The walk to Ingleborough from Wernside as part of the 3 peaks challenge starts off gradually through some shhep fields before reaching the undulating stone steps that take it out on your legs not because of any steepness but the constant incline that seems to never end. Walks near Horton in Ribblesdale. Ingleborough is visible from Whernside summit on a clear day. Ribblehead - (Railway Station - After Train Journey From Horton in Ribblesdale) - B6255 - Old Hill Inn - Chapel-le-Dale - Braithwaite Wife Hole - Ingleborough - Pen-y-ghent Cafe - Horton in Ribblesdale. Ingleborough is frequently climbed as part of the Yorkshire Three Peaks Challenge, a 24 mi circular challenge walk starting and finishing in Horton in Ribblesdale. Upper Pasture, Horton in Ribblesdale, North Yorkshire Written by Dr David Johnson, with contributions from Jeff Price, Dr Hannah Russ and Helen Sergeant The Ingleborough Archaeology Group gratefully acknowledges the financial support of The Robert Kiln Trust for this project. Over the footbridge, turn left and continue to be followed can be seen climbing the lower slopes of Simon Fell. Visitor attractions. Shelter just visible on the horizon after reaching Ingleborough's Table Top, Triangulation point, shelter in the background. The path continues Walking in Horton-in-Ribblesdale is dominated by the Yorkshire 3 Peaks of Pen-y-ghent, Ingleborough and Whernside. the initial limestone pavement is marked on the map as a path, and not as a footpath. See more details & photos from this walk Get directions to the start of this walk From Horton in Ribblesdale Distance: 7.5km (4⅔ miles) Ascent: 490m (1,608ft) this path, turn left continuing the climb, which soon after reverts to man made steps rather than the cobblestones. The path becomes A popular base for walkers, many of whom are completing the Yorkshire 3 Peaks, Pen-y-Ghent, Ingleborough and Whernside. kissing gate into a field. Horton-in-Ribblesdale Horton-in-Ribblesdale lies below the huge sphinx-like form of Pen-y-ghent, one of the iconic Yorkshire Three Peaks. The path continues away from the wall up hill for about eighty yards, where it reaches a wooden signpost. Detailed maps and GPS navigation for the bike Tour: "Tunnels at Ingleborough Hall – The New Inn Pub in Clapham Loop from Horton-in-Ribblesdale" 02:28 h 39.3 km Behind now there is an excellent view back over to Pen-y-ghent, towering over Horton Continue now along this path passing by an old derelict shooting hut, before passing towards a wall, before bending around to the left to head away from it where a yellow arrow points uphill on Horton is functional but little more. over a few wooden boards over one of the boggier sections, before starting to climb more steeply. The peak of Ingleborough is marked by a cairn. rock shelter which has been built and a further thirty yards on there is another large cairn. Luxurious Mega Glamping Pod with Hot Tub and Private Patio + Dog Friendly - £132 avg./night - Horton in Ribblesdale - Amenities include: Internet, Hot Tub, TV, No Smoking, Heater Bedrooms: 1 Sleeps: 2 Minimum stay: 2 night(s) Book online - Book holiday rental 10687592 with Vrbo. visible on the horizon. It is the preferred starting point for the Three Peaks Walk, a challenge walk requiring the combined ascent of some 7,000 feet (2,000 metres) onto the summits of Pen-y-ghent, Whernside and Ingleborough within 12 hours. pass through a gate in the wall, and continue onwards in the same direction away from the wall. eroded spaces between. side of the wall is Nick Pot. hill, heading back in the same direction as you came from. Congratulations! return back down the four miles to the car park in Horton. veer slightly to the left of the end of the wall ahead, and climb up the few steps to pass out through a wooden Whernside Summit to Ingleborough Summit. Situated ideally in the Yorkshire Dales National Park, Ribblesdale Pods is at the heart of everything. Once you reach the edge of Ingleborough, turn right and follow the ridge until you reach the steps where you originally came from. Ingleborough is frequently climbed as part of the Yorkshire Three Peaks Challenge, a 24 mi circular challenge walk starting and finishing in Horton in Ribblesdale. from the summit. An out and back walk from Horton in Ribblesdale, following the Yorkshire Three Peaks route up and down to Ingleborough summit. Horton in Ribblesdale Parish is situated at the heart of the Three Peaks area of the Yorkshire Dales National Park. After the upturned rock it is a clear route heading back to Horton-in-Ribblesdale. Horton-in-Ribblesdale also is blessed with a myriad of beautiful walks. View along the path to Ingleborough and Simon Seat, Looking back at the path leading to the second signpost, Stile leading to limestone pavement, Simon Fell on the horizon. Toilets are available in this car park and are free to use. this cairn start to descend along the path which passes back along the left hand side of the small cliff face. View a selection of finisher T-shirts on the Think Adventure Teemill store. White Scars and Ingleborough Ribblesdale is one of the western dales and the Ribble starts in the Yorkshire Dales, heads south and then west into Lancashire and drains into the Irish Sea. continue ahead along Simon Fell Breast for about three quarters of a mile. No getting lost! Once you have touched the final trig, head back in the same direction you came. of the clints and grikes formed by the limestone. Whilst walking along this, there are excellent views across towards Little Ingleborough and up on to Ingleborough Yorkshire Three Peaks Challenge 25 miles - 12 hours - three peaks, National Three Peaks Challenge 24 hours to tackle three mountains, Edale Skyline Challenge 10 hours to walk Edale's ridge, White Horse Walk A 3-mile loop walk at the White Horse in the North Yorkshire Moors, Roseberry Topping A 1-hour loop walk to the iconic peak in the North Yorkshire Moors, Helvellyn via Striding Edge A 5-hour loop walk to one of England's most popular peaks, Hallin Fell A circular walk to a huge trig and views of Ullswater, Kinder Scout and Jacob's Ladder A circular walk to the Peak District's highest point, Humber Bridge Circular Walk A flat walk across the Humber Bridge, Walk the York Walls A popular walk around the famous York Walls. Unlike the prettier and quieter villages of Langcliffe, Austwick, Clapham and Stainforth it was never bypassed. Where the wall bends around to the right before reaching this stile, on the other The clints and grikes of the limestone pavement, Path around the wall, Ingleborough on the horizon. Just over the stile there is a plaque giving information about Ingleborough and the landscape in this area. From the long distance paths, hill-top expeditions, set routes and gentle strolls. The path then meanders through the limestone following these wooden way marks. View a selection of finisher mugs on the Think Adventure store. Find our choice collection of the very best, with the Cool Camping collection. Once you reach the edge of Ingleborough, turn right and follow the ridge until you reach the steps where you originally came from. hundred yards, before the path becomes grassy again underfoot. The journey back will lead you between some large rocks and a wall. Continue along the path, which after a few hundred yards drops down and crosses a farm track, Once over the stile, pass between the limestone pavement on the left and the wall on the right for about one They have 2 bars and serve food throughout the day. The path passes to the right of a small rocky outcrop and enters onto the top plateau of the hill by a large cairn. Each unit is fitted with a patio, a fully equipped kitchenette with a microwave, a seating area with a sofa, a flat-screen TV and a private bathroom with shower and a hairdryer. continues to climb for a further third of a mile before reaching a stile in a wall. There is a signpost 2 miles and 1 mile from Horton-in-Ribblesdale. Just before one of the cairns there is a small loose itself. The terrain is easier on your feet and there are no more inclines. Photo: David Hayter (330) Pen-y-ghent from Horton in Ribblesdale. Photo: Paul Harrison (17) Ingleborough and Simon Fell as seen from Pen-y-Ghent during temperature inversion. Path heads back down after the cairn, below the small cliff, Path passes just to the left of the small cliff, Path branches off the cobbles to the right, just before the cairn, This web site uses cookies in accordance with our, Public car park in the centre of Horton-in-Ribblesdale (grid reference, Nearest post code for Sat Nav: BD24 0HF - get directions, Ordnance Survey - Explorer OL2 (Yorkshire Dales - Southern & Western Area), Birds, Café, Flowers, Geographic feature, Hills or Fells, Pub, Stream or River, Views, Wildlife, Toilets, pubs and café in Horton In Ribblesdale, Walk starts in Horton in Ribblesdale, nearest larger towns Settle or Ingleton, View accommodation close to the start of this walk from, Horton in Ribblesdale, walk, Ingleborough, Ingleborough walk, Yorkshire Dales, Pen-y-ghent, Pen-y-ghent, Information centre, Yorkshire Three Peaks, Three Peaks, 3 peaks walk, Yorkshire Dales National Park, Limestone, Pen-y-ghent Café, Sulber Nick, Simon Fell Breast, limestone, Whernside. The path skirts Take your time and be careful when walking through this area. After the long descent from Ingleborough the path, with almost abrupt suddenness tops a small rise and Horton-in-Ribblesdale Station appears at your feet. The long haul back to Horton in Ribblesdale from Ingleborough. The path continues for a wall to pass over a wooden stile. The sign indicates that to the left is a bridleway to Clapham 2¾ miles, Selside to the right 1¾ miles, on forms a small waterfall. Tunnels at Ingleborough Hall – The New Inn Pub in Clapham Loop from Horton-in-Ribblesdale is an intermediate bike ride. Pass over this stile and Each unit is fitted with a patio, a fully equipped kitchenette with a microwave, a seating area with a sofa, a flat-screen TV and a private bathroom with shower and a hairdryer. Once over the track, before rising again to pass over a wooden stile in the wall a further thirty yards on. Before this signpost is reached, in the distance the path Over to the left is Horton Quarry, which is continually changing the landscape whilst Ingleborough from Horton in Ribblesdale. Lakeland hills. the right of a small knoll. Ingleborough is frequently climbed as part of the Yorkshire Three Peaks Challenge, a 24-mile (39 km) circular challenge walk starting and finishing in Horton in Ribblesdale. Assuming good visibility, the shelter on top should now be visible a few hundred yards ahead. After passing back through the stone gate, follow the path leading towards Ingleborough. To head back to Horton-in-Ribblesdale, retrace your steps for 200 metres or so before heading off the ridge to your right, over several stiles and on to a lane, where your path heads to the left, and over several more stiles before ending back in Horton-in-Ribblesdale. A few more metres down the road is the Pen-y-ghent Cafe. Dale 2 miles". The path is very well worn and easy to follow, heading initially in the direction of Simon Fell and Lord's Seat up the hill following the Ingleborough sign to a cairn a further forty yards on, and then on to a double wooden At the upturned rock, take the path leading to the right. Horton in Ribblesdale is the traditional starting (and finishing) point for the Three Peaks walk.The Pennine Way and Ribble Way long-distance footpaths pass through the village.. There is something for everyone. About thirty yards past the shelter is the triangulation point marking the summit. flattening by a very small tarn. these cobbles, as the path bends around to the left, another path branches off to the right in front of a cairn. Continue ahead heading the previous stile, a further signpost is reached. Five miles each way, the walk is dominated by two of the three peaks - Ingleborough itself is visible for large parts of the walk, and Pen-y … This short section up through This road passes The Crown Hotel, National Park Car Park and the Pen-y-ghent Cafe. The path passes through Sulber and continues along its straight eval(ez_write_tag([[580,400],'thinkadventure_co_uk-banner-1','ezslot_2',111,'0','0']));And that is the end of the Yorkshire Three Peaks Challenge. stile over the wall ahead. Pen-y-ghent is constantly in the background and can also be used as a marker. Upon reaching The path now follows a Leave the car park in the centre of Horton by the metalled path at the toilet end of the car further four hundred yards before reaching another stile. Recommended Pages for the Yorkshire Three Peaks. Set in Horton in Ribblesdale, 29.2 miles from Lancaster, Ribblesdale Pods offers a garden and free WiFi. Off on a long meandering walk to Whernside with its long, gentle climb with undulating … - £63 avg./night - Horton in Ribblesdale - Amenities include: Internet, Parking Bedrooms: 3 Sleeps: 6 Minimum stay: 3 night(s) Book online - … line towards Ingleborough becoming, after a while, grassy underfoot. The hill may also be climbed from Horton in Ribblesdale 6 miles (10 km) to the east, following a route crossing extensive areas of limestone pavement in the region of Sulber Nick. The clints are the limestone blocks, and the grikes the water The terrain is … signpost shows back to Horton, to the left is Austwick, and straight on to Ingleborough. Walking | Ingleborough from Ribblehead | Route type: WalkDifficulty: EasySurface: AverageIngleborough must be Yorkshire's most-climbed mountain and there are several enjoyable routes to its summit. Set in Horton in Ribblesdale, 47 km from Lancaster, Ribblesdale Pods offers a garden and free WiFi. Go to the discovery of Horton-in-Ribblesdale (North Yorkshire, United Kingdom), see photos and pictures of Horton-in-Ribblesdale with landscapes, skyline, characteristic places, monuments and much more, within 2 km from the selected point, with ManyFoto.com (Australia)… This stone built, terraced barn conversion is in the centre of the Dales village of Horton-in-Ribblesdale and sleeps six people in three bedrooms. Eventually the track crosses the new Pennine Bridleway and carries on straight forward into Sulber Nick. The Crown Hotel is just over the bridge, which crosses over the River Ribble. The limestone pavement exhibits excellent examples Walk 13 - Ingleborough (724m) and Simons Fell (650m) via Great Douk Cave 10 miles* Walk 14 - Horton to Ribblehead - a low level walk 8 miles* Walk 15 - Pen-y-ghent (694m) circuit from Horton 6.5 or 9 miles* Information Transport, Maps, Equipment etc Horton is back in the direction the path has come from 1½ miles and Ingleborough straight on up the hill 2¾ through a gap in the wall. It can be very slippery when the rocks are wet. the way mark. extending for just over half a mile ahead. At the upturned rock, take the path leading to the right. Path across the farm track leading to the wall. eval(ez_write_tag([[300,250],'thinkadventure_co_uk-box-4','ezslot_3',114,'0','0']));The route back to Horton-in-Ribblesdale leads through the train station’s platform and you need to cross the railway line. The After about forty yards, Follow the sign for Ingleborough heading up the hill past more limestone outcrops and then around to around to the right, branch left up the short steep road to the station following the footpath sign for "Crummack series of wooden eighteen-inch high way marks, with a green band around the top of them. The descent from Whernside is one single path leading all the way to the bottom. It is unsuitable for families with children, prams & pushchairs, wheelchairs. See this Tour and others like it, or plan your own with komoot! Additionally, the Ingleborough Pod is also dog friendly, allowing you to bring man’s best friend with you. Horton-in-Ribblesdale Horton-in-Ribblesdale is a village located within the Yorkshire Dales National Park and is close to the source of the River Ribble. If done anti-clockwise Ingleborough is the last mountain climbed, and ascent is from Chapel-le-Dale. The Sulber 'crossroads' with Pen-y-ghent in the distance. Photo: Simon Barnett (19) Pen-y-ghent summit trig point with a little bit of snow. The path then drops down the man made steps before recommencing its descent down the cobbles. Cycling from Hull to Paris: Pedalling across the Netherlands, Germany, Belgium and France. The marked path disappears during the final mile to Horton-in-Ribblesdale and leads through fields. Pen y ghent - Climb to the 694 m (2,277 ft) summit of Pen y ghent on this challenging circular walk in the Yorkshire Dales; Fountains Fell - Climb to this prominent fell in the Yorkshire Dales and enjoy wonderful views over the surrounding hills and countryside; Malham Tarn Estate - This beautiful spot in the Yorkshire Dales is perfect for a safe cycle or walk Horton-in-Ribblesdale. All of which are within 200 metres of each other. Ingleborough (723 m or 2,372 ft) is the second-highest mountain in the Yorkshire Dales, England. the platform. After the upturned rock it is a clear route heading back to Horton-in-Ribblesdale. A fridge, a stovetop and toaster are also featured, as well as a kettle. The path then follows quite closely to the wall for a further four hundred yards before Immediately after Cross over the two train tracks with care, following the signed instructions. The path As the path begins to flatten, the path ahead can now be seen Ingleborough from Horton-in-Ribblesdale An out and back walk from Horton in Ribblesdale, following the Yorkshire Three Peaks route up and down to Ingleborough summit. round the right-hand side of a rocky outcrop about two metres in height and then heads on in the same direction Horton-in-Ribblesdale sign viewed from the train station. Keep following the road to the National Park Car Park and Pen-y-gent Cafe. Ingleborough from Ribblehead A moderate walk (mountain (above 600m)) in national park Yorkshire Dales starting and finishing in North Yorkshire, England, about 15.00km (9.32 mi) long with an estimated walking time of about 5:30h. The Parish extends from Helwith Bridge in the south to Ribblehead in the north and flanked by the peaks of Ingleborough and Pen-y-ghent. The walk heads over the Settle to Carlisle railway line and then on to Sulber Nick. The 60-page eBook will guide you through the Yorkshire Three Peaks Challenge. Beyond the railway line is a downhill path leading on to the B6479 main road. It’s the last hurdle before the 4-mile walk back to Horton-in-Ribblesdale. The path then continues to climb slowly towards Ingleborough before pulling in by a The path on the far stile is again very obvious, and quickly crosses a small stream which a few yards further Pass over the stile, and continue ahead along the very well defined (and in some excavating the limestone. Path winding its way through the way markers, Path leading up to the signpost from the gap in the wall, The cairn marks the way to the stiles ahead. If done anti-clockwise Ingleborough is the last mountain climbed, and ascent is from Chapel-le-Dale. Part way down Ribblesdale draws in many walkers to its iconic fells and forms the most part of Yorkshires Three Peaks walk. Book a luxury glamping pod today at Ribblesdale Pods - luxury glamping accommodation in Horton in Ribblesdale, Yorkshire Dales. arriving at a double stile. The Crown Hotel is open to anyone and isn’t just for hotel guests. It is a popular base for walkers, many of whom are completing the Yorkshire 3 Peaks Challenge Walk over Pen-y-ghent, Ingleborough and Whernside. Follow the path heading up hill directly away from the wall. panoramic view of Whernside, Pen-y-ghent, Pendle Hill (with a distinctive nose shape) out into Morecambe Bay and the Ingleborough in Horton-in-Ribblesdale This is one of the classic Yorkshire walks, climbing Ingleborough from Horton-in-Ribblesdale. This route follows the final leg of the Three Peaks Route in reverse, and then returns back down the same path Risk Free 100% refund if you are unhappy with the product View more information. If it is misty keep Horton in Ribblesdale Station Horton in Ribblesdale PH PH PH PH PH P P P P P P Ribblehead Station Walks 9 and 10 Walk 2 Walks 4 and 5 Walk 3 Walks 7 and 8 Walks 1 and 6 Ingleborough Austwick PH For details of buses and dalesbus.org Craven Connection buses Leeds-Settle-Carlisle Leeds-Lancaster This series of ten Ingleborough Walks leaflets is The route is easy to follow by the worn grass and you can see Horton-in-Ribblesdale for the remainder of the walk. Pass the wind shelter and keep walking in the same direction. Check availability and come and see why we are the number one rated glamping accommodation in Horton in Ribblesdale and the wider Yorkshire Dales. Submit your challenge to the Think Adventure website, Completing the London Triathlon for the First Time, Everything You Need to Know About Completing the York Park Run, Travelling the West Coast of Australia in a Car: Perth to Darwin Drive Itinerary, The Boring Stuff You Need to Sort Before Heading to Australia for a Year. It then climbs steeply again to the right of a large scree patch for the few park, and proceed a few yards further over the wooden footbridge. places very eroded) path through Sulber Nick. After about three quarters of a mile from If you get confused, start at the trig and head to the wind shelter. grassy underfoot for a short section, before returning to limestone where a few yards further on the path passes yards up to meet a cobbled path, which is the route up from the Old Hill Inn at Chapel-le-Dale. How long does is take to climb each peak? in the foreground. The Crown Inn Horton in Ribblesdale (meaning settlement on muddy ground) can be found on the B6479 midway between Settle and Ribblehead. Whether you're here to hike the Yorkshire three peaks of Whernside, Ingleborough and Pen-y-ghent or you plan to catch the train instead and ride across the 440-yard-long Ribblehead Viaduct, you'll find plenty of good campsites near Horton-in-Ribblesdale. Horton-in-Ribblesdale is a village in the Yorkshire Dales National Park close to the source of the River Ribble. Upon starting the descent, return to the shelter and then head back for the line of cairns near the edge of the From here there is an excellent Just in front of the station, where the road bends The After about three quarters of a mile, the path then starts to climb much more steeply, before briefly We set off from Horton in Ribblesdale at 06:30 in the dark with head torches heading to Pen y ghent, the walk up an final climb was very misty but cleared away by the time the sun came out. From there the path climbs steadily across Simon Fell, before climbing more steeply up on to the plateau top of Ingleborough, affording panoramic views all along the way. At the top of the slope, pass through the wooden gate ahead, just to the left of an ornate lamppost, to enter onto The return is via the same path. Further information can be viewed on their website. Keep up with Think Adventure on Instagram. along the pavement by the road heading for the train station. Take this path and drop down past the small tarn and continue now back along the path used on the way up to This linear walk from Ribblehead exploits paths on its north and east flanks, incorporating two of the subsidiary 'tops' that make up the mountain mass. across the flat plateau about four hundred yards to the trig point at the top. Bob Smith, Editor Monday 03 January 2011 09:37 PM GMT No subsequent updates have been made. 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