Ingleton Waterfalls Trails

Broadwood Entrance, Ingleton, Carnforth, LA6 3ET

Ingleton Waterfall trails is a lovely family day, located near Carnforth, North of Lancaster. It’s a short circular walk from the Yorkshire Dales village of Ingleton. In fact, you can find four stunning waterfalls as you stroll through ancient woodlands.

The Ingleton WarerFalls Trails follows a good footpath alongside two rivers.  Indeed, it delivers glorious views of the waterfalls and many of the ancient limestone rocks that form the Yorkshire Dales National Park.

Pass Pecca Falls and Thornton Force on the River Twiss and Beezley Falls and Snow Falls on the River Doe. In fact, the trail  was first developed in the 19th century for visitors arriving in Ingleton by train.

The unique geology of the area, plus its trees, plants and birdlife, have prompted Natural England to declare it a Site of Special Scientific Interest.

This route was voted 36th in a 2017 ITV poll to find Britain’s Favourite Walk.