Ingleton is a village in North Yorkshire, England and is part of Craven. Not far from Lancaster & Settle, it lies on the western side of the Pennines where the Rivers Doe and Twiss converge into the River Greta. Ingleton forms part of Yorkshire Dales National Park and is home to many amazing landscape features.
We guarantee that Ingleton’s scenery fulfils everyone’s dreams and its trails are best appreciated by mountain bike. Bikes can be rented from nearby shops like the well-known, Dales Bike Centre as well as a few others, Riders have many options for rentals, such as single rentals or renting for groups.
Make the best use of your mountain-bike?
As the best introduction to this amazing experience we suggest Crummack Dale Dab. It offers an incredible overview where you can appreciate the Three Peaks area. This is a 12-mile circular route starting from Clapham, only 3 miles from Ingleton through Clapham road. Austwick, Clapham, & Feizor are recommended for refreshment stops.
One can proceed to The Tour of Whernside. Being very steep, we would recommend taking this tour on the way back to origin. It boasts of excellent downhills and awesome views. The loop to Dent can be omitted if you are not a pro, however, as it’s quite unrideable in places due natural conditions.
Other nearby trails
Ingleton is just 10 miles away from Gisburn Forest mountain bike trail. This is highly recommended for you mountain-bikers. If you haven’t yet heard of this trail, it’s one that you should check out, because it is amazing! Another great trail is the Ingleton Waterfalls Trail, a five-mile circular tour from the village.
Mountain biking, like many other specialized sports, is something that comes with a wide variety of choices. Whether you like to race down rocky hills or you prefer something a bit more scenic and beautiful, there is a perfect trail waiting for you. Grab a good bike and find a trail that suits your style!