In addition to the Ingleton Waterfalls Trail and Yorkshire 3 Peaks (links on this page), you wll find a variety of off-the-beaten-track walks and hikes to help you make the most of Ingleton’s fantastic location.
Here are a few examples which you may want to check out. You can buy a map from Inglesport in the village. We want you to enjoy your time in the area and please stay safe, know your limits and adhere to the Countryside Code.
Kingsdale including the Cheesepress stones for views to Ingleborough
Chapel-le-Dale walk from the Chapel to the Bogart man. Something a bit different. Lovely wild flowers in season too.
Hike part way up Ingleborough from Ingleton village via Fell Lane, taking in the limestone pavement and, depending on the day and time, stop off at Crina Bottom kiosk for refreshments.
The Ingleborough National Nature Reserve has a range of walks, including around the original quarry and Geology Seat. A great level walk to take in the views of the Peaks.
Ingleborough Archaeology Group produced a series of 3 self-guided walks in association with Natural England, and you can pick these free leaflets up from Ingleton Tourist Information Centre. Alternatively, download from these links: