Ingleton Waterfalls Trail, Ingleton

4.5
#1 of 539 in Trails in United Kingdom
Must see · Hiking Trail · Nature / Park
Comfortable shoes are all you need to enjoy Ingleton Waterfalls Trail, a hugely popular circular trail noted for its varied wildlife and geological features. Proud locals claim that this trail, 8 km (5 mi) long and with a vertical rise of 169 m (554 ft), includes some of the most spectacular waterfall and woodland scenery in the north of England. See what the fuss is about by taking a walk along the rivers Twiss and Doe, which form several waterfalls varying in size and power. Don’t stop until you reach the Triple Spout, featuring three lively waterfalls cascading side by side. Remember that the entire trail is on private land, with a fee charged at the entrance. Make Ingleton Waterfalls Trail part of your personalized Ingleton itinerary using our Ingleton trip itinerary builder tool.
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  • Such a beautiful trail with amazing views! ALOT of stairs, but is worth it! I would recommend taking a picnic with you as it’s a 4-5 hour walk!  more »
  • The 4.5 mile hike around two sets of waterfalls is well worth the effort as you are met with heaps of natural beauty and on that point only the venue deserves full marks. Unfortunately though one has....  more »
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  • Amazing! Amazing! Amazing! Must see! 8km waterfalls trail.. super beautiful and peaceful place ♡ take comfortable shoes with you, water and some food as there is many places for picni on a way.. I will definitely come back there! Good price.
  • It was very good walking round the various waterfall trails. The kids enjoyed it also even though it took us over 4 hours to complete the trail. I would recommend a full day to do the trail as it'll give you the opportunity to admire some of the scenery, take a break and a picnic. I would also recommend wearing since walking boots/shoes or something comfortable on your feet as there are lots of steps and uneven grounds to walk through. Overall, a very enjoyable day and would recommend as a good family day out.
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