The Yorkshire Three Peaks
Being a “Three Peaks Village” we have direct access via the village and nature trail past Ingleborough Cave & Gaping Ghyll directly to the summit of Ingleborough. If you are attempting the Three Peaks Challenge, we are only a 20 min car ride from the starting point of Horton-In-Ribblesdale. Walk to Trow Ghyll and over to the amazing Norber Erratics or simply relax by the river and watch the world go by. For the walkers amongst you, we have everything you need including Maps, Compass’s plus Foot & Insect creams
We offer early morning breakfast (on request with notice) plus packed lunches (again with notice).
We also provide boot trays in each room plus a wet room for all your dreaded wet weather gear.
- Ingleborough – Only 6 miles to the top.
- Ingleborough Cave – a gentle walk of 1 ½ miles from the New Inn.
- Trow Gill and Gaping Gill – a further 10 minutes walk up the valley from the cave.
- Settle & Carlisle Steam Railway – Departs Long Preston (near Settle) every Wednesday.
- Bolton Abbey Steam Railway – About 18 miles south, departs every day in summer.
- White Scar Cave – The longest show cave in Britain – 6 miles north of Clapham
- Settle Markets – every Tuesday.
- Austwick – an easy 1 mile walk to this historic village
For more information about the Yorkshire Three Peaks, check out Think Adventure for route, equipment, walk-through guide and frequently asked questions.