What’s On

We’ve lots going on in the Ingleton area with something to interest you throughout the year. Main annual events include

 1940’s Weekend, Overground Underground Festival, Ingleton Gala & Mountain Race and Sheafstock. Ingleton also hosts its very own cycle sportive, Escape to the Dales.

From family friendly to the more specialised, you’re bound to find something to take part in and enjoy.

2019 events include – 

Great Easter Egg Hunt (Easter holiday weeks)

Sheafstock live music festival (19th – 21st April)

Overground Underground Festival of the Ingleborough Dale (From early May to Sept 2019)

Escape to the Dales Cycle Sportive (30th June 2019)

1940s Homeguard Weekend (5th – 7th July 2019)

Ingleton Gala (20th July 2019)

Mountain Race (20th July 2019)

Please check back often as the calendar is updated regularly with new and exciting things to see and do here in the Ingleton area, including regular village events.

 

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Events by Date Order

Apr
1
Mon
Guided walks & talks of the Yorkshire Dales – Half Day @ Leaves from Ingleton area
Apr 1 @ 9:00 am – 1:00 pm
Guided walks & talks of the Yorkshire Dales - Half Day @ Leaves from Ingleton area

A great way to enjoy the outdoors safely on this guided walk, learning more about the area too.  Book your place now on one of these planned walks. 

Apr
8
Mon
Navigation Refresher (half day) @ Ingleton area
Apr 8 @ 2:00 pm – 6:00 pm
Apr
10
Wed
Introduction to Rockclimbing Outdoors (half day) @ Ingleton Area
Apr 10 @ 9:00 am – 1:00 pm
Introduction to Rockclimbing Outdoors (half day) @ Ingleton Area

A half day introduction to rock climbing with the safety of being with a qualified instructor.  Get in touch to book your place.

Apr
13
Sat
Ingleton Y3P Route (12 hour Challenge) @ From Ingleton Community Centre
Apr 13 @ 6:00 am – 6:00 pm

If you thought you’d done the Yorkshire 3 Peaks, maybe re-think. Join Craig on THE Ingleton Challenge – 

Yorkshire’s Three Peaks form a triangle and cover a distance of 29.6 miles when tackled from Ingleton. 

The route begins at Ingleton’s Community Centre where there is plenty of parking.  A short walk up the road leads you to Fell Lane and the beginning of the route up Ingleborough.  The route to the summit is approximately 3.5 miles with an elevation gain of 2,339ft.  Ingleborough’s summit has a long broad plateau and on clear days it definitely worth pausing to take in the stunning views.  From the summit the route heads down to Horton-In-Ribblesdale where there are public toilets and a couple of public houses.

Leaving Horton-In-Ribblesdale the route then tackles Pen-y-ghent, the smaller of the Three Peaks standing at 694m/2277ft.  There is a bit of a scramble towards the top followed by a lovely paved path to the summit.  Once at the summit pop through the hole in the wall and follow the Pennine Way sign – Horton in Ribblesdale.  From here the route is then signposted Yorkshire 3 Peaks – High Birkwith.  Eventually the route meets the B4679 – turn right onto the road and continue until reaching Ribblehead viaduct.  Be aware, this road is extremely busy at weekends with walkers, cyclists, motorbikes and cars.

At Ribblehead you will find a mobile tea van for refreshments.  Whernside whilst being the tallest of the Three Peaks at 736m (2415ft) is, you will be pleased to hear, the easiest to climb.  Once at the summit there is a 3.5 downhill section bringing you out on the B6255 and opposite The Old Hill Inn Pub where walkers are always welcome (check website for opening times).  At the road turn right and walk approximately 1.8 miles before turning right into Chapel-le-Dale.  From here it is a flat/downhill 4 miles back to the village of Ingleton and the Community Centre.

Apr
17
Wed
Ingleton Y3P Route (12 hour Challenge) @ From Ingleton Community Centre
Apr 17 @ 6:00 am – 6:00 pm

If you thought you’d done the Yorkshire 3 Peaks, maybe re-think. Join Craig on THE Ingleton Challenge – 

Yorkshire’s Three Peaks form a triangle and cover a distance of 29.6 miles when tackled from Ingleton. 

The route begins at Ingleton’s Community Centre where there is plenty of parking.  A short walk up the road leads you to Fell Lane and the beginning of the route up Ingleborough.  The route to the summit is approximately 3.5 miles with an elevation gain of 2,339ft.  Ingleborough’s summit has a long broad plateau and on clear days it definitely worth pausing to take in the stunning views.  From the summit the route heads down to Horton-In-Ribblesdale where there are public toilets and a couple of public houses.

Leaving Horton-In-Ribblesdale the route then tackles Pen-y-ghent, the smaller of the Three Peaks standing at 694m/2277ft.  There is a bit of a scramble towards the top followed by a lovely paved path to the summit.  Once at the summit pop through the hole in the wall and follow the Pennine Way sign – Horton in Ribblesdale.  From here the route is then signposted Yorkshire 3 Peaks – High Birkwith.  Eventually the route meets the B4679 – turn right onto the road and continue until reaching Ribblehead viaduct.  Be aware, this road is extremely busy at weekends with walkers, cyclists, motorbikes and cars.

At Ribblehead you will find a mobile tea van for refreshments.  Whernside whilst being the tallest of the Three Peaks at 736m (2415ft) is, you will be pleased to hear, the easiest to climb.  Once at the summit there is a 3.5 downhill section bringing you out on the B6255 and opposite The Old Hill Inn Pub where walkers are always welcome (check website for opening times).  At the road turn right and walk approximately 1.8 miles before turning right into Chapel-le-Dale.  From here it is a flat/downhill 4 miles back to the village of Ingleton and the Community Centre.

May
6
Mon
Guided walks & talks of the Yorkshire Dales – Half Day @ Leaves from Ingleton area
May 6 @ 9:00 am – 1:00 pm
Guided walks & talks of the Yorkshire Dales - Half Day @ Leaves from Ingleton area

A great way to enjoy the outdoors safely on this guided walk, learning more about the area too.  Book your place now on one of these planned walks. 

May
8
Wed
Introduction to Rockclimbing Outdoors (half day) @ Ingleton Area
May 8 @ 9:00 am – 1:00 pm
Introduction to Rockclimbing Outdoors (half day) @ Ingleton Area

A half day introduction to rock climbing with the safety of being with a qualified instructor.  Get in touch to book your place.

May
11
Sat
Ingleton Y3P Route (12 hour Challenge) @ From Ingleton Community Centre
May 11 @ 6:00 am – 6:00 pm

If you thought you’d done the Yorkshire 3 Peaks, maybe re-think. Join Craig on THE Ingleton Challenge – 

Yorkshire’s Three Peaks form a triangle and cover a distance of 29.6 miles when tackled from Ingleton. 

The route begins at Ingleton’s Community Centre where there is plenty of parking.  A short walk up the road leads you to Fell Lane and the beginning of the route up Ingleborough.  The route to the summit is approximately 3.5 miles with an elevation gain of 2,339ft.  Ingleborough’s summit has a long broad plateau and on clear days it definitely worth pausing to take in the stunning views.  From the summit the route heads down to Horton-In-Ribblesdale where there are public toilets and a couple of public houses.

Leaving Horton-In-Ribblesdale the route then tackles Pen-y-ghent, the smaller of the Three Peaks standing at 694m/2277ft.  There is a bit of a scramble towards the top followed by a lovely paved path to the summit.  Once at the summit pop through the hole in the wall and follow the Pennine Way sign – Horton in Ribblesdale.  From here the route is then signposted Yorkshire 3 Peaks – High Birkwith.  Eventually the route meets the B4679 – turn right onto the road and continue until reaching Ribblehead viaduct.  Be aware, this road is extremely busy at weekends with walkers, cyclists, motorbikes and cars.

At Ribblehead you will find a mobile tea van for refreshments.  Whernside whilst being the tallest of the Three Peaks at 736m (2415ft) is, you will be pleased to hear, the easiest to climb.  Once at the summit there is a 3.5 downhill section bringing you out on the B6255 and opposite The Old Hill Inn Pub where walkers are always welcome (check website for opening times).  At the road turn right and walk approximately 1.8 miles before turning right into Chapel-le-Dale.  From here it is a flat/downhill 4 miles back to the village of Ingleton and the Community Centre.

May
13
Mon
Navigation Refresher (half day) @ Ingleton area
May 13 @ 2:00 pm – 6:00 pm
May
15
Wed
Ingleton Y3P Route (12 hour Challenge) @ From Ingleton Community Centre
May 15 @ 6:00 am – 6:00 pm

If you thought you’d done the Yorkshire 3 Peaks, maybe re-think. Join Craig on THE Ingleton Challenge – 

Yorkshire’s Three Peaks form a triangle and cover a distance of 29.6 miles when tackled from Ingleton. 

The route begins at Ingleton’s Community Centre where there is plenty of parking.  A short walk up the road leads you to Fell Lane and the beginning of the route up Ingleborough.  The route to the summit is approximately 3.5 miles with an elevation gain of 2,339ft.  Ingleborough’s summit has a long broad plateau and on clear days it definitely worth pausing to take in the stunning views.  From the summit the route heads down to Horton-In-Ribblesdale where there are public toilets and a couple of public houses.

Leaving Horton-In-Ribblesdale the route then tackles Pen-y-ghent, the smaller of the Three Peaks standing at 694m/2277ft.  There is a bit of a scramble towards the top followed by a lovely paved path to the summit.  Once at the summit pop through the hole in the wall and follow the Pennine Way sign – Horton in Ribblesdale.  From here the route is then signposted Yorkshire 3 Peaks – High Birkwith.  Eventually the route meets the B4679 – turn right onto the road and continue until reaching Ribblehead viaduct.  Be aware, this road is extremely busy at weekends with walkers, cyclists, motorbikes and cars.

At Ribblehead you will find a mobile tea van for refreshments.  Whernside whilst being the tallest of the Three Peaks at 736m (2415ft) is, you will be pleased to hear, the easiest to climb.  Once at the summit there is a 3.5 downhill section bringing you out on the B6255 and opposite The Old Hill Inn Pub where walkers are always welcome (check website for opening times).  At the road turn right and walk approximately 1.8 miles before turning right into Chapel-le-Dale.  From here it is a flat/downhill 4 miles back to the village of Ingleton and the Community Centre.