Ingleton is a small market town of great character and history nestling at the foot of Ingleborough (one of the famous “Three Peaks of Yorkshire”) on the edge of the Yorkshire Dales. It is a long established tourist location and an acknowledged centre for walking, caving and the great outdoors. The famous Ingleton Waterfalls Walk takes you through wooded valleys, across the open fells and past numerous waterfalls that change almost daily as the river levels rise and fall.
You can climb Ingleborough or Whernside, or ascend Twissleton Scar to the fantastic limestone pavement from where there are outstanding views. Alternatively descend into White Scar Cave, one of the longest caves in England.
Ingleton has a variety of shops, a number of pubs and cafes plus a wide range of accommodation and is the perfect centre for exploring the Dales, the Lake District and the Trough of Bowland.