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Ingleton is a tourist honeypot in the Yorkshire Dales. It is an ideal location to study rivers (via the Ingleton Waterfalls Trail), limestone scenery (there are two limestone caves that are worth a visit – Ingleborough Cave and White Scar cave) and the impact and management of tourism. Ingleton Waterfalls Trail is a well-known circular trail beginning and ending in the village of Ingleton in the English county of North Yorkshire. The video below shows Thornton Force on the River Twiss which features on the Ingleton Waterfalls Trail.

Both the Waterfalls Trail and the caverns incur a cost.

In addition to this Gaping Gill, a deep pothole with the stream Fell Beck flowing into it, is worth a visit but be sure to complete a full risk assessment before visiting with a group!

There is plenty of parking within the village including several council owned car parks along with the car park at the waterfalls. Parking is not free.

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Malham Cove

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Malham Cove

Malham Cove is an amphitheater shaped cliff formation of limestone rock. Water from Malham Tarn once flowed over the cliff. It is now a popular destination for climbers who dare to scale the 260ft cliff face.

There are a range of limestone features here. These include:
– a limestone pavement
– a resurgence

Parking is available in the village of Malham. Malham Cove is then approximately a 1 1/2 kms walk.

You can find out more on Internet Geography

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    Honeypot, Limestone Environment, Limestone features, Rivers, Tourism, Upland River

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    Malham Cove

    Limestone Environment, Limestone Pavement, Resurgence

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