Discover beautiful lakeside woodland en-route to Ingleborough Cave

The gateway to the U.K’s finest limestone scenery, including Ingleborough Cave, Trow Gill gorge, Gaping Gill pothole, Norber Erratics, Limestone Pavements and ultimately the summit of Ingleborough.

Discover beautiful lakeside woodland

The gateway to the U.K’s finest limestone scenery, including Ingleborough Cave and ultimately the summit of Ingleborough.

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Stargazing Beneath Ingleborough

Join expert astronomers for an evening of stargazing, and experience the Ingleborough Estate Nature Trail as never before.

Planet Trail

You are about to travel millions of miles, through our solar system, towards the Sun!

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Ingleborough's gateway

The Ingleborough Estate Nature Trail wends it way past a lake, along a steep river valley through beautiful woodland to Ingleborough Cave. It is the gateway to some of he Yorkshire Dales National Park’s most stunning limestone scenery including Trow Gill gorge, Gaping Gill pothole, the limestone pavements, Norber Erratics and ultimately the summit of Ingleborough Fell. It was established in 1970 to mark European Conservation Year which coincided with the 50th anniversary of the death of one of Clapham’s most famous sons, the plantsman, plant collector and writer Reginald John Farrer (1880-1920).

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Located on the south side of Ingleborough, just above the picturesque village of Clapham in the Yorkshire Dales, we are easily accessible by road and rail. Select below for more details on how to get here.