Ingleton Waterfalls Trail, Ingleton

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Comfortable shoes are all you need to enjoy Ingleton Waterfalls Trail, a hugely popular circular trail noted for its varied wildlife and geological features. Proud locals claim that this trail, 8 km (5 mi) long and with a vertical rise of 169 m (554 ft), includes some of the most spectacular waterfall and woodland scenery in the north of England. See what the fuss is about by taking a walk along the rivers Twiss and Doe, which form several waterfalls varying in size and power. Don’t stop until you reach the Triple Spout, featuring three lively waterfalls cascading side by side. Remember that the entire trail is on private land, with a fee charged at the entrance. Make Ingleton Waterfalls Trail part of your personalized Ingleton itinerary using our Ingleton trip itinerary builder tool.
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  • The one and only previous visit here was around 15 years ago, and it was the first time we became interested in hiking. So as we were staying around 30 minutes away we decided to visit and do some... 
    The one and only previous visit here was around 15 years ago, and it was the first time we became interested in hiking. So as we were staying around 30 minutes away we decided to visit and do some...  more »
  • A pleasant walk if a little strenuous in places but definitely worth the entrance fee. Waterfalls were in full flow and the woodlands were abound with all sorts of wild flowers. Lots of steps some... 
    A pleasant walk if a little strenuous in places but definitely worth the entrance fee. Waterfalls were in full flow and the woodlands were abound with all sorts of wild flowers. Lots of steps some...  more »
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  • Went here yesterday and absolutely loved the place! First stopped by for lunch at The Falls, then started the walking trail. Paid £8 entrance fee(adult)£4 for children, and free for 🐶. Parking is free on site. The trail is a circular route. 4.5 miles in total, and takes about 2.5-3 hours to complete. Took us a bit longer to stop by for ice cream, coffee and few minutes to rest and enjoy the beauty of the place. There’s food van near the first big falls(that only takes cash). Then there’s an ice cream van in the middle(takes cards), then there’s clean toilets on the refreshment centre(also takes cards). Make sure you have proper walking shoes as some parts of the trail are steep and slippery. It was busy when we went there yesterday. Can only imagine it getting busier later in summer. But overall,we had a great experience and it’s a beautiful place to explore.❤️
  • Amazing location, beautiful scenery and a lovely walk in the Yorkshire dales! Definitely allow 4+ hours so you can enjoy the walk and the various spots you can stop at and enjoy the walk! There are a lot of steps along the route so not good for people who aren't good at steps! Revisited it and it's still stunningly beautiful and would definitely still recommend it!

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