Walk ny101 The Yorkshire Three Peaks from Horton in Ribblesdale

Easy walking - but very arduous, very long and with 3 big ascents


Route outline for walk ny101:

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.



Points of Interest/Notes on this walk:

The Ribblehead Viaduct's 24 arches carry the famous Settle to Carlisle Railway Line for 400m some 30m above the surrounding countryside. Considered one of the great engineering feats of the 19th Century, there is a museum dedicated to the history of the line housed in Ribblehead Station.


Peak Bagging Statistics for this walk:

hewitt
3
English
Mountains
Wainwright
0
Wainwrights
 English Nuttalls
3
English
Nuttalls
Dewey
0
English
Deweys
Wainwright Outlying Fell
0
Wainwright
Outlying Fells
marilyn
3
Marilyns
Bridget
0
Bridgets

Peak Bagging Statistics for this walk:

The highest point of this walk is Whernside at 736m (2415ft). Whernside is the highest point in The Yorkshire Dales National Park and the highest point in the county of North Yorkshire.

Whernside is classified as an English Mountain (Hewitt) (78th highest in England, 133rd highest in England & Wales). Whernside is also known as an English Nuttall (96th highest in England, 163rd highest in England & Wales). Whernside is also classified as an English Marilyn (25th highest in England, 513th highest in the UK).

Completing this walk will also take you to the top of Ingleborough at 723m (2372ft). Ingleborough is classified as an English Mountain (Hewitt) (84th highest in England, 145th highest in England & Wales). Ingleborough is also known as an English Nuttall (106th highest in England, 180th highest in England & Wales). Ingleborough is also classified as an English Marilyn (26th highest in England, 540th highest in the UK).

You will also reach the summit of Pen-y-ghent at 694m (2277ft). Pen-y-ghent is classified as an English Mountain (Hewitt) (108th highest in England, 179th highest in England & Wales). Pen-y-ghent is also known as an English Nuttall (143rd highest in England, 234th highest in England & Wales). Pen-y-ghent is also classified as an English Marilyn (33rd highest in England, 605th highest in the UK).

This walk is on Ordnance Survey Map:

OS Explorer Map OL2
1:25,000 scale (Orange Covers)

OS Landranger Map 98
1:50,000 scale (Pink Covers)


Some Photos and Pictures from Walk ny101 The Yorkshire Three Peaks from Horton in Ribblesdale

In no particular order . . .

Pen-y-ghent Summit

Pen-y-ghent Summit

Photo: Colin Fawcett (3)

Walkers on Ingleborough

Walkers on Ingleborough

Photo: David Bentley (5)

Simon Fell and Ingleborough from Whitber Hill

Simon Fell and Ingleborough from Whitber Hill

Photo: Paul Harrison (25)

The Yorkshire Three Peaks Challenge - approaching Pen-y-ghent

The Yorkshire Three Peaks Challenge - approaching Pen-y-ghent

Photo: William Ringwood (2)

Pen-y-ghent from The Pennine Way above Dale Head

Pen-y-ghent from The Pennine Way above Dale Head

Photo: Robert Hardaker (3)

The long haul back to Horton in Ribblesdale from Ingleborough

The long haul back to Horton in Ribblesdale from Ingleborough

Photo: David Hayter (330)

On the Yorkshire Three Peaks below Pen-y-ghent

On the Yorkshire Three Peaks below Pen-y-ghent

Photo: Bri Hilton (1)

Ingleborough from Chapel-le-Dale

Ingleborough from Chapel-le-Dale

Photo: Phil Hart (3)

The Pennine Way crossing Gavel Rigg from Pen-y-ghent

The Pennine Way crossing Gavel Rigg from Pen-y-ghent

Photo: Paul Harrison (15)

John, Steve and Paul on top of Pen-y-ghent

John, Steve and Paul on top of Pen-y-ghent

Photo: Steven Grayburn (1)

July on Ingleborough

July on Ingleborough

Photo: Elaine Key (1)

Bryan, Lorna and Ami Goodfellow on the summit of Pen-y-Ghent in the snow

Bryan, Lorna and Ami Goodfellow on the summit of Pen-y-Ghent in the snow

Photo: Bryan Auty (1)

On the summit of Pen-y-ghent during The Yorkshire Three Peaks Challenge

On the summit of Pen-y-ghent during The Yorkshire Three Peaks Challenge

Photo: Danny Young (8)

The Pennine Way sign on the summit of Pen-y-ghent

The Pennine Way sign on the summit of Pen-y-ghent

Photo: Robert Hardaker (7)

Practising my ice-axe and crampon technique in the snow on Whernside

Practising my ice-axe and crampon technique in the snow on Whernside

Photo: Mike Knipe (222)

Hayley Me and Jo on top of Whernside Summit - giving the Yorkshire Three Peaks Challenge Walk another bash

Hayley Me and Jo on top of Whernside Summit - giving the Yorkshire Three Peaks Challenge Walk another bash

Photo: David Buckley (2)

Pen-y-ghent from the west near Horton in Ribblesdale

Pen-y-ghent from the west near Horton in Ribblesdale

Photo: Peter Gaffney (2)

Pen-y-ghent Summit

Pen-y-ghent Summit

Photo: Jonny Howard (1)

The Ribblehead Viaduct

The Ribblehead Viaduct

Photo: Craig Carter (69)

Me on Pen-y-ghent

Me on Pen-y-ghent

Photo: Phil Hart (7)

Nearing the summit of Ingleborough

Nearing the summit of Ingleborough

Photo: David Bentley (2)

Jingle Pot Gill, Chapel-le-Dale

Jingle Pot Gill, Chapel-le-Dale

Photo: David Leak (21)

At the top of Ingleborough - with Whernside (left) and Pen-y-ghent (right) in the distance. The Yorkshire 3 Peaks Challenge Walk completed!

At the top of Ingleborough - with Whernside (left) and Pen-y-ghent (right) in the distance. The Yorkshire 3 Peaks Challenge Walk completed!

Photo: Helen Morris (1)

Whernside from near Braithwaite Wife Hole

Whernside from near Braithwaite Wife Hole

Photo: Peter Swan (17)

Looking South from the summit of Pen-y-ghent (Christmas Eve 2005)

Looking South from the summit of Pen-y-ghent (Christmas Eve 2005)

Photo: Phil Jackson (4)

The team in Horton in Ribblesdale

The team in Horton in Ribblesdale

Photo: Phil Hart (6)

Pen-y-ghent from Brackenbottom on The Yorkshire Three Peaks Challenge

Pen-y-ghent from Brackenbottom on The Yorkshire Three Peaks Challenge

Photo: Paul Lee (1)

Climbing Ingleborough

Climbing Ingleborough

Photo: Sandra Littlewood (4)

Ribblehead Viaduct with Whernside beyond

Ribblehead Viaduct with Whernside beyond

Photo: Wayne Hill (51)

Ribblehead Viaduct

Ribblehead Viaduct

Photo: Christine Shepherd (101)

At Hull Pot

At Hull Pot

Photo: Phil Hart (5)

Myself, Paul Baldry, Max the Dog, Jenny Baldry, Tom Evans and Martin Brown on top of Ingleborough.

Myself, Paul Baldry, Max the Dog, Jenny Baldry, Tom Evans and Martin Brown on top of Ingleborough.

Photo: Paul Baldry (1)

Brow Gill Beck from God's Bridge

Brow Gill Beck from God's Bridge

Photo: Paul Harrison (27)

The Yorkshire Three Peaks Challenge - Pen-y-ghent from Whernside

The Yorkshire Three Peaks Challenge - Pen-y-ghent from Whernside

Photo: William Ringwood (4)

Me on Gavel Rigg just below the top of Pen-y-ghent, one of the Three Yorkshire Peaks

Me on Gavel Rigg just below the top of Pen-y-ghent, one of the Three Yorkshire Peaks

Photo: Stephen Holman (1)

The River Ribble

The River Ribble

Photo: Paul Harrison (31)

Pen-y-ghent from The Pennine Way near Hull Pot

Pen-y-ghent from The Pennine Way near Hull Pot

Photo: Paul Harrison (23)

Limestone Pavement on way to Whernside

Limestone Pavement on way to Whernside

Photo: David Bentley (1)

On Pen-y-ghent in the snow

On Pen-y-ghent in the snow

Photo: Simon Barnett (21)

Me at Ribblehead Viaduct

Me at Ribblehead Viaduct

Photo: Christine Shepherd (102)

The Yorkshire Three Peaks Challenge - approaching Whernside from Ribblehead

The Yorkshire Three Peaks Challenge - approaching Whernside from Ribblehead

Photo: William Ringwood (3)

Sunset from the summit of Ingleborough

Sunset from the summit of Ingleborough

Photo: Gary Davis (2)

Some of the team at Ribblehead Viaduct on The Yorkshire Three Peaks Challenge

Some of the team at Ribblehead Viaduct on The Yorkshire Three Peaks Challenge

Photo: Phil Hart (4)

Whernside (left), The Ribblehead Viaduct (centre) and Park Fell (right) from the summit of Ingleborough

Whernside (left), The Ribblehead Viaduct (centre) and Park Fell (right) from the summit of Ingleborough

Photo: James Russell (2)

Looking South from Pen-y-Ghent

Looking South from Pen-y-Ghent

Photo: David Hayter (321)

The Yorkshire Three Peaks Challenge - Ingleborough from Whernside

The Yorkshire Three Peaks Challenge - Ingleborough from Whernside

Photo: William Ringwood (5)

Whernside summit during the Yorkshire Three Peaks of Challenge Walk

Whernside summit during the Yorkshire Three Peaks of Challenge Walk

Photo: Kevan Wilkinson (2)

On Whernside summit during The Yorkshire Three Peaks Challenge

On Whernside summit during The Yorkshire Three Peaks Challenge

Photo: David Hayter (326)

Sunset from the summit of Ingleborough

Sunset from the summit of Ingleborough

Photo: Gary Davis (3)

*Pen-y-ghent covered in snow from Horton in Ribblesdale

*Pen-y-ghent covered in snow from Horton in Ribblesdale

Photo: Ron Linton (14)

The final stile in Horton in Ribblesdale at the end of the Yorkshire Three Peaks of Challenge Walk

The final stile in Horton in Ribblesdale at the end of the Yorkshire Three Peaks of Challenge Walk

Photo: Kevan Wilkinson (5)

Ribblehead Viaduct with Whernside beyond

Ribblehead Viaduct with Whernside beyond

Photo: Phil Hart (2)

Ingleborough summit shelter during the Yorkshire Three Peaks of Challenge Walk

Ingleborough summit shelter during the Yorkshire Three Peaks of Challenge Walk

Photo: Kevan Wilkinson (4)

On Ingleborough summit

On Ingleborough summit

Photo: David Hayter (329)

Whernside from Chapel-le-Dale

Whernside from Chapel-le-Dale

Photo: David Hayter (327)

On the summit of Pen-y-ghent

On the summit of Pen-y-ghent

Photo: Danny Young (7)

Practising my ice-axe arrest technique Whernside in the snow

Practising my ice-axe arrest technique Whernside in the snow

Photo: Mike Knipe (225)

Pen-y-ghent from Greensett Moss, Whernside

Pen-y-ghent from Greensett Moss, Whernside

Photo: David Hayter (325)

Alan, Pete, Stuart, Richard and Jess the Dog on Ingleborough.

Alan, Pete, Stuart, Richard and Jess the Dog on Ingleborough.

Photo: Richard Turner (1)

Phil, Carl, Chris and Charlie - 1st time Yorkshire 3 Peakers at Whernside summit

Phil, Carl, Chris and Charlie - 1st time Yorkshire 3 Peakers at Whernside summit

Photo: Roger Yardley (1)

On the summit of Whernside in the snow

On the summit of Whernside in the snow

Photo: Mike Knipe (224)

Mike (go4awalk.com editor) in the snow on Whernside

Mike (go4awalk.com editor) in the snow on Whernside

Photo: Mike Knipe (216)

Whernside from Broadrake Farm

Whernside from Broadrake Farm

Photo: Colin Fawcett (6)

Heading for Whernside from Ribblehead on The Yorkshire Three Peaks Challenge

Heading for Whernside from Ribblehead on The Yorkshire Three Peaks Challenge

Photo: David Hayter (323)

Fountains Fell from Pen-y-ghent

Fountains Fell from Pen-y-ghent

Photo: Paul Harrison (14)

On the summit of Ingleborough during last Yorkshire Three Peaks walk

On the summit of Ingleborough during last Yorkshire Three Peaks walk

Photo: Chris Squires (1)

Ingleborough summit during the Yorkshire Three Peaks of Challenge Walk

Ingleborough summit during the Yorkshire Three Peaks of Challenge Walk

Photo: Kevan Wilkinson (3)

God's Bridge over Brow Gill Beck

God's Bridge over Brow Gill Beck

Photo: Paul Harrison (26)

The River Ribble

The River Ribble

Photo: Paul Harrison (30)

Simon Fell from nr Broadrake Farm

Simon Fell from nr Broadrake Farm

Photo: Wayne Hill (53)

Hull Pot

Hull Pot

Photo: Robert Hardaker (6)

Pen-y-Ghent from Horton in Ribblesdale

Pen-y-Ghent from Horton in Ribblesdale

Photo: Wayne Hill (40)

Pen-y-ghent from Brackenbottom Scar

Pen-y-ghent from Brackenbottom Scar

Photo: Simon Barnett (20)

Pen-y-Ghent from Horton in Ribblesdale Churchyard

Pen-y-Ghent from Horton in Ribblesdale Churchyard

Photo: David Hayter (320)

Climbing Pen-y-Ghent on The Yorkshire Three Peaks Challenge

Climbing Pen-y-Ghent on The Yorkshire Three Peaks Challenge

Photo: Phil Hart (1)

Pen-y-ghent from near Hull Pot

Pen-y-ghent from near Hull Pot

Photo: Danny Young (9)

Entrance to Jingle Pot in Chapel-le-Dale

Entrance to Jingle Pot in Chapel-le-Dale

Photo: David Leak (20)

Ingleborough from Blea Moor

Ingleborough from Blea Moor

Photo: David Hayter (324)

On the summit of Whernside in the snow

On the summit of Whernside in the snow

Photo: Mike Knipe (223)

*Whernside and The Howgill Fells from Ingleborough summit

*Whernside and The Howgill Fells from Ingleborough summit

Photo: Kevin Lavelle (1)

Ingleborough from above Brackenbottom

Ingleborough from above Brackenbottom

Photo: Paul Harrison (11)

Sell Gill Beck on Whitber Hill

Sell Gill Beck on Whitber Hill

Photo: Paul Harrison (24)

On Ingleborough in the snow

On Ingleborough in the snow

Photo: Mike Knipe (211)

Hull Pot and a frozen Hull Pot Beck

Hull Pot and a frozen Hull Pot Beck

Photo: Peter Harrison (10)

Me on the top of Whernside

Me on the top of Whernside

Photo: Jane Barber (1)

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

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)

Plover Hill from the large cairn NW of Pen-y-ghent summit

Plover Hill from the large cairn NW of Pen-y-ghent summit

Photo: Paul Harrison (19)

Ingleborough covered in snow from Blea Moor Tunnel

Ingleborough covered in snow from Blea Moor Tunnel

Photo: Mike Knipe (217)

Pen-y-ghent from Horton in Ribblesdale

Pen-y-ghent from Horton in Ribblesdale

Photo: Wayne Hill (75)

The Ribblehead Viaduct with the huge bulk of Wernside beyond from near God's Bridge

The Ribblehead Viaduct with the huge bulk of Wernside beyond from near God's Bridge

Photo: Simon Ives (1)

The Yorkshire Three Peaks Challenge - approaching Pen-y-ghent from Brackenbottom

The Yorkshire Three Peaks Challenge - approaching Pen-y-ghent from Brackenbottom

Photo: William Ringwood (1)

Top of Ingleborough on a very cold day

Top of Ingleborough on a very cold day

Photo: Arthur Green (1)

Approaching Pen-y-ghent from Brackenbottom

Approaching Pen-y-ghent from Brackenbottom

Photo: Danny Young (2)

Pen-y-ghent summit in snow

Pen-y-ghent summit in snow

Photo: Robin Mclaughlin (2)

On the summit of Pen-y-ghent

On the summit of Pen-y-ghent

Photo: Danny Young (6)

Practising my ice-axe and crampons technique in the snow on Whernside

Practising my ice-axe and crampons technique in the snow on Whernside

Photo: Mike Knipe (221)

Pen-y-ghent from Brackenbottom

Pen-y-ghent from Brackenbottom

Photo: Colin Fawcett (2)

Practising my ice-axe arrest technique Whernside in the snow

Practising my ice-axe arrest technique Whernside in the snow

Photo: Mike Knipe (226)

Pen-y-ghent from the Pennine Way near Hunt Pot

Pen-y-ghent from the Pennine Way near Hunt Pot

Photo: Peter Harrison (12)

Unusual cloud formation seen while doing The Three Peaks in May

Unusual cloud formation seen while doing The Three Peaks in May

Photo: David Hare (1)

Pen-y-ghent from Brackenbottom Scar

Pen-y-ghent from Brackenbottom Scar

Photo: Paul Harrison (12)

Footbridge over Ling Gill Beck at Nether Lodge

Footbridge over Ling Gill Beck at Nether Lodge

Photo: Paul Harrison (28)

Pen-y-ghent summit during the Yorkshire Three Peaks of Challenge Walk

Pen-y-ghent summit during the Yorkshire Three Peaks of Challenge Walk

Photo: Kevan Wilkinson (1)

Hull Pot near Horton in Ribblesdale

Hull Pot near Horton in Ribblesdale

Photo: Mike Knipe (75)

Following the Pennine Way up the South ridge of Pen-y-ghent

Following the Pennine Way up the South ridge of Pen-y-ghent

Photo: Danny Young (5)

Practising my crampon and ice-axe technique in the snow on Whernside

Practising my crampon and ice-axe technique in the snow on Whernside

Photo: Mike Knipe (220)

Horton in Ribblesdale church with Pen-y-ghent in the distance

Horton in Ribblesdale church with Pen-y-ghent in the distance

Photo: Paul Harrison (10)

Blea Moor Signal Box with Whernside beyond

Blea Moor Signal Box with Whernside beyond

Photo: Wayne Hill (66)

On the summit of Pen-Y-Ghent

On the summit of Pen-Y-Ghent

Photo: Stantheb Iker (1)

Pen-y-ghent from Hull Pot

Pen-y-ghent from Hull Pot

Photo: Simon Barnett (22)

A brooding Pen-y-ghent from Horton in Ribblesdale

A brooding Pen-y-ghent from Horton in Ribblesdale

Photo: Wayne Hill (50)

Pen-y-ghent from The Pennine Way on Gavel Rigg

Pen-y-ghent from The Pennine Way on Gavel Rigg

Photo: Paul Harrison (13)

Ingleborough summit trig point

Ingleborough summit trig point

Photo: David Bentley (4)

Whernside Summit

Whernside Summit

Photo: Colin Fawcett (7)

Lodge Hall (or Ingman Lodge)

Lodge Hall (or Ingman Lodge)

Photo: Paul Harrison (32)

On Pen-y-ghent summit

On Pen-y-ghent summit

Photo: Tony Higgs (1)

Pen-y-ghent from the Pennine Way on Fawcett Moor

Pen-y-ghent from the Pennine Way on Fawcett Moor

Photo: Mike Knipe (195)

Me and my mate Mike on Whernside

Me and my mate Mike on Whernside

Photo: Karen Parry (2)

Pen-y-ghent from Horton in Ribblesdale

Pen-y-ghent from Horton in Ribblesdale

Photo: Danny Young (1)

Looking back up to Pen-y-ghent from Pen-y-ghent Side Scar in the snow

Looking back up to Pen-y-ghent from Pen-y-ghent Side Scar in the snow

Photo: Paul Harrison (21)

Whernside from nr Broadrake Farm

Whernside from nr Broadrake Farm

Photo: Wayne Hill (52)

Hull Pot

Hull Pot

Photo: Colin Fawcett (4)

The Yorkshire Three Peaks Challenge - approaching Ingleborough

The Yorkshire Three Peaks Challenge - approaching Ingleborough

Photo: William Ringwood (6)

Pen-y-ghent from Horton in Ribblesdale

Pen-y-ghent from Horton in Ribblesdale

Photo: Simon Barnett (19)

Hull Pot Beck

Hull Pot Beck

Photo: Robert Hardaker (5)

Pen-y-ghent from the Pennine Way near Hull Pot

Pen-y-ghent from the Pennine Way near Hull Pot

Photo: Robert Hardaker (4)

Heading for Pen-y-ghent during the Yorkshire Three Peaks Challange

Heading for Pen-y-ghent during the Yorkshire Three Peaks Challange

Photo: Mike Smart (4)

Pen-y-ghent from Gavel Rigg

Pen-y-ghent from Gavel Rigg

Photo: Robert Hardaker (2)

Pen-y-ghent summit wind shelters in a little bit of snow

Pen-y-ghent summit wind shelters in a little bit of snow

Photo: Paul Harrison (18)

Rainboow seen from the summit of Ingleborough

Rainboow seen from the summit of Ingleborough

Photo: David Bentley (3)

On Whernside Summit - taking a breather two thirds of the way round the Yorkshire Three Peaks Challenge Walk

On Whernside Summit - taking a breather two thirds of the way round the Yorkshire Three Peaks Challenge Walk

Photo: David Buckley (1)

Mike (go4awalk.com editor) practising his crampons and ice-axe technique in the snow on Whernside

Mike (go4awalk.com editor) practising his crampons and ice-axe technique in the snow on Whernside

Photo: Mike Knipe (215)

Sunrise (4.50am) from the summit of Ingleborough

Sunrise (4.50am) from the summit of Ingleborough

Photo: Nigel Auty (2)

On Pen-y-ghent summit

On Pen-y-ghent summit

Photo: David Hayter (322)

Justin at Pen-y-Ghent summit trig point

Justin at Pen-y-Ghent summit trig point

Photo: Jon Snow (1)

*Ingleborough and Whernside from Pen-y-ghent in the early morning light

*Ingleborough and Whernside from Pen-y-ghent in the early morning light

Photo: Wayne Hill (54)

Ribblehead Viaduct - on an alternative coast to coast walk

Ribblehead Viaduct - on an alternative coast to coast walk

Photo: Patricia Ogden (8)

Pen-y-ghent from The Pennine Way above Hunt Pot

Pen-y-ghent from The Pennine Way above Hunt Pot

Photo: Paul Harrison (22)

The zig-zag path to the ridge below Ingleborough

The zig-zag path to the ridge below Ingleborough

Photo: David Hayter (328)

Pen-y-ghent Side Scar in the snow

Pen-y-ghent Side Scar in the snow

Photo: Paul Harrison (20)

Ingleborough Summit in mist

Ingleborough Summit in mist

Photo: Patrick Roache (4)

Approaching Pen-y-ghent from Brackenbottom on The Yorkshire Three Peaks Challenge

Approaching Pen-y-ghent from Brackenbottom on The Yorkshire Three Peaks Challenge

Photo: Danny Young (4)

*Ingleborough and Whernside from The Pennine Way near Hull Pot

*Ingleborough and Whernside from The Pennine Way near Hull Pot

Photo: Wayne Hill (43)

Pen-y-ghent from Hull Pot near Horton in Ribblesdale

Pen-y-ghent from Hull Pot near Horton in Ribblesdale

Photo: Mike Knipe (76)

Ingleborough and Simon Fell as seen from Pen-y-Ghent during temperature inversion

Ingleborough and Simon Fell as seen from Pen-y-Ghent during temperature inversion

Photo: Mick Johnson (1)

Ingleborough in mist beyond Limestone Pavement in Chapel-le-Dale

Ingleborough in mist beyond Limestone Pavement in Chapel-le-Dale

Photo: Mike Knipe (192)

Views from Ingleborough

Views from Ingleborough

Photo: Andy Roberts (2)

Horton in Ribblesdale Station

Horton in Ribblesdale Station

Photo: Colin Fawcett (1)

Approaching Pen-y-ghent from Brackenbottom

Approaching Pen-y-ghent from Brackenbottom

Photo: Danny Young (3)

The Yorkshire Three Peaks Challenge - approaching Pen-y-ghent from Brackenbottom

The Yorkshire Three Peaks Challenge - approaching Pen-y-ghent from Brackenbottom

Photo: Kris Johnson (1)

Admiring the view at the top of a windless Ingleborough

Admiring the view at the top of a windless Ingleborough

Photo: Dean Richardson (7)

The Ribblehead Viaduct

The Ribblehead Viaduct

Photo: Robert Hardaker (8)

Pen-y-ghent from Brackenbottom

Pen-y-ghent from Brackenbottom

Photo: Robert Hardaker (1)

Ingleborough summit

Ingleborough summit

Photo: David Bentley (6)

Pen-y-ghent summit

Pen-y-ghent summit

Photo: Paul Harrison (16)

Pen-y-ghent summit trig point with a little bit of snow

Pen-y-ghent summit trig point with a little bit of snow

Photo: Paul Harrison (17)

Ribblehead Viaduct

Ribblehead Viaduct

Photo: Colin Fawcett (5)

Sunset from the summit of Ingleborough

Sunset from the summit of Ingleborough

Photo: Gary Davis (1)


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