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All reviews well worth a visit car park nature trail tour guide lovely walk long walk every hour white scar hard hats small shop great guide up hill limestone formations small group father christmas yorkshire dales adults and children
This is well worth a visit if you are in this area of the Dales. A nice walk of approx. 2km up to the cave is not too strenuous at all and is definitely worth when you go inside. Our guide was fantastic and very...More
At the end of a gently rising trail through the woods sits a humble hut and even humbler shadow under a rocky slab. Friendly knowledgeable guides walk you along the pathway to the extreme of the cave recounting tales of its discovery and recreating the...More
We were out walking and came across this tourist attraction which was a pleasant surprise! We thoroughly enjoyed the caves, very interesting and John our cave man (tour guide) was very informative and included everybody from the group, young and old. We were even able...More
It was a long walk up, altough i did just finish the ingelton waterfalls before walking through this.
The walk you have to do to the caves is through an uphill forest, not alot to see and no indication as to how far you have...More
Me and my ten year old daughter visited the caves today, the walk up was good with beautiful views lots of information on the walk up to the caves and some brilliant photo opportunity’s, there are toilets just before you enter the caves. we had...More
so what do you do on a wet day in the yorkshore dales. Go somewhere that will keep you dry...the ingleborough caves. it was tipping it down when we went which actually added to the enjoyment as there was plenty of water inside. We had...More
Took our 9yr old grandson to Ingleborough cave. He loved it. The young guide engaged ymreally well with the children asking them questions and answering some great ones from the children Highly recommend it
Walk up to the cave was on an uphill wide path through trees, by a lake and then opened up towards the cave itself took 30 - 40 minutes. There are portable toilets just outside the cave. We went in with a large group with...More
I love visiting caves but since we became a dog family, we have never found any that are dog friendly, until now. Ingleborough Caves are completely dog friendly, inside and out, and ours loved it!
The walk there is beautiful although it was a little...More
You walk to the entrance and there’s a small shop, which sells ice cream and other items. You pay at the till, they take cash or card. Then the cave is only a few feet away. You have to do the walk along the toll path or... More
You walk to the entrance and there’s a small shop, which sells ice cream and other items. You pay at the till, they take cash or card. Then the cave is only a few feet away. You have to do the walk along the toll path or other route first to get the cave and then pay.
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Think the tour is just under an hour with a guide. Personally, I didn't find anything else worth seeing. Gaping Gill is about an hour away, you walk past Ingleborough cave to get to it, but you would have to check when there... More
Think the tour is just under an hour with a guide. Personally, I didn't find anything else worth seeing. Gaping Gill is about an hour away, you walk past Ingleborough cave to get to it, but you would have to check when there are tours as only open a couple of times a year. Hope this helps