Today is our chosen day to climb Whernside, one of Yorkshire’s 3 peaks. Leaving Whernside by the south-west route to High Pike fills the eyes with the most wonderful sight down to Chapel-le-Dale and across to Ingleborough. The path then becomes In Clapham village head to the Old Manor House for refreshments after your walk. Overall, a great hike and one to recommend. At Bruntscar turn right and then Length 8 miElevation gain 1778 ftRoute type Loop Hiking Nature trips Walking Bird watching running Views Time - 17 hours 20 minutes. Quarry and station in view begin a steep descent taking care not to slip You'll climb to Ingleborough before heading up to Whernside from the famous Ribblehead Viaduct. Whernside, the highest peak in the Yorkshire Dales and thus the highest point of the Yorkshire 3 Peaks, standing at 736 m (2,415 ft) in height.It is a walk up that I enjoy at all times of the year. We left Hawes and headed for Horton in Ribblesdale, the starting point for climbing Pen-y-Ghent and doing the Three Peaks Challenge, a circular 25 mile route that begins and ends at the Pen-y-Ghent Cafe (where you clock in and clock out to verify your time) and takes in the summits of Pen-y-Ghent, Whernside and Ingleborough. summit of Whernside and proceed downhill along the ridge for 1/2 mile. Walk ny171 Ingleborough and Simon Fell from The Old Hill Inn, Ribblehead. 04-May-2020. At Take care not to get too close to the quarry The Dales High Way Section 4: Chapel-le-Dale to Sedbergh, Crag Hill, Great Coum and Gragareth Circular, Ribble Way Section 6: Horton to the Source. Nat Park - Yorkshire Dales - Three Peaks Country. Length 13.8 miElevation gain 3546 ftRoute type Loop with the wall on the right eventually bearing left now with Ribblehead a very well defined path through the limestone pavements and gradually Distance: 7.5 miles. Weather: Sunny spells, wonderful skies. This Yorkshire Dales walk follows a less popular route to the summit, providing an enjoyable excursion with good views of Pen-y-ghent and Whernside adding to the interest. Ingleborough is visible from Whernside summit on a clear day. He was, he said, starving. Traffic jams, rubbish, poor clothing/footwear choices, dogs running wild terrifying sheep and so many miserable looking faces ! on this site, no responsibility can be accepted for any error or omission Climb over the Whernside Whernside Summit to Ingleborough Summit. National Parks, like the Yorkshire Dales, are a great escape from the city, you have the time to connect with nature, relax, enjoy the present or be adventurous. is now Access area and so there is no defined footpath]. From Whernside and The Old Hill Inn, briefly follow the road to Ribblehead before crossing the stile to the right, and following the marked path. The trail offers a number of activity options. Quite a steep incline up Ingleborough with loose footings, the hardest part for us. Whernside Circular. The Walk. By car or train from Ribblehead Back to Ribblehead day out with a variety of trains on the return. Thousands of people use it to walk from Chapel le Dale to the top of the peak. Ingleborough is one of the 'Yorkshire 3 Peaks' and affords wonderful panoramic views of Whernside, Pen-y-Ghent and out to Morecambe Bay and round to the Lakeland Hills. In addition to the long distance between Pen-y-ghent and Whernside, you also have to walk past Whernside and loop around the back. to meet Blea Moor Signal Box. on the wet grass. Follow the Yorkshire Three Peaks Walk Pen-y-ghent > Whernside > Ingleborough Video run time: Part 1: 29 minutes - Part 2: 20 minutes - Part 3: 29 minutes . From the wonderful solitude of the walk from Ingleton to Whernside, the masses were joined on the section of the Yorksire Three Peaks walk that I included. Cross the aqueduct and follow the left had path Station access road turn right on to the main road in front of the Station the pasture eventually to meet a wall at the left hand side. On our organised walks, Ingleborough is our first peak, walking in an anti-clockwise direction. Take a while to admire the view over Ribblehead and towards Pen The Yorkshire three peaks challenge is a circular walk which encompasses three major peaks in the Yorkshire Dales, Pen-Y-Ghent, Whernside, and Ingleborough, arguably the best-known hills in the area. The walk south with huge views of Ribblesdale to the left, Ingleborough ahead and the hoarfrost covered fence was quite superb, as was the contrast between the green valley and the snowy ridge I was on. the boggy and environmentally sensitive lower slopes. Ingleborough is the second highest peak in Yorkshire, over-topped by Whernside, with the summit visited by many people each year. Retrace steps Essential repairs are currently being carried out on one of the paths used for walking to or from the summit of Ingleborough from Chapel-le-Dale. right through a gate and proceed to the summit plateau of Ingleborough Awesome trail tough on the thighs though we ended up Pen-y-ghent Summit to Whernside Summit . This page It was only a couple of miles, but the difference was phenominal. The third peak is Pen-y-ghent. rising uphill. In fact over the last couple of years I have been enjoying climbing some … towards Bruntscar with a stile enroute. Ghent. See it and more on this superb walk from Clapham See it and more on this superb walk from Clapham TGF0bzpyZWd1bGFy The mountains of Whernside (736 m or 2,415 ft), Ingleborough (723 m or 2,372 ft) and Pen-y-ghent (694 m or 2,277 ft) are collectively known as the Three Peaks.The peaks, which form part of the Pennine range, encircle the head of the valley of the River Ribble in the Yorkshire Dales National Park in … As we continued our walk on to the long ridge of Whernside at around 400 metres high the long distance views began to emerge. I travel for travel's sake. As this grassy track is walked along, there is an excellent view back to the left of Ingleborough effectively being framed between the railway arches. The trail is primarily used for hiking, walking, nature trips, and bird watching. only just after the pub turn right over a narrow stile. wall downhill for 300m or so until a stile is reached. the pub and railway station. It is an awesome panorama which is completed by looking directly down the line of the Whernside massive to High Pike, Low Pike and to West Fell which leads straight down to unseen Twisleton and to the Ingleton Waterfalls. It’s the last hurdle before the 4-mile walk back to Horton-in-Ribblesdale. Our walk today will test not just Stuart but me also, todays route will come in just under the sixteen mile mark & unusually for me, just the two summits will only be included. There are ten amazing national parks in We could walk and talk freely again. The Yorkshire Three Peaks is a well-known challenge walk. Leaving Whernside by the south-west route to High Pike fills the eyes with the most wonderful sight down to Chapel-le-Dale and across to Ingleborough. The path known as High Lot is one of the routes used to climb Ingleborough, near Ingleton in North Yorkshire. Turn left at a stile to follow the path to the summit ridge of Very hard and very long. It’s very steep, loose rock in places and had me scrambling at times. we did it clockwise which seemed to be the opposite direction to everyone else on the day Its striking appearance is thanks to its unique geology; three distinct geological tiers give the fell a ‘layered’ appearance. No scrambling is required. The trail is marked as hard and believable me, it's a tough hike. This then becomes Walk 1 - Whernside circular (736m) - 8 miles - 4.5 hours - One of the the most popular walks in the locality so be prepared to see lots of people!A good introduction to the 3 Peaks with good paths most of the way and easy route finding. Walking | Ingleborough from Ribblehead | Route type: WalkDifficulty: EasySurface: AverageIngleborough must be Yorkshire's most-climbed mountain and there are several enjoyable routes to its summit. Walk 1 - Whernside circular (736m) - 8 miles - 4.5 hours - One of the the most popular walks in the locality so be prepared to see lots of people!A good introduction to the 3 Peaks with good paths most of the way and easy route finding. and Ingleborough Circular, Walk You eventually climb to the summit via smaller the outlying peak of Little Ingleborough, then return via a different route that heads roughly east from the top of Ingleborough on the Dales High Way before sweeping south towards Clapham. Once you have touched the trig, head back through the gate to begin the trail to Ingleborough. Once you have completed the decline from Whernside, the next checkpoint is the The Old Hill Inn. gates bear slightly to the left to pick up the Natural England waymarked First to pop its head into view was Ingleborough. All timings are approximate and for a person of average fitness and A 15-mile walk in the Yorkshire Dales. Navigation Tips for Ingleborough from Ingleton Fine views of Whernside and the magnificent Ribblehead viaduct. This walk follows Clapham Beck to Trow Gill then passes the famous cave of Gaping Gill, one of the largest underground chambers in Britain. the bottom of the slope go through the gate and bear diagonally left across This trail has been reviewed and updated to reflect the comments in this review. Route description: Ribblehead-Ribblehead Viaduct-Gunnerfleet Farm-Winterscales-Ivescar-Broadrake-High Pike-Whernside-Dales High Way-Little Dale-Bleamoor Sidings-Ribblehead Viaduct-Ribblehead My walk up Ingleborough yesterday may have been unplanned but today's up Whernside wasn't. Research relevant preparation as these mountains can hurt!! The descent from Whernside is one single path leading all the way to the bottom. There is a GPX file for a circular walk taking in Ingleborough and Whernside summits which can be found Here Cheers. The Yorkshire three peaks challenge is a circular walk which encompasses three major peaks in the Yorkshire Dales, Pen-Y-Ghent, Whernside, and Ingleborough, arguably the best-known hills in the area In our humble opinion the Yorkshire Three Peaks Challenge offers some of the best scenery in the country. slightly now with a wall on the right to reach a stile. Amazing hike with Frankie. Yorkshire Dales National Park Authority. Started early and on a hot humid day, this made it tougher, Whernside was a nice gradual hike up coming from Hiking | Whernside and Ingleborough | A 13-mile walk up the two higher of the Yorkshire Three Peaks. Cross a stile in a stone wall and drop slightly down hill. Ingleborough path works – update 15 December 2020 . There are two excellent ways of climbing Whernside. edge. Going a different route back down though which ended up taking it to 18 mile. map. Emerging at the top bear Ingleborough is visible from Whernside summit on a clear day. Ascent - 5000 feet / 1515 metres . Part of the recommended route approaching Ingleborough was closed, but diversions were clear. After 200m or so turn left along the track towards the viaduct. Ingleborough. Did this as a training walk for another route I'm doing in a few weeks and thought it would be a good one. Walkers: Andrew. One option is to head for Dent and climb Whernside from there. The Walk There are two excellent ways of climbing Whernside. Whernside and Ingleborough Sunday 12th September 2004 When you start talking about the three peaks to anyone, assuming they have heard about them, they will assume you are referring to the national three peaks challenge that has been hijacked by charities as a way of earning money. Whernside from Ingleton. The views were amazing though, and to see Ingleborough looming in the distance creates a challenge and motivation to keep going. Leave the 2000s on this walk: Whernside (736m), Ingleborough (723m) Additional summits: Park Fell (563m) Other points of interest: Ribblehead viaduct, Braithwaite Wife Hole, Scoutherscales Scars. Logged I travel not to go anywhere, but to go. Climbing Ingleborough from Ingleton is the most straightforward and safe way to the summit. Still got some good mileage in so not all bad. South to Bruntscar, then south-west along the Dales High Way and A Pennine Journey to Twisleton Hall and Beezleys. In my eyes Ingleborough is the best and most interesting of the 3 Peaks. Grid ref: Ingleborough. There is a good choice of ways to the top, fabulous limestone scenery and views across into the Lake District as well as the Dales themselves. Plotted with the plotaroute.com route planner. Ingleborough & Whernside. Area: Yorkshire Dales. to Ribblehead. Finally back to Ingleton via the return leg of the Ingleton Waterfalls Trail. I chose to walk to Whernside and back via the very impressive limestone formations of Twisleton Scar. but I definitely think Ingleborough peak would have been better to do anticlockwise on this route, because it was a very steep descent (clockwise). From Simon Fell we continued on to the lower but more distinct Park Fell. Any walk combining the superb viaduct at Ribblehead with the highest point in Yorkshire must be good. Date of walk: 18th September 2015. A challenge alright esp for a novice. With an altitude of 724m Ingleborough is the second highest of the legendary Yorkshire Three Peaks, but it’s by far the most well known peak in the area. Inn. The two areas to watch out for are the decent from Whernside and the climb on Ingleborough. not pass under the viaduct but stay to the right of the railway line eventually I had never been to Ingleton before, so I took the opportunity of starting and finishing a walk there. Ingleborough can be seen from this point. maintaining the same contour. It is one of the Yorkshire Three Peaks (the other two being Whernside and Pen-y-ghent ), and is frequently climbed as part of the Three Peaks walk . Would advice sticking to the route. trail and pass through a gate. Whernside and Ingleborough Circular Walk is a 22.2 kilometer loop trail located near Carnforth, Lancashire, England that offers the chance to see wildlife and is rated as difficult. If in any doubt walkers should always consult the relevant OS reaches two large gates forming a sheep compound. Circular walk taking in both Ingleborough and Pen Y Ghent Summits. The descent from Whernside is one single path leading all the way to the bottom. For additional questions please email support@alltrails.com, great walk; amazing views... on a clear day, we could certainly see the sea, and possibly could see isle of man from whenside peak. Ingleborough is a fine walk on its own and the best way to enjoy the peak is to walk right over it. The repairs are taking place on the steepest section of the footpath from Humphrey’s Bottom towards the summit, also known as High Lot. Can be done in a single day, or with a wild-camp on either peak. The upcoming set of signposts, just behind the gate and hut, will point you in the right direction. through a gate and uphill along the Craven Way [a bridleway] for 1/4 mile taking care to note the the point of return [difficult in mist]. I think the whenside peak is pretty similar and gradual ascent/descent on each side; the gate step across the small stream and continue around the hillside Boggy at the bottom but a tough climb upto the top path. This rugged circular walk is a Yorkshire Dales classic, exploring Ingleborough’s most famous features on the way to its mighty summit. This is pulling information from the places imported from the POI database. County/Area - North Yorkshire. Whilst I thought it was a good idea my son didn’t. After Thornton Force, it’s uphill at Twisleton Scar End, followed by a four-mile north-easterly trek to Whernside. The walk heads down to Sulber and then affords wonderful views across … The path known as High Lot is one of the routes used to climb Ingleborough, near Ingleton in North Yorkshire. Whernside Circular. was last updated on Route: Whernside. The path climbs some steps about thirty yards to the right of the wall, then continues on slowly drawing in towards the wall. Upon emerging at the main road turn right and thence Whernside. Pen-y-ghent, Whernside & Ingleborough from Horton Introduction to Walk 3433. Ingleborough from Ribblehead A moderate walk (mountain (above 600m)) in national park Yorkshire Dales starting and finishing in North Yorkshire, England, about 15.00km (9.32 mi) long with an estimated walking time of about 5:30h. It's been a few months since I was last on the high fells, and I was in two minds about whether it should be Ingleborough or Whernside that I would visit today. By car or train from Ribblehead Back to Ribblehead Date: 30th May 2005 Distance: 12.4 miles Ascent: 3357 feet Time: 6 hours 15 mins With: Matt Start Grid Ref: SD764790. Current route can be seen in recording on the incline. Starting at Ribblehead station, tucked in between the three peaks, this walk goes over the summit before dropping down to Horton in Ribblesdale station. I was right! Hiking | Whernside and Ingleborough | A 13-mile walk up the two higher of the Yorkshire Three Peaks. It is unsuitable for families with children, prams & pushchairs, wheelchairs. Walk up Ingleborough from Clapham Ingleborough is perhaps the most famed peak in the Yorkshire Dales thanks to its imposing profile, especially its north face. The historic mullioned farmhouse was built in 1640 and has since been renovated to house the Clapham Bunkhouse (Group Accommodation) and The Reading Room Cafe/Bar licensed to sell hot food, alcohol, arts, crafts and gifts. Des sections de ce sentier ont été signalées fermées pour entretien (décembre 2020). The Walk. Repairs began in August 2020 and are now nearing completion. quickly left along farm track passing Philpins Farm where there is a refreshment From Ingleborough we left heading east for the true purpose of the walk that was to bag Simon Fell one of the last couple of Dales 2000fters we had to do. stile and cross the rough pasture with the wall now on the right [this We managed to hike Whernside and Ingleborough in 7.5 hours and do 35,219 steps The historic mullioned farmhouse was built in 1640 and has since been renovated to house the Clapham Bunkhouse (Group Accommodation) and The Reading Room Cafe/Bar licensed to sell hot food, alcohol, arts, crafts and gifts. After passing back through the stone gate, follow the path leading towards Ingleborough. Ingleborough. This is a magnificent high level route across The path then becomes a series of timber walkways crossing It was not much of a climb to the top of Simon Fell and in truth its unmarked top was a bit of an anti-climax. The walk starts in front of the Old Hill Inn - roadside parking is available nearby. National Parks, like the Yorkshire Dales, are a great escape from the city, you have the time to connect with nature, relax, enjoy the present or be adventurous. Circular walk taking in Pen Y ghent and Whernside summits. from the summit down to the gate again. I think you may gather by now that Ingleborough & Whernside aren’t exactly close together in that both summits are spread apart by five miles of bog, beautiful Limestone Pavements & rolling green pasture’s. 7  By car or train from Ribblehead: Little Ingleborough is ascended on the way up to Ingleborough's summit. or so. The path climbs I think you may gather by now that Ingleborough & Whernside aren’t exactly close together in that both summits are spread apart by five miles of bog, beautiful Limestone Pavements & rolling green pasture’s. Ingleborough from Park Fell With an optimistic view to doing the 3 Peaks challenge (Whernside, Pen-y-Ghent & Ingleborough in under 12 hours), we decided to try and do both Whernside and Ingleborough in under 7 hours, a distance of around 13.5 miles, we did manage this - just, but we decided that walking against the clock wasn't for us. Do Ingleborough (723 m or 2,372 ft) is the second-highest mountain in the Yorkshire Dales, England. The path descends to reach the quarry floor from where it is an The summit The official challenge is to walk the 24-mile route in twelve hours, no mean feat when you consider the length, the terrain and the 1,600 metres of ascent as you cross Pen-Y-Ghent, Whernside (Yorkshire's highest summit) and Ingleborough. Map of the Walk Walk Notes Cracking day on the hills, biting cold all day except the last 30 minutes, snowing on Ingleborough, high winds on both tops and wet underfoot on the descent from Whernside. The walk starts from the RIbblehead Station, passing the Ribblehead Viaduct, following the train line that was supposed to have been served by a steam train today but had been cancelled due to a Firemen strike then crosses over the railway and follows the valley along before climbing up towards Whernside. Definitely a workout on the knees, be prepared! Looking towards Ingleborough part of the Yorkshire Dales Three Peaks walk. The Yorkshire Three Peaks Walk is a very demanding but rewarding walk, which takes in the summits of Pen-y-ghent (694 metres - 2,276 feet), Whernside (736 metres - 2,415 feet) and Ingleborough (723 metres 2,372 feet) all in one circular route. Whernside (736m) and Ingleborough (723m) circular - 13½ miles - 6 hours. the rest is moderate to hard, but with a steady pace it's achievable. From bottom of Ingleborough up it was tough going as they had closed the main path for maintenance (the one with the stone steps). The last time I’d been up Whernside was about 10 years ago, as part of a group tackling the Yorkshire 3 Peaks Challenge. You will see a stone gate upon reaching the summit of Whernside. Need to know. Cross the stream twice by stepping stones Initially it was Ingleborough and Whernside loop but bad weather forced us to stop after Ingleborough. However, after passing through Length - 24.5 miles / 39.8 km. Important Passing though these Bear left at the ridge to follow the wall to the summit trig Turn near left passing the Hill Inn and The viaduct but the decent towards ingleborough was hard and tough, the accent up ingleborough is very hard and tough going with a very steep incline and the Carries on more up to the summit, walk all way down ingleborough was muddy and again hard declines just on grass with no footings and steep areas but views are priceless and it’s a great walk you feel you have a view of both mountains climbed and really appreciate what you have done. very steep with steps cut into the hillside. We’d already walked for 1.5 hours to reach Gaping Gill, on the flank of Ingleborough, so it seemed a shame not to climb the hill. kiosk to reach the main road. and a small footbridge arriving at the Force Gill Aqueduct carrying the Thousands of people use it to walk from Chapel le Dale to the top of the peak. Can be done in a single day, or with a wild-camp on either peak. Whernside Loop Trail is a 8 mile loop trail located near Ingleton, North Yorkshire, England that offers scenic views and is rated as moderate. Continue again The combination of Whernside and Ingleborough provides an excellent note:- Whilst the author has taken every care in assembling the information It is a delight to spot is Ingleborough, a shapely mountain from all sides. Grade - very hard. It's a fine walking day out and, thanks to the Settle-Carlisle railway, you can go up one side and down the other - surely the best way to tackle any mountain! herein. There is a GPX file for a circular walk taking in Ingleborough and Whernside summits which can be found Here Cheers. Brief route description. point. Downhills are crazy hard if you lack the thigh muscle to cope. Thanks for your feedback. Author - Barry Mackie. Sections of this trail have been reported closed for maintenance (December 2020). windbreak and trig point will emerge in front. In fact over the last couple of years I have been enjoying climbing some … Any walk combining the superb viaduct at Ribblehead with the highest point in Yorkshire must be good. ninthace. Whernside Ingleborough Circular Walk 13 miles (21.5 km) This challenging circular walk visits two of the famous Yorkshire Three Peaks. From the top of Pen-y-ghent you are now rewarded with your first downhill section of the 25-mile route. This linear walk from Ribblehead exploits paths on its north and east flanks, incorporating two of the subsidiary 'tops' that make up the mountain mass. The route can be started from several different points, finishing in the same place and covers 39.2km (24,5miles), the complete route can be viewed on map OL2 Ordnance Survey Explorer. under the railway bridge to reach Ribblehead and The trig point can be found by going through the gate. The combination of Whernside and Ingleborough provides an excellent day out with a variety of trains on the return. stream over the railway. For me though its long summit ridge is one of Whernside’s chief glories. Walk Summary: A fine walk taking in two of the Three Peaks of Yorkshire as well as a the lower heights of Simon Fell and Park Fell. Of the Yorkshire Three Peaks, Whernside often seems to come off worse in comparisons with Ingleborough and Pen-y-Ghent. Ingleborough is one of the great English peaks. Ingleborough Mountain Pubs/Cafes. In the end I plumped for Whernside and I route that I've done before, taking in the fell's southwest ridge and Whernside Tarns. easy walk to the quarry entrance [through the nature reserve] and the Ingleborough path works Essential repairs are currently being carried out on one of the paths used for walking to or from the summit of Ingleborough from Chapel-le-Dale. Whernside was a lovely walk with fantastic views across the viaduct and beyond. quarry access road. Souther Scales Fell has good views down to Ribblehead and across to Whernside. For me though its long summit ridge is one of Whernside’s chief glories. There are ten amazing national parks in The temp path is literally across the field and straight up the side the mountain. The trail is primarily used for hiking, walking, nature trips, and bird watching. Whernside is one of Yorkshire's Three Peaks, along with Ingleborough and Pen-y-ghent. Of the Yorkshire Three Peaks, Whernside often seems to come off worse in comparisons with Ingleborough and Pen-y-Ghent. 0300 456 0030 info@yorkshiredales.org.uk From Ribblehead At 2372ft (723metres) Ingleborough is second only to Whernside as Yorkshire’s highest mountain and normally the first or last in the famous Yorkshire Three Peaks walk, depending on which way round it is tackled. In Clapham village head to the Old Manor House for refreshments after your walk. Ingleborough Mountain Pubs/Cafes. The peak of Ingleborough is marked by a cairn. The main path then turns left and descends steeply with a series of steps This is Park Fell. However the most popular and well known is the classic climb from the world famous viaduct at Ribblehead. Our walk up Ingleborough was an add-on to our Gaping Gill cave descent. Whernside and Ingleborough Circular Walk is a 13.8 mile loop trail located near Carnforth, Lancashire, England that offers the chance to see wildlife and is rated as difficult. Whernside and Ingleborough Circular Walk 7 By car or train from Ribblehead: Whernside (736m) and Ingleborough (723m) circular - 13½ miles - 6 hours. It is perfectly possible to start the walk in the centre of Ingleton but if you have transport save yourself a mile each way by driving to the car park at the east end of the village. Yoredale Bainbridge Leyburn North Yorkshire | DL8 3EL. 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