Ingleton Falls

If you are planning a holiday to the Yorkshire Dales, then you are going to want to consider booking your visit to the famous Ingleton Falls trail.

Ingleton Falls Walk

The trail features a variety of terrains and pathways, leading through dense wooded areas, across narrow bridges, up steep rocky paths and across open farmland. The trail begins alongside the river, passing smaller waterfalls as you climb towards the largest and most spectacular waterfalls.

Ingleton Falls infographic

Where is Ingleton Falls?

The Ingleton Falls trail starts and ends in the heat of the village of Ingleton, Yorkshire. The waterfall trail is approximately 25 miles from both Kendal and Skipton.

The post code for sat-navs is LA6 3ET

What’s at Ingleton Falls?

Aside from the famous Ingleton Falls trail and the accompanying stunning scenery, you will find a cafe and toilet facilities by the falls car park entrance. The Ingleton Falls trail offers limited parking which is included within your ticket price.

After parking your car, head to the far end of the car park to purchase your tickets and begin the trail.

Ingleton falls large waterfall

Ingleton Falls Prices

See the current prices for entry to Ingleton Falls below:

  • Adult £8.00 (16 years & over)
  • Child £4.00 (under 16 years)

The Ingleton Falls trail only accepts payment by card. There is no need to book in advance.

Ingleton Falls Accommodation

Ingleton village and its surrounding areas have some excellent places to stay while visiting the Ingleton Falls trail and the Yorkshire Dales National Park.

Ingleton has both caravan sites, camp sites and private cottage rental, for a more luxurious stay when visiting the Yorkshire Dales.

Our Recommendation

Just 5 minutes drive from the Ingleton Falls trail is the highly rated Bridleways Cottage. The cottage is situated in the quiet hamlet of Far Westhouse, surrounded by stunning countryside, and within easy reach of Ingleton village and the historic town of Kirkby Lonsdale.

Information correct at time of publishing (May 2021). Please see the official Ingleton Falls website for latest information including details on accessibility. https://www.ingletonwaterfallstrail.co.uk

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