Things To Do

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    Ingleton Waterfalls Trail

    A 4.7 mile circular walk with spectacular views of waterfalls and other natural features of the area. More Info

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    White Scar Cave

    The longest show cave in Britain. Deep beneath Ingleborough, in the Yorkshire Dales National Park. More Info

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    Settle To Carlisle Railway

    The historic railway running through some of the most attractive scenery in Yorkshire and Cumbria More Info

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    Malham Cove

    A huge curving limestone cliff in an area of outstanding natural beauty in The Yorkshire Dales. More Info

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    The Wensleydale Creamery

    Based at Hawes in Wensleydale in the heart of the Yorkshire Dales, home of Wensleydale Cheese. More Info

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    The Yorkshire Dales National Park

    A area with varied lanscapes, from cliffs and caves, to waterfalls, moorland to traditonal farmland. More Info

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    Ingleton Pottery

    A small family run business making high-fired, hand thrown Stoneware pottery in the Yorkshire Dales. More Info

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    Ingleborough Cave

    A show cave first opened in 1837 and situated at the top of a picturesque nature trail in Clapham. More Info

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    Inglesport Climbing Wall

    An indoor facility with a climbing wall and bouldering walls suitable for all ages and abilities. More Info

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    Ingleton Swimming Pool

    A 20m heated open air swimming pool open in summer from the end of May until September. More Info

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    Skipton Castle

    Over 900 years old and one of the most complete and best preserved medieval castles in England More Info

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    The Lake District National Park

    Englands largest National Park, home to Englands highest mountain and Englands deepest lake. More Info