Attractions

<a title=’Ingleborough Cave’ href=’http://www.ingleboroughcave.co.uk/’ target=’_blank’>Ingleborough Cave</a> is one of three show caves in the Yorkshire Dales; the others being <a title=’White Scar Cave’ href=’http://www.whitescarcave.co.uk/’ target=’_blank’>White Scar Cave</a> and <a title=’Stump Cross Caverns’ href=’http://stumpcrosscaverns.co.uk/’ target=’_blank’>Stump Cross Caverns</a>. It is reached by a lovely walk along a nature trail which starts in the village of Clapham and has been a visitor attraction since 1837.

The passages of the cave are floodlit and there are well laid concrete paths so usual outdoor clothing and footwear are sufficient. An expert guide meets you at the entrance to the cave and takes you through the system, interpreting the many cave features along the way. You can visit the cave in all weathers.

Beyond the showcave, Ingleborough Cave is linked through complicated underground passages to the Gaping Gill system. It took many years for this link to be made with a through trip not completed until 1983.

 

Ingleborough Cave

Ingleborough Cave is one of three show caves in the Yorkshire Dales. It is reached by a lovely walk along a nature trail which starts in the village of Clapham and has been a visitor attraction since 1837.

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Bolton Abbey Estate

Bolton Abbey is in the heart of the Yorkshire Dales. With just under 30,000 acres of beautiful countryside and ample of space to run around and enjoy the fresh air, there is something for all ages.

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Fountains Abbey

This National Trust property is a World Heritage Site and includes the evocative ruins of a Medieval monastery and the delightful water gardens of Studley Royal.

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Stump Cross Caverns

Stump Cross Caverns is a show cave which lies alongside the road between Grassington and Pateley Bridge, and is on the Way of the Roses cycle route.

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Dales Countryside Museum

The Museum tells the fascinating story of the Yorkshire Dales and the people who have lived and worked here for thousands of years. With loads of fun and interesting things for visitors of all ages.

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Parcevall Hall Gardens

Within the tranquil grounds, visitors will find many facets of the garden: woodland walks, formal areas, south facing terraces, a limestone rock garden and a beautiful rose garden.

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Theakstons Brewery

Theakstons is an independent family run brewery where you can take a tour and experience the craft and skill that goes into brewing each and every pint.

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Stainmore Railway

Based at Kirkby Stephen East station this delightful heritage railway attraction offers plenty to do for enthusiasts and families.

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