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Ingleton Waterfalls

Thornton in Lonsdale, England

Ingleton Waterfalls

Length
4.9 mi
Elev. Gain
705.2 ft
Est. Steps
11000

Forest

Lake

River

Wild flowers

Off trail

Muddy

Rocky

Steep slope

No/weak signal

Created by Sean Brearley 馃懀馃惥
Introduction
Ingleton Waterfalls is a 4.9 miles (11,000-step) route located near England, United Kingdom. This route has an elevation gain of about 705.2 ft and is rated as medium. Find more routes like this on the Pacer App.
http://www.ingletonwaterfallstrail.co.uk/

Ingleton Waterfalls Trail

Store
Ingleton Waterfalls Trail is a well-known circular trail beginning and ending in the village of Ingleton in the English county of North Yorkshire, now maintained by the Ingleton Scenery Company. It is claimed that the trail, some 8 kilometres (5 mi) long, and with a vertical rise of 169 m (554 feet) has some of the most spectacular waterfall and woodland scenery in the north of England.

Scar End

Place
Scar End is a settlement on the side of Twistleton Scar in the English county of North Yorkshire. This Scar itself is the end of a spur running westwards from Whernside, one of the Three Peaks, towards Ingleton, North Yorkshire. Looking out towards the west from Twistleton Scar is Ingleton and to the South, is Ingleborough.

Wraysholme Halt railway station

Place
Wraysholme Halt was a railway station on the Furness Railway in the Furness exclave of Lancashire. The halt was not open to the public and was used by the British army's Territorial Force as a railhead for troops training at the Rougholme Rifle Range at nearby Humphrey Head.

Beezley Falls

Water

Swaledale Tup

Tourist Attraction

Oak

Tourist Attraction

Grey Squirrels

Tourist Attraction

Bridge End Guest House

Tourist Attraction

Wind Turbines

Tourist Attraction

Acorns

Tourist Attraction
Route Details

Length

4.9 mi

Elev. Gain

705.2 ft

Est. Steps

11000
Created by
Sean Brearley 馃懀馃惥
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