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#1 of 1 things to do in Gayle

Yorkshire Three Peaks Walk

Horton-in-Ribblesdale 9.3 mi away
#2 of 5 things to do in Horton-in-Ribblesdale
Best part was the stunning views from the top of all three peaks, most challenging part was the descent from Ingleborough probably as I already had 20 miles in the legs but it feels endless and is tough terrain fo...
Great scenery and so rewarding but incredibly hard (certainly for a relatively unfit 50 year old) but planning and the right gear make this a great way to spend a day.


Horton-in-Ribblesdale 10.3 mi away
#1 of 5 things to do in Horton-in-Ribblesdale
This peak leads you gently into the 3 peaks challenge, and it really is a challenge in itself.By the time you reach the summit you know you've been walking.There are gentle sections up wide stone paths ,then the s...
This was the first to be conquered during the Three Peaks Challenge and is a great walk although a little challenging in places at the top where you need to scramble up the rocks but once you reach the top, the vi...
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White Scar Cave

Ingleton 13.3 mi away
#2 of 15 things to do in Ingleton
A rainy day in the Carnforth district and what do you do could we recommend visiting White Scar Caves (LA6 3AW), it is truely amazing, the guide we had - Stuart - was informative, friendly and funny but thro...
Well worth a visit to see the amazing formations and underground waterfalls, tour lasts 80 minutes and your guide will give you plenty of information about the features within the tour and how they were formed.

The Forbidden Corner

Middleham 14.0 mi away
#1 of 7 things to do in Middleham
Our grandson loved exploring and we all had great fun, Highly recommended for families, this is a highly unusual attraction which will delight people of all ages.
We took a picnic with us and there is a lovely picnic area near a duck pond within a lovely grassed area, and an area in woodland with picnic tables, so lots of space for little ones to let off steam.


Settle 12.1 mi away
#1 of 15 things to do in Settle
Generally expansive views on a clear day but on this occasion could just about see the trig due to the low cloud - was a still a great walk though with the cloud making it very peaceful.
Ingleborough is worth some visits: The summit itself offers splendid views, the pavement is a must and there a many caves.
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Gaping Gill

Clapham 12.6 mi away
#2 of 4 things to do in Clapham
From there, there is a walk of about one and a half hours past Ingleborough Cave and through the very impressive Trow Gill ravine, finally arriving at tent city in a sheltered hollow where Gaping Gill sits, at 8am.
Tips: Arrive early, be prepared with food (hot porridge and a flask worked well), full waterproofs and warm clothing, expect to wait (we arrived at 8:00 when the winch began and descended at 11:20).

Ingleborough Cave

Clapham 13.3 mi away
#1 of 4 things to do in Clapham
Having done this trail and cave tour today and can say it’s well worth a visit.. it’s just over a mikes walk to the caves which was pleasant.. the tour guide was exceptionally knowledgable and clearly enjoyed tell...
The cost of the caves is more than some and less than others, but the quality of the caves is excellent, largely undisturbed and the tour guide we had (Joseph) made it entertaining while demonstrating some real ex...

Alfresco Adventures

Reeth 12.2 mi away
#1 of 13 things to do in Reeth
The scouts had a fantastic experience and I would highly recommend Alfresco Adventures to anyone who is looking for an outdoor adventure.
Myself, my husband and our 2 boys, aged 13 and 17yrs had a fantastic day canoeing with our instructor, Duncan.