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Matt010791

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Ingleton Falls
« on: 18:32:09, 21/08/19 »
Hi Guys,


Just bought myself an Osprey child carrier which seems really good, disperses the weight really well. Going to give it a proper test out in Sunday at Ingleton Falls, read up on this place and it seems to be great for families hopefully the little one and my 7 year old will love it. Travelling up from Warrington so itís not too far at all really, hopefully weather stays dry it looks like itíll be nice. Will post some pics and let anyone whoís got kids and interest in going a little review.


ninthace

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Re: Ingleton Falls
« Reply #1 on: 19:41:11, 21/08/19 »
You could throw in a visit to Yorda's Cave at the same time http://www.yorkshire-dales.com/yordas-cave.html   It is an old Victorian show cave in Kingsdale.  You can explore the main chamber carefully with decent torches  - the 7 year old might like it - don't bang the little one's head on the way in.  Do not try to go beyond the main chamber though - Google it for more information, your call.  It did it with 2 head torches - they weren't really enough to light up the chamber.  Here is a walk I did that includes the free part of the Waterfalls walk which is on a public right of way http://www.haroldstreet.org.uk/routes/download/?walk=1631
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Matt010791

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Re: Ingleton Falls
« Reply #2 on: 19:45:48, 21/08/19 »
Thanks for that, Iíll have a look into it in abit 👍🏻

RM1978

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Re: Ingleton Falls
« Reply #3 on: 10:38:17, 22/08/19 »
Take lots of money. £7 per adult to park and enter. Stung me for £21 a couple of months ago. Not sure if they do a family ticket but would check first. The waterfalls are lovely but the price is extortionate. I realize the paths need upkeep but the cost is far too much. There are free parts of the trail around Beezley Falls which they can't make you pay for.

Matt010791

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Re: Ingleton Falls
« Reply #4 on: 17:46:50, 22/08/19 »
Yeah I did notice the prices and questioned if they were really worth it or not, have you done anything similar that youíd recommend for next time?

RM1978

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Re: Ingleton Falls
« Reply #5 on: 08:47:51, 23/08/19 »
Personally Malham is a favourite of mine. It has a bit of everything you need on a family walk. Waterfalls at Janets Fosse, Limestone pavement at Malham cove, scrambling up Gordale Scar (probably not recommended with young kids though) and wildlife at Malham Tarn, Oh and best of all a couple of nice pubs for when you have walked up a thirst.  O0