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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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A fantastic opportunity for studying glaciation, rivers, rural environments and tourism. Easedale Beck is ideal for a river study and Grasmere for a tourism study.  You can also complete ambien no prescription sketches of the valleys for glaciation.

Accommodation is available at Grasmere YH for up to 80.

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 The Blencathra Centre

The Blencathra Centre occupies a dramatic setting at 300m on a south facing slope of Blencathra in The Lake District National Park and offers an unparalleled panorama across the Keswick, Helvellyn and Skiddaw areas. Purposely converted from a former Sanatorium in 1993 these unique buildings provide field courses for schools and universities at all levels as well as a programme of courses for individuals and families. It is primarily a residential centre with increasing numbers of day visitors partly as a result of a close working relationship with the YHA.The Blencathra Centre is part of the Field Studies Council, an environmental education charity.As such it is important that we try to ‘practice what we preach ’and promote the importance of sustainability to our visitors. Every year we host more than 8000 learners from over 300 schools and universities .Our visitors come from all over the UK, and for many it is their first visit to the Lake District.  During their
courses, students come into contact with our approach to ‘green tourism’. It is a unique experience, enriched through an awareness of the special relationship between people and the environment.

You can find out more on the Blencathra Centre site.

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Castleton

Street scene of Castleton in the Peak District

Castleton, a honeypot in the Peak District

Castleton is a great tourist honeypot location for completing fieldwork into the impact of tourism and limestone environments. It is easily accessible with plenty of parking.

You can find out more about Castleton on Internet Geography.

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Walton on The Naze – Essex

Walton on the Naze is an ideal location for beach profiling, coastal management, tourism, renewable energy (wind), estuarine environments and geology.

The beach is accessible via a short walk.

If you have images to share of this area cialis please send them to anthony.bennett@geographyfieldtrips.com

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  • Ingleton

    Ingleton

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

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  • Grasmere and Easedale Tarn

    Grasmere and Easedale Tarn

    Glacial Environment, Honeypot, Rivers, Tourism

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  • The Blencathra Centre

    The Blencathra Centre

    Glacial Environment, Rivers, Tourism, Upland Glaciation, Upland River

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  • Castleton

    Castleton

    Honeypot, Tourism

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  • Walton on The Naze – Essex

    Walton on The Naze – Essex

    Coastal Environment, Coastal Management, Deposition Landforms, Renewable Energy, Tourism, Wind

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