The Ingleton Waterfalls Trail is a 2 to 4 hour 8km loop taking in some beautiful scenery around Ingleton. It is a bit pricey at 14 pounds for a family but well worth it as you get to take in the river areas, falls and farmland on a well maintained trail. The trail is moderately strenuous and very rocky.
Kerrie’s Quality Shots
We started our walk early at around 8am and by the time we were exiting, around 11:30am, it was getting hot. We had some down time 2/3 of the way in to relax and all read our books.
The girls generally ran ahead of Kerrie and myself and had a bit of fun climbing and playing in the stream.
All was good until the last mile created a bit of a panic when Emily came back down the trail to us and asks “Where is Molly?” We sent Em off in a run and she discovered Molly sitting by the stream – she had stopped to relax and take in the surroundings and thought she would hear Kerrie and myself when we passed – she did not!!!
Along the trail there were a number of logs where coins had been pushed in – this created some interesting sculptors and effects.
Walking the Yorkshire Dales can be surreal reminding one of scenes from books read on the English country side. I am still amazed by Dry Stone Walls and the visual impact they have on the country side.