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Harling House, Raber Top Lane. Ingleton, Yorkshire Dales



Telephone 015242 42113

Raber Top Lane


Yorkshire Dales


(Satnav, use LA6 3DL)

      015242 42113

0776 5224721

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Some guests come to stay to do 'The Yorkshire 3 Peaks', as a personal or group challenge. Many enjoy hiking the peaks 1 at a time too - a day each for Ingleborough, Whernside and Pen-y-Ghent. Ingleton is also on Wainwright's 'Pennine Journey'. There are many other walking options, some official routes and some that we have found. For example, the Ingleton Waterfalls Trail and the 3 Westhouse Walks. In addition, we and guests enjoy the countryside walks directly from the door, taking in the views towards Ingleborough and Morecambe Bay. When you book your stay, we'll send you more details about the Waterfalls Trail and the 3 Peaks. Just get in touch if you'd like this beforehand, to help you plan your stay.

Map and Compas, Harling House, Ingleton View to Ingleborough from Thornton in Lonsdale.

Start your day with an early breakfast if you like and we can provide a packed lunch too (charge for lunch).


We have a wide selection of maps, leaflets and local knowledge to help you plan your walk, whether you'd like an early morning stroll to catch the birdsong or a walk of a couple of miles just to 'get away from it all'.


If the weather has been unkind, we can hang your wet clothes to dry and warm up out of your way.

Ingleton Waterfalls trail. A 4.5 mile walk, with steps, waterfalls and views.

Example walks include:

  • Local Lanes taking in farms and views,

  • Clapham to Austwick,

  • Walk to Thornton in Lonsdale

  • The Westhouse Walks

  • Malham Cove and Janet's Foss waterfall

  • A stroll around Ribblehead viaduct and Blea Moor, and visit to the train station visitor centre or Ingleborough Nature Reserve.

  • A walk through the town of Kirkby Lonsdale to enjoy 'Ruskins View' across the river Lune.