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Walk Ingleborough walking UK Mountains in The Southern Dales The Yorkshire Dales National Park North Yorkshire    England
Ingleborough Summit

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84th highest Mountain in England
145th highest Mountain in England & Wales

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Other walkers who hiked, climbed, bagged and summited Ingleborough Fellow go4awalkers who have walked up, climbed & bagged Ingleborough

Jason Johnston walked up Ingleborough on July 12th, 2014 [from/via/route] Old Hill Inn [with] Bexter [weather] Cloudy

David Congreave climbed Ingleborough on May 30th, 2014 [from/via/route] Yorkshire 3 Peaks [with] Simon on the Streets and Kuta Outdoors

Pam Joy bagged Ingleborough on April 30th, 2014 [from/via/route] Clapham [with] David and Paddy the lurcher [weather] Misty - Couldn't find the path to make a circular route so went up and down the same way.

David Noble hiked Ingleborough on March 9th, 2014 [from/via/route] The Wall from Whernside [weather] Overcast with sunny spells but no rain - Great day and first outing with the Walking forum

Kerry Wykes summited Ingleborough during 2009 [from/via/route] Whernside to Horton

Fleur Piercy walked up Ingleborough during July, 2011 [from/via/route] Ingleborough [weather] Sunny

Angela Moroney climbed Ingleborough during 2013 [with] Captain Turner

James Brocken bagged Ingleborough on August 18th, 2012 [from/via/route] Ribblehead

Darren Mortimer hiked Ingleborough on June 1st, 2013 [from/via/route] Horton in Ribblesdale [with] Dermot Palmer [weather] Sunny

Erica Ballard summited Ingleborough during April, 2008 [with] Joe [weather] Wet, mist

Andrew Joss walked up Ingleborough on October 30th, 2013 [from/via/route] Clapham [with] Barbara [weather] Windy!

Martin Leighfield climbed Ingleborough on June 16th, 2010 [from/via/route] Yorkshire 3 Peaks

Kenneth Mellor bagged Ingleborough during 1996 [from/via/route] Ingleton via waterfalls [with] Goole & District

Wyn Griffiths hiked Ingleborough on September 27th, 2013 [from/via/route] Wizzard Walk 2013 - As part of Yorks 3 Peaks [with] Andy Hudspith, Chris Woodhouse, & Debs Jones [weather] Perfect autum walking weather

Pamela Seniore summited Ingleborough on August 31st, 2013 [from/via/route] Started at the Old Hill Inn @ 7.00 am. [with] MB, Fudge, Phil, Sam, RB, Vicki, Shirl, Gary, Guesty, Ollie & Anna, Stu, Army Mark, Joe, Dean & Runner Bloke [weather] Clear & Dry - The 3 Yorky Peaks - was hoping for 10.5 hours in good shape & first girl to cross the line. This peak not a problem, was middle of the pack.

Chris Lund walked up Ingleborough on September 9th, 2013 [from/via/route] From Horton, onto national Park just North of Selside, From Colt Park, over Park Fell, Simon Fell and onto Ingleborough, came down East side of Ingleborough and back to Horton [with] Mark [weather] Weather was so changeable, started dry, bright and a little fresh, low cloud evident all day on tops, when we got to summit of Ingleborough we had maybe 5 minutes before cloud closed in then we had rain, winds, hail and a little thunder before the sun came out again when we got to Nick Pot - Started geocaching, it gives my much younger nephew something to do while I catch up

Beth Webster climbed Ingleborough during May, 2012 [with] Hannah, Kate, Bev and Rick Phillips

Gary Powell bagged Ingleborough on August 26th, 2013 [from/via/route] clapham [with] husband [weather] really hot and sunny - great weather for views but very hard ascent due to the heat!!!! Make sure you take a compass for the descent as the path is very unclear and it takes a while to get to the marked track, the compass assures you that you are heading in the right direction. Beware in foggy weather as the descent has a lot of deep holes and peat bog pools, one which had a very putrified sheep in it, wouldn't like to have ended up swimming with it!!!!

Adrian Roberts hiked Ingleborough during June, 2013 [from/via/route] Clapham

Christine Shepherd summited Ingleborough during October, 2003 [from/via/route] From Horton in Ribblesdale as part of 'The Three Peaks walk' [with] A group from St George's Church [weather] Bright autumn weather - Had done the three peaks twice before this but I can't find the dates. This was definitely the best one though in terms of weather and company. Climbed Ingleborough again just before my Coast to Coast on 11.4.11 and slipped whilst crossing Gaping Gill and broke my thumb! Climbed this again on 15.7.13. from The Old Hill Inn in cloud.

Martin Hobson walked up Ingleborough on June 21st, 2013 [from/via/route] Whernside via Chapel le Dale [with] Peter Mckevitt [weather] Bright sunshine

Stephen Eddy climbed Ingleborough on May 18th, 2013 [from/via/route] Chapel le dale Yorkshire 3 peaks [with] Mike Woodhouse, Tony Harris, Neil Whitehead [weather] Rain, misty - 10 hours 20 minutes

Gilbert Vasey bagged Ingleborough during June, 2012 [with] JD and Mark [weather] Hail and foggy

Phil Smith hiked Ingleborough on July 4th, 2009 [from/via/route] NY171

Andrew Heath summited Ingleborough during June, 2006 [from/via/route] three peaks after whernside [with] Nick and David [weather] Rain and lots of it

Leona Skelton walked up Ingleborough during January, 2011 [from/via/route] Ingleton [with] John [weather] Cool - Beautiful clear view

Iain Taylor climbed Ingleborough on October 24th, 2011 [from/via/route] Horton in Ribblesdale (SD 80844 72499)

Chris Bramley bagged Ingleborough on June 4th, 2010 [with] Jaq, Blake [weather] Dry

Michael Mcandrew hiked Ingleborough on May 25th, 2009 [from/via/route] walk ny130 - The Old Head Inn, Braithwaite Wife Hole, Humphrey Bottom, Ingleborough, Quaking Pot, Crina Bottom Farm, Raven Scar, Harry Hillams Moss, Braithwaite Wife Hole, The Old Head Inn. [with] Debbie Pinder and Cameron McAndrew [weather] Sunny and Warm

Bill Todd walked up, climbed & bagged Ingleborough on September 29th, 2012 [from/via/route] Ribblehead [weather] Windy, overcast and occasional rain - 10.5 miles from Ribblehead station, Park Felll, Black Rock, Simon Fell, Ingleborough summit then back to Horton in Ribblesdale

Simon Wilde walked up Ingleborough on September 8th, 2012 [from/via/route] Three peaks from Horton in ribblesdale [with] Nicola Wilde & mountain monkeys [weather] Misty in the morning turning into a beautiful sunny day - 11 hours 49 mins yes!!!!

Dave Gutcher climbed Ingleborough during 1985 [with] Ernie Roper - Part of 3 Peaks Walk in under 12 hours

Fiona Smales bagged Ingleborough on May 1st, 2011 [from/via/route] from Wherside - did all three peaks [with] Lynda Sheperd [weather] Good - sunny

Malcolm Broughton hiked Ingleborough on June 21st, 2008 [from/via/route] Horton in Rippondale [with] Scouts [weather] wet

Sam Badger summited Ingleborough on July 9th, 2012 [from/via/route] Whernside [with] Wicker Camp Thai Boxing Gym Sheffield, training for the UK 3 Peaks on behalf of the British Heart Foundation [weather] Overcast with occasional showers and sunny outbreaks.

Deborah Lyon walked up Ingleborough on June 30th, 2012 [from/via/route] From Ribbledhead to Clapham [with] Laura Moffitt [weather] Sunny and warm with occasional showers

Ian Fraser climbed Ingleborough on September 19th, 2008 [with] Dunton Work colleagues [weather] rain, mist, wind.

Ray O'Hara bagged Ingleborough on June 7th, 2012 [from/via/route] Walked from B6255. Old Hill Inn, returned via Simon Fell. [weather] Lost in cloud and frequently rain for the majority of the route - I used walk NY101

Gerry Smith hiked Ingleborough during June, 2005 [from/via/route] From Pen-y Ghent Horton in Ribblesdale ( Part of 3 peaks walk ) [with] Several people from Emmanuel. [weather] warm & sunny - Missed out Whernside. Felt ill after Pen y Ghent but was ok for Ingleborough

Charlie Housley summited Ingleborough on April 9th, 2011 [from/via/route] From Clapham village via gaping Gill. [with] Dave Cookson and Tony Williams. [weather] Glorious, probably a bit too warm in all honesty. - A great day out with two valued friends.

Nick Bennett has walked up Ingleborough - several times

Lee Senior climbed Ingleborough on September 20th, 2008 [from/via/route] Part of the fourth time completing the Yorkshire three-peaks

Fiona Wales bagged Ingleborough on July 9th, 2010 [with] Tom

Steve Cobb hiked Ingleborough on April 22nd, 2011 [from/via/route] 3 peaks challenge - See Whernside comments

Lynn Symonds summited Ingleborough on October 2nd, 2011 [from/via/route] Clapham [with] Sharon Haynes [weather] Misty wet start - clear when we got to the top and sunny on the way back down

Wayne Linley walked up Ingleborough on August 22nd, 1994 [from/via/route] regiment campsite [with] 5rrf [weather] sunny, clear - part of regimental outdoor training

Neil Wallbank climbed Ingleborough on June 10th, 2011 [from/via/route] Clapham [with] Alone [weather] Good

David Norman bagged Ingleborough on June 24th, 2011 [from/via/route] Horton in Ribblesdale [with] Matthew Norman (Son) [weather] Fine but overcast mainly with occasional sunny periods - Third leg of Yorkshire 3 Peaks Challenge (completed in 11 hours 58 minutes.)

Andrew Buxton, Victoria Bates, John Edwards, Jo White, Trevor Williams, Martyn Howarth, Louise Sandwith, David Parker, John Cuthbert, Carrie Bray, Dave Milner, Adrian Bibby, Elaine Kenny, Chris Bede, Rob Barklamb, Sandra Rudd, Linda Walker, Adam Shewry, Les Wrightson, Matthew Thomas, Anthony Matthews, Ben George, Steve Davenport, Matthew Chambers, John Reynolds and Stephen Millington have also all walked, climbed & bagged Ingleborough.

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More Photographs & Pictures of views from, on or of Ingleborough

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Panoramic picture on, of or from Ingleborough

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1. *Ingleborough and Whernside from Pen-y-ghent in the early morning light
Photo: Wayne Hill (54)

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The Yorkshire Three Peaks Challenge - approaching Ingleborough

2. The Yorkshire Three Peaks Challenge - approaching Ingleborough
Photo: William Ringwood (6)

Sunset from the summit of Ingleborough

3. Sunset from the summit of Ingleborough
Photo: Gary Davis (2)

The long haul back to Horton in Ribblesdale from Ingleborough

4. The long haul back to Horton in Ribblesdale from Ingleborough
Photo: David Hayter (330)

Ingleborough summit trig point

5. Ingleborough summit trig point
Photo: David Bentley (4)

Tow Scar Trig Point with Ingleborough on the horizon

6. Tow Scar Trig Point with Ingleborough on the horizon
Photo: Matt Delemare (48)

Park Fell (left), Simon Fell and Ingleborough (right) from the summit of Whernside while doing the Yorkshire Three Peaks Challenge Walk in the snow

7. Park Fell (left), Simon Fell and Ingleborough (right) from the summit of Whernside while doing the Yorkshire Three Peaks Challenge Walk in the snow
Photo: Tony Whitaker (1)

Sunset from the summit of Ingleborough

8. Sunset from the summit of Ingleborough
Photo: Gary Davis (1)

Top of Ingleborough on a very cold day

9. Top of Ingleborough on a very cold day
Photo: Arthur Green (1)

On Ingleborough in the snow

10. On Ingleborough in the snow
Photo: Mike Knipe (211)


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You can walk or hike Ingleborough with any of these 9 route maps:

Walk ny333 The Yorkshire Three Peaks Challenge as a 3 day walk - Day 3 from Horton in Ribblesdale

Route Summary: - Ribblehead, (Railway Station - After Train Journey From Horton In Ribblesdale), B6255, Old Hill Inn, Chapel-le-Dale, Braithwaite Wife Hole, Ingleborough, Pen-y-ghent Cafe, Horton In Ribblesdale.

Length: 14.5km (9 miles) | Ascent: 501m (1644ft) | Allow at least: 5hrs | Grade:Walk Grades Explanation and Help Moderate


Walk ny130 Ingleborough and Raven Scar from The Old Hill Inn, Ribblehead

Route Summary: - Ribblehead, (The Old Hill Inn), Chapel-le-Dale, Braithwaite Wife Hole, Ingleborough Nature Reserve, Humphrey Bottom, Ingleborough, Quaking Pot, Crina Bottom Farm, White Scars, High Howeth, Raven Scar, Harry Hallam's Moss, Old Hill Inn, Ribblehead.

Length: 13km (8 miles) | Ascent: 589m (1932ft) | Allow at least: 5hrs | Grade:Walk Grades Explanation and Help Moderate


Walk ny119 Ingleborough from Clapham

Route Summary: - Clapham, Clapdale Farm, Ingleborough Cave, Trow Gill, Gaping Gill, Little Ingleborough, Ingleborough, Little Ingleborough, Newby Moss, Newby Cote, Clapham.

Length: 13.5km (8.5 miles) | Ascent: 664m (2178ft) | Allow at least: 5hrs | Grade:Walk Grades Explanation and Help Moderate


Walk ny102 Ingleborough and Newby Moss from Ingleton

Route Summary: - Ingleton, Ingleton Information Centre, Richmond House, Fell Lane, Crina Bottom Farm, Quaking Pot, Ingleborough, Little Ingleborough, Newby Moss, Newby Cote, Bleak Bank, Duck Dub, Holly Platt, Slatenber, Jenkin Bridge, Ingleton.

Length: 15km (9.5 miles) | Ascent: 686m (2250ft) | Allow at least: 5.5hrs | Grade:Walk Grades Explanation and Help Moderate


Walk ny191 Ingleborough and Raven Scar from Ingleton

Route Summary: - Ingleton, Ingleton Tourist Information Centre, Fell Lane, Crina Bottom Farm, Quaking Pot, Ingleborough, Humphrey Bottom, Ingleborough Nature Reserve, Raven Scar, High Howeth, Harry Hallam's Moss, White Scars, Ingleton.

Length: 15km (9.5 miles) | Ascent: 720m (2362ft) | Allow at least: 5.75hrs | Grade:Walk Grades Explanation and Help Moderate


Walk ny154 Ingleborough and the Ingleton Waterfalls from Ingleton

Route Summary: - Ingleton, Fell Lane, Crina Bottom Farm, Quaking Pot, Ingleborough, Humphrey Bottom, Ingleborough Nature Reserve, Braithwaite Wife Hole, Souther Scales Farm, Chapel-le-Dale, Twistleton Scars, Oddies Lane, The Ingleton Waterfalls, Beezley Falls, Snow Falls, Ingleton.

Length: 16km (10 miles) | Ascent: 684m (2244ft) | Allow at least: 5.75hrs | Grade:Walk Grades Explanation and Help Moderate


Walk ny171 Ingleborough and Simon Fell from The Old Hill Inn, Ribblehead

Route Summary: - Ribblehead, (The Old Hill Inn), Ingleborough Nature Reserve, Humphrey Bottom, Ingleborough, Simon Fell, Park Fell (Ribblehead), New Close Farm, Ribblehead, Gunnerfleet Farm, Ivescar Farm, Broadrake Farm, Ellerbeck Farm, Jingle Pot, Chaple-le-Dale, The Old Hill Inn, Ribblehead.

Length: 18.5km (11.5 miles) | Ascent: 679m (2227ft) | Allow at least: 6.5hrs | Grade:Walk Grades Explanation and Help Moderate


Walk ny322 The Yorkshire Three Peaks Challenge as a 2 day walk - Day 2 from Horton in Ribblesdale

Route Summary: - Horton In Ribblesdale, Railway Station, Train Journey, Ribblehead Railway Station, Ribblehead, Blea Moor, Whernside, Broadrake Farm, Ribblehead, Blea Moor, Whernside, Broadrake Farm, Chapel-le-Dale, Braithwaite Wife Hole, Ingleborough, Pen-y-ghent Cafe, Horton In Ribblesdale.

Length: 22.5km (14 miles) | Ascent: 977m (3207ft) | Allow at least: 8.5hrs | Grade:Walk Grades Explanation and Help Hard


Walk ny101 The Yorkshire Three Peaks from Horton in Ribblesdale (New 2013 Route)

Route Summary: - Horton In Ribblesdale, Pen-y-ghent Cafe, Brackenbottom, Gavel Rigg, The Pennine Way, Pen-y-ghent, Hunt Pot, Hull Pot, Whitber Hill, God's Bridge, Brow Gill Beck, Nether Lodge, River Ribble, Lodge Hall (or Ingman Lodge), Ribblehead, Blea Moor, Whernside, Broadrake Farm, Chapel-le-Dale, Braithwaite Wife Hole, Ingleborough, Pen-y-ghent Cafe, Horton In Ribblesdale.

Length: 38.5km (24 miles) | Ascent: 1614m (5297ft) | Allow at least: 14hrs | Grade:Walk Grades Explanation and Help Very Hard




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