THE THREE PEAKS AREA
     
SETTLE          INGLETON          CHAPEL LE DALE         RIBBLESDALE         KINGSDALE
Easily accessible from the M6 motorway and the Settle and Carlisle Railway, the Three Peaks area of the Yorkshire Dales is the
most visited. Ingleton with it's useful shops and several pubs is a great place to start your exploration of the Yorkshire Dales.
The Settle to Carlisle Railway is another great way to visit the Yorkshire Dales with stations at Settle, Horton in Ribblesdale and Ribblehead enabling access to the national park for those visiting without a car.
There are plenty of caves that are available for explorers of all abilities from the novice caves of Long Churn to the challenging potholes of Black Shiver and Meregill Hole. For the less adventurous White Scar and Ingleborough Caves are open to tourists and non cavers get the opportunity to visit Gaping Gill twice a year when local caving clubs erect a winch across the shaft.
Ingleton
Ingleton
Settle
Settle
Austwick
Austwick
Chapel le Dale
Chapel le Dale
Clapham
Clapham
Horton in Ribblesdale and Ribblesdale
Horton & Ribblesdale
Ribblehead
Ribblehead
Stainforth
Stainforth
Kingsdale
Kingsdale
The Three Peaks of Yorkshire
The Three Peaks
Settle to Carlisle Railway
Settle to Carlisle Rly
Ingleborough Cave
Ingleborough Cave
White Scar Cave
White Scar Cave
Victoria and Jubilee Caves
Attermire Caves
Great Douk Cave
Great Douk Cave
Gaping Gill
Gaping Gill
Caves of Giggleswick Scar
Giggleswick Caves
Long Churn Caves
Long Churn Caves
Sell Gill Holes
Sell Gill Holes
Runscar Cave
Runscar Cave
Thistle Cave
Thistle Cave
West Kingsdale System
Valley Entrance
West Kingsdale System
W. Kingsdale System
Yordas Cave
Yordas Cave
Bunkhouses
Bunkhouses+Camping
Pubs and inns
Pubs
Clapham Bunkhouse Bar
Clapham Bunkhouse
Helwith Bridge Inn
Helwith Bridge Inn
   

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