Ingleton Waterfalls Trail

Ingleton Waterfalls Trail: Hours, Address, Ingleton Waterfalls Trail Reviews: 4.5/5

Ingleton Waterfalls Trail
4.5
9:00 AM - 7:00 PM
Monday
9:00 AM - 7:00 PM
Tuesday
9:00 AM - 7:00 PM
Wednesday
9:00 AM - 7:00 PM
Thursday
9:00 AM - 7:00 PM
Friday
9:00 AM - 7:00 PM
Saturday
9:00 AM - 7:00 PM
Sunday
9:00 AM - 7:00 PM
About
A 4½ mile trail, via a series of spectacular waterfalls, through ancient woodland and beautiful Yorkshire Dales scenery.
Suggested duration
2-3 hours
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Emma H
Great Yarmouth, UK79 contributions
Beautiful walk
Oct 2021
Absolutely beautiful walk! The waterfalls are amazing to witness, especially as we live in Norfolk so we rarely get to see scnery like this. The middle of walk takes up into the hills with wonderful rare reaching views. In my opinion it is well worth the £8, as this cover car parking and use of the toilets, along with the associated maintenance costs of the paths etc. The walk can be quite hard work at time depends on your fitness level as there is a lot of up and down, so be prepared.
Written October 13, 2021
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Steven Ross
The Royal Town of Sutton Coldfield, UK7 contributions
Great place for a walk
Oct 2021
It was a lovely walk with lots of nice scenery,The waterfalls were the highlight though and were at their best due to rain in the days preceding our visit.
Written October 10, 2021
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barticus67
Southampton, UK122 contributions
Take lots of water on a hot day
Sep 2021 • Couples
We visited on a very hot day. Usually, this would be a few hours to walk around and there are some lovely views of the waterfalls. However, with the heat, it was a very strenuous walk and many people were running low on water by the halfway point. Luckily, there was an ice cream van that had supplies of chilled water and about 2/3 distance there was a cafe. Overall, it is a worthwhile walk, but be careful if it is very hot.
Written October 6, 2021
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James W
Uckfield, UK59 contributions
Amazing views excellent time with my wife and son
Aug 2021 • Family
5 star experience and what a absolute gem to have in a village.took some lovely photos.
highly recommend for a great afternoon walk
Written October 4, 2021
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Charlotte
London, UK1 contribution
Fabulous hike
Sep 2021
I felt a little hesitant to pay £8 for a hike but it was worth the money in the end. The hike was fabulous, with great views and multiple fantastic waterfalls. I'd do it again in a heart beat and have been suggesting it to people ever since.

The walk can be quite tricky, but rest assure there is a pub at the end of it.
Written October 1, 2021
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Lee T
9 contributions
So expensive now!
Sep 2021 • Family
We visited last Sunday, it was a beautiful walk as always. The scenery really is stunning and the trails are well kept. I’ve been here so many times over the years and now enjoy taking my family and dog on the trail. However what is staggering is how much the cost has gone up. It was £20 entry for 3 of us, one being a 7 year old. This is around double the cost of visiting Bolton Abbey which is an equally lovely trail that also has numerous kids activities built around the trail.
I honestly think it’s staggering how much they are now charging and I have to say it out us off returning. Instead of the one friendly staff member sat by the entrance welcoming visitors there is now a booth with turn styles and two booths. Completely unnecessary at such an attraction. Again Bolton abbey manage very well with the system they have despite being an arguably busier attraction. It’s sad to say this place is now completely overpriced and will deprive poorer families of the chance to walk the trail
Written September 23, 2021
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jbcaravan
10 contributions
Family day out with Beautiful Scenery
Aug 2021
We did this walk 16 years ago with our almost three year old and decided to do it again this time with a 15 & 18 year old. If a 2.75 year child could do it, surely we'd fly around.

Having walked it again I'm amazed that our son walked this when he was so young and at no point was carried as it is challenging in places, obviously I'd forgotten this. Notwithstanding, we had a great family day, we took a picnic and sat by one of the waterfalls to eat lunch.

Yes it's relatively expensive to walk around, and yes you can do some of the walk on public footpaths, but it's well maintained with toilets in two locations, you're not paying for car parking and the waterfalls are beautiful with plenty of photo opportunities. Just remember your shoes/boots!
Written September 22, 2021
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Hfords
14 contributions
Amazing modest walk
Sep 2021 • Couples
Beautiful views and stops along this walk, it can be strenuous in some areas, but the path is safe just need to ensure you have good footwear on, either walking shoes or sturdy trainers. It’s a around 4.5 miles with a lot of climbs predominantly up steps though. Lovely bridges to cross over different falls. We were fortunate with the weather, dry sunny and mild (18 degrees) if it’s raining I would consider if you confident navigating slippery surfaces as much of the walk is uneven with slate/rocks. I’d recommend some level of experience walking before attempting this walk. I managed this 17 weeks pregnant with twins though, views are worth all the effort uphill.
Written September 22, 2021
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Stevenson_steve
Harrogate, UK240 contributions
Ingleton Falls great day out,(take a picnic)
Sep 2021
Wow what a great day, great weather cool but warm, we've talked about doing this for a while. the route was very undulating natural stone, slate some purpose laid paths concrete and wooden bridges, please wear good boots or strong shoes, the stones are very polished and slippery not recommended to try after heavy rain. £8 to get in for adults £4 under 16 years old. Great cafe at the end and also en route at at Beezley farm caravan site (also WC's)
Written September 21, 2021
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Jimmy McGoldrick
1 contribution
Keep Going, Don't turn back
Sep 2021
This walk is not for the conspicuously un-fit – it is a total climb of several hundred feet up one Mountain River gorge and then down another, seven kilometers distance. Don’t take Grandma and six of the neighbour's kids, unless you have a lot of time and lots of Plan B’s and C’s. However, it is spectacular and pristine with surprises round every corner: the unusual wildlife is abundant and diverse – what were those brown and grey butterflies that I kept glimpsing but could never photograph? Go in low season to avoid the worst crush – tell you anything?
Written September 19, 2021
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