This is a gem of a walk from the heart of the beautiful village of Ingleton, set in The Dales at the foot of the famous Ingleborough hill.
It takes around 2 to 3 hours to complete the 4.5-mile circuit, first climbing next to the River Twiss, then crossing the hill to return alongside the River Doe. Both rivers are adorned with cascades, rapids and impressive waterfalls, and the carefully constructed pathway allows the walker to get up close and personal with these inspiring features – close enough to feel the spray and really appreciate the atmosphere of being in these stunning glens.
As an introduction to this part of the Yorkshire Dales this route is second to none – offering views of the nearby hills of Ingleborough and Whernside, as well as revealing a striking ecosystem within the river channels which harbours attractive species such as Blackthorn, Celandine and Bluebells.
We use this classic walk as an introductory half-day on our Yorkshire Dales Walking Holiday, which will next be run on June 5-8th. There are 3 places left on this hiking break, so do come and join us if you fancy a few days of soaking up what The Dales has to offer at this special, summery time of year. Full details are at: Yorkshire Dales Walking Holidays.
To read more about the Ingleton Waterfalls Trail please follow this link.
Hope you can join us!