Beautiful yet accessible Yorkshire landscape with lots of geological features.
The Cave is one of the largest in England; the Falls aren't in the Niagara league,
but still do as an excuse for a nice walk (mostly over paved paths, by the way
so much for Yorkshire landscape...).
Where: In North Yorkshire, beyond Settle; about 80 miles north-west of Bradford.
Open: Both the Ingleton Falls walk and the White Scar Cave have some restrictions; see the online information (below) for details.
Here are some pictures of our trip there on 26 March 2000.
For information about Ingleton and surrounding area, see:
Ingleton Waterfalls Walk
White Scar Cave
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