Cycling in Ingleton
With wide open sky above you, beautiful rolling hills around you and winding roads that sweep along with very little traffic, the Yorkshire Dales is a cyclists dream.
Other things to do nearby
The rolling hills and virtually traffic-free roads around us make for superb cycling country while Gisburn Forest (20 miles away) has red, blue and green routes to suit all ages and mountain biking ab
Canoeing, kayaking and rafting all available within the local area.
Nearby Chapel-le-Dale is the historical starting point of the Yorkshire Three Peak Challenge. So if you’re planning to take on Ingleborough, Pen-y-Ghent and Whernside, then YHA Ingleton is ideal.
Twisleton Scar is a single pitch cliff and is perfect for honing your climbing skills - top roping your family with the open vista spread out before you. Ingleton village's Indoor Climbing Wall is on
White Scar Cave, Britain’s longest show cave, enjoys a magnificent setting in the Yorkshire Dales National Park.
A wonderland of sculpted passages and beautiful cave formations which were hidden behind large calcite dams until 1837.
72 mile route from Settle to Carlisle takes you on a journey through the magnificent Yorkshire Dales. Visit the website
Get out and about on your bike and enjoy the landscape, with lots of forest and hill trails to discover and breathtaking views of the Stocks Reservoir.
The little zoo with lots to do! A unique and exciting blend of exotic wildlife and interactive hands-on displays.
The Yorkshire Dales is renowned for its walking terrain, and there aren’t many better reasons as to why than a visit to Malham Cove and Gordale Scar. Formed by a melting glacier at the end of
Fountains Fell Distance: 8.5 miles/14km Start/Finish: Malham Tarn Field Centre, BD24 9PU Terrain: Track, trail, rough moorland Toughness: Challenging Ascent: 395 metres Navigation: Mod
Slaidburn is the classic stopping point on the Lands End to John O’ Groats route.
Explore the wild, open moors above Slaidburn and look out for the rare and elusive Hen Harrier - the symbol of the Forest of Bowland Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty. Discovering Britain walk with
Quarry faced climbing is available at Trowbarrow Quarry in Silverdale. The strata are tilted vertically, meaning that the climb is up the bedding plain making a challenging climb.
Two nationally important wetland reserves. Free entry for YHA guests arriving at RSPB by bike or rail.
Malham Cove, as seen in one of the Harry Potter films, was used for training by the successful 1953 Everest Expedition, and has some of the toughest Limestone routes in the world.