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Falls Park is a great base camp in the Yorkshire Dales. The park is on the route of the Waterfall Wonderland which is the Ingleton Waterfall Trail. Beside the Park above Beezley Falls, the River Doe provides calm waters in which to fish with a stepping stone crossing which forms the start of a trail that will take you up to Ingleborough to begin the three peak challenge. If exploring above ground isn't adventurous enough for you, below the waterfalls and mountains lie the country's largest network of potholes. The longest show cave in Britain, 'White Scar Cave', lays across the valley from Falls Park and can be reached by following the stepping stone trail across the River Doe.
There's plenty to do close by and further afield and we've listed a few ideas of things to do. Your home from home is also a great place to relax and unwind amid the beautiful landscape in this haven in the Yorkshire Dales.
The Yorkshire Three Peaks near Ribblehead. Ingleborough, Pen-y-ghent and Whernside. Walk, run, cycle. Are you up to the Three Peaks Challenge?
Nearby is White Scar Cave, the longest show cave in Britain. www.whitescarcave.co.uk
The Settle to Carlisle Railway runs over the stunning Ribblehead Viaduct and between the Yorkshire Three Peaks. www.settle-carlisle.co.uk
In Malham you can marvel at the Cove and climb the waterfall at Gordale Scar. Hint, you climb the middle bit. A great day out for the family.
Ingleton Climbing Wall is a great rainy day activity. www.inglesport.com
Day passes for fly fishing in the River Doe and River Twiss can be purchased from the newsagents in the village. These sections of the river are run by the Ingleton Angling Association and we are looking into whether guests of Falls Park could become members.
Ingleton plays host to the deepest and arguably most spectacular potholes in the country. There are many companies which do tours of these potholes. www.adventuremakers.co.uk
Gisburn Forest is a mountain bike track that is suitable for the family as well as offering Red and Black Runs for the more daring and skilled riders. www.gisburnbiketrails.com
Wensleydale Creamery Visitor Centre in Hawes is a unique place to visit, full of history, heritage, and heaps of Wensleydale cheese-fuelled fun. www.wensleydale.co.uk
Kirkby Lonsdale is not far down the road and is a beautiful place to relax on a summer's day or go for a walk along the riverbank.
Skipton is a market town within an hour's drive of Falls Park. Skipton was crowned the most desirable area in the country by The Sunday Times' 101 Best Places to live in Britain! This is probably down to its numerous cafes, pubs and famous castle.
Within an hour you can be deep in the heart of the Lake District or the Forest of Bowland and so Falls Park offers a gateway to other beautiful lands beyond the Yorkshire Dales National Park.
To see even more of the amazing things to do in Ingleton during your stay visit
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