it.

Between the two rivers there is access to the fine and uncluttered limestone pavements of Twistleton Scars, lying immediately below the highest hill in the Dales, Whernside. However a far more spectacular hill, Ingleborough, rises directly from the village. This has an Iron Age hillfort at the top.

Another much frequented [private – admission charge] place is the White Scar Caverns on the road to Hawes and Gayle



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