Ribblehead, Great Douk and Southerscales
This 9km (5.5 mile) walk on the Ingleborough National Nature Reserve (NNR) takes you past many points of historical and archaeological interest. Although a GPS is not necessary to complete the walk you may find one useful to help you locate some of the features described. This is a moderate walk over paths and open fell with no steep ascents or descents. It does however cross extensive areas of limestone pavement which can be quite difficult and, when wet, very slippery. Please wear appropriate clothing – including stout footwear. Please keep dogs under close control at all times. This walk may be extended by returning via Natural England’s Ridge Route walk which is described in a separate leaflet. This extension takes you almost to the summit of Ingleborough and will result in a round walk of about 12km (7.5mile).
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