Standing at 723 metres and part of the three peaks together with Whernside and Penyghent. Various routes to the summit from Clapham.
One of Britain’s most striking groups of limestone boulders. Strewn across Crummackdale by mesolithic glaciers. Reach via Thwaite Lane from Clapham.
A spectacular ravine. Following the path from Ingleborough Cave, fit and able walkers can clamber over the rocks of Trow Gill to reach Gaping Gill or continue to Ingleborough Summit.
A 322ft (98 metre) deep pothole, featuring the highest unbroken waterfall in England and an underground chamber large enough to hold York Minster. Non cavers can access via two annual winch meets organised by local caving clubs the Bradford Pothole Club (May) and Craven Pothole Club (August).
Ingleborough Estate Nature Trail
The trail leads you from the old sawmill at the top of the village, past the man-made lake to Ingleborough Cave. See many alpine plant species introduced by renowned local botanist Reginald Farrer (1880-1920) including an amazing collection of rhododendrons.
At the top of the nature trail take a conducted tour through Yorkshire’s premier show cave.