Welcome to Wild Ingleborough Walks

Exposed limestone pavement on the lower slopes of Ingleborough mountain in the Wild Ingleborough project site © Andrew Parkinson, WWF-UK (1).jpg

Welcome to Wild Ingleborough Walks

Location: Ribblehead Quarry, Ribblehead Quarry,
off Low Sleight Road (B6255)
Carnforth,
Ribblehead, Yorkshire, LA6 3JF
Join us for a gentle walk to find out more about the exciting new Wild Ingleborough project.

Event details

Meeting point

Ribblehead Quarry Car Park off Low Sleights Road (B6255)

Date

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Time
25 August 2pm, 29 August 10am, 26 September 10am, 31 October 10am, 28 November 10am
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About the event

A gentle two mile walk from Ribblehead Quarry to Colt Park and back. The walk will take in the fascinating limestone pavements, amazing wildflowers and stunning scenery of the Ingleborough National Nature Reserve.

You will meet the staff who are working hard to make the landscape better for wildlife and people.

Dates:

25 August 2pm,

29 August 10am,

26 September 10am,

31 October 10am,

28 November 10am

Joining us on the day

We will be meeting at the entry to Ribblehead Quarry which is part of the Ingleborough NNR.

Grid Reference: SD 76601 78857

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The nearest train station is Ribblehead (LA6 3JF). If arriving by train simply exit the station and walk towards the B6255 (Low Sleights Rd). Upon reaching the road turn left and walk under the viaduct and take the track on your left to walk towards car park.

Access via car is a track off the B6255 (Low Sleights Rd) near to The Station Inn.

Booking

Know before you go

Dogs

Guide dogs only

Mobility

The guided walk is approximately two miles long with minor slopes and some uneven ground. In places the ground under foot may be muddy especially if its been raining.

Wheelchair access

No

Hearing loop

No

What to bring

Our events mostly take place outside so brace yourself for the Yorkshire weather! Sturdy footwear is recommended. As we're in the uplands weather can change quite quickly so you are advised to bring extra layers and waterproofs. If it's a hot day, remember a hat, suncream and plenty of water.

There are no toilets available at the meeting point but two are available at Colt Park (the halfway point). There are no visitor centres at this nature reserve so bring food and plenty of drink if you wish.

Parking information

Free but limited

Facilities

Toilets

Covid-19 secure

We are limiting numbers and encouraging people to stick to the current guidelines around social distancing. Hand sanitiser will also be available.

Contact us

If you're having difficulties with your booking, or you have more questions about the event, please don't hesitate to get in touch! You can email us at supporter.services@ywt.org.uk or drop us a call on 01904 659570.

About Wild Ingleborough

Wild Ingleborough wants to create a wilder future for Ingleborough. We want to bring back ancient woodland, hear skylarks sing over limestone grasslands and witness spectacular displays of wildflowers.

Wild Ingleborough is a partnership between Yorkshire Wildlife Trust, WWF, Natural England, University of Leeds, United Bank of Carbon and Woodland Trust.