Ingleborough Estate Nature Trail

Ingleborough Estate Nature Trail, Clapham: Hours, Address, Ingleborough Estate Nature Trail Reviews: 4.5/5

Ingleborough Estate Nature Trail

Ingleborough Estate Nature Trail
4.5
12:00 AM - 11:59 PM
Monday
12:00 AM - 11:59 PM
Tuesday
12:00 AM - 11:59 PM
Wednesday
12:00 AM - 11:59 PM
Thursday
12:00 AM - 11:59 PM
Friday
12:00 AM - 11:59 PM
Saturday
12:00 AM - 11:59 PM
Sunday
12:00 AM - 11:59 PM
About
The Ingleborough Estate Nature Trail is a 1.3 mile walk that is popular with people of all ages. The walk passes a sprawling man made lake, heading up through a wooded valley to the open dale of the imposing entrance to Ingleborough Cave. Allow a minimum of half an hour for this walk along a gravel path, slightly uneven here and there and with some uphill gradients (10° max.).
Suggested duration
1-2 hours
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Sean P
Stoke-on-Trent, UK40 contributions
June Break
Jun 2021
excellent views, watched people climbing while having out lunch after going to the caves , wear strong supportive shoes.
\great for dogs but did see a few people with dogs off their leads which is really bad.
as its lambing time.
well worth the effort
Written 16 June 2021
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Craig D
Kingston-upon-Hull, UK70 contributions
Nice little walk, great for kids too
Oct 2020
A short, uphill walk through trees and along a lake. Plenty of information signs along the trail and even a grotto to stop and see. There's a small charge to go on (£1 adults and 50p children) and you can pay for entrance to Ingleborough Cave there as well. Each way the walk takes between 30 minutes and an hour, depending how often you stop to look at the scenery.
Written 4 November 2020
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madmary_9
Norfolk171 contributions
Nice walk
Sep 2020 • Family
Visited with family, a dog and a pushchair. It's a nice walk(even on a rainy day like ours) on a sloping gravel path. It was hard going with the pushchair but do-able. Nice signs along the way to stop and read about the history and the area
Written 2 October 2020
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hrp27
Woking, UK2 contributions
Fantastic day
Sep 2020
We did this walk (over a mile each way) because we wanted to visit the dog-friendly caves and give the dogs a walk. The trail was made possible for one of our party by the tramper (booked via their website phone number a few days in advance) and we all thoroughly enjoyed the whole day out. The estate and village of Clapham are fascinating and the trail is well laid and easy to navigate with lots of interesting features noted on the information boards. Highly recommended.
Written 2 September 2020
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Raw10stall
Rossendale, UK913 contributions
Not bad for Yorkshire
Aug 2020 • Family
It's about 12 months since our last visit and something's have changed since our last visit such as picnic tables by the cafe and down by the lake which is a great move in my my opinion also story boards telling the history of the place and what to look out for as you walk along

( can I suggest under the story board stands a bin is placed I only saw one as I walked along)

lts a bit of a pull up from the entrance but well worth it. it costs a round £ to go along the and we'll worth it
Our grandchildren said it was a great day out they loved wearing the hard hats they even took our greyhound under ground and they want to bring there parents next time.
Written 26 August 2020
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vikkiec
Cannock, UK51 contributions
scenic
Aug 2020
Walked through the trail to get to the cave, very pretry and not to strenuous even on a red hot day.
Written 26 August 2020
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GTPR-NW
Preston, UK43 contributions
Lovely Trail
Aug 2020 • Family
Walked through here on the way to Ingleborough Caves. Steady climb upwards to the caves, good footpath and plenty of seats if little legs get tired.
Written 16 August 2020
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Sarah L
Greater London, UK25 contributions
Great cave s and fantastic walk
Aug 2020
Caves are absolutely brilliant. We did a self guided tour and the information was great, there was also a chap in the cave with more information. Not too busy and very well organised. We opted to do the longer walk up to Gaping Gill and Inglebourough. While challenging it was well worth the effort.
Written 13 August 2020
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Mother3g
55 contributions
Nice walk
Aug 2020 • Family
Lovely walk, interesting facts along the way. About 1 mile to cave entrance.Very small shop at cave entrance no seating inside, drinks ice cream available. Would like to return without younger children and walk on further to gaping gill.
Written 9 August 2020
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Kathryn c
Wrexham, UK12 contributions
Pleasant walk whatever the weather
Feb 2020
Did this trail on a wet and windy day but it was still beautiful. It starts in the village of Clapham and takes you to Ingleborough Cave. Would be interesting to follow this trail at least once in every season to see how the beautiful views and scenery change.
Written 25 February 2020
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