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Yorkshire Dales National Park
Ingleton, in the Yorkshire Dales National Park, has been a well known tourist centre for well over a century, with its famous waterfalls, Glens Walk, and the underground splendour of Ingleborough Cavern. The area provides facilities for walking, fishing, pot holing, bird-watching and golf – and is also within easy reach of the Lake District National Park.
In the Aire gap separating the Craven limestone Dales to the north, gritstone moors to the south, and the pastoral Ribble valley to the west, Skipton is an attractive and bustling market town serving a large rural area. Skipton was anciently distinguished by Skipton Castle, constructed in 1090 Just outside the National Park boundary, Skipton prides itself on being ‘The Gateway to the Dales’.
Ingleborough Mountain, one of the famous Three Peaks of the Yorkshire Dales National Park, is renowned for its caves and potholes. The area contains a labyrinth of underground passages and watercourses hollowed out of the limestone rock over thousands of years.