Ingleborough via Ingleborough Cave, Trow Gill, Gaping Gill and Little Ingleborough
Video run time: 39 minutes 12 seconds
Ingleborough, one of the 'Yorkshire 3 Peaks', is arrived at by way of way of 3 natural delights of the Yorkshire Dales. Leaving Clapham, the path makes its way up to Ingleborough Cave, where time can be spent visiting one of the best show caves in the country. Then on to Gaping Gill, a 105m deep pothole by way of Trow Gill, an ever narrowing gorge. Little Ingleborough is ascended on the way up to Ingleborough's summit. The walk heads down to Sulber and then affords wonderful views across Moughton Scars, before returning to Clapham via Long Lane.
|Parking:||The walk starts from large National Park pay and display car park (grid reference
|Directions:||Nearest post code for Sat Nav: LA2 8EQ - get directions here|
|Walk distance:||11.2 miles (17.9 Km)|
|Estimated walk time:||5 hours 25 minutes|
|Height climbed:||730 metres|
|Grade:||3-C: A long walk that has rugged terrain and some steep climbs|
|Peaks / summits:||Ingleborough (724m)|
|Map:||Ordnance Survey - Explorer EX002 (Yorkshire Dales - Southern and Western areas)|
|Walk features:||Birds, Café, Flowers, Geographical features, Hills or Fells, Pubs, Stream or River, Views, Wildlife|
|Facilities / refreshments:||Pub and cafe in Clapham. More pubs and cafes in nearby Ingleton and Settle|
|Nearest town:||Walk starts in Clapham|
|Walk Tags:||Video walk, Clapham, Videowalk, Videowalks, Video walks, Yorkshire, Yorkshire Dales, Three Peaks, Ingleborough Cave, Clapham Beck, Clapdale Drive, Trow Gill, Gaping Gill, Little Ingleborough, Ingleborough, Simon Fell Breast, Shooting Hut, Nick Pot, Sulber Pot, Sulber Gate, Moughton Scars, Sulber, Crummack Dale, Long Scar, Thwaite Scars, Long Lane, Robin Proctor's Scar, St James Church|
|Video run time:||39 minutes 12 seconds|
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