Campsites in Ingleborough National Nature Reserve with snow sports

Pitch below the Yorkshire Dales’ biggest peaks to see rewilding in action and go waterfall watching.

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Woodman's Huts

3 units · Glamping1 acre · Cumbria, North West England
Beautiful handmade shepherd's huts in the heart of the picturesque South Lakes
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RHC & Glamping

6 units · Glamping15 acres · Lancashire, North West England
Hi Hipcampers, We are a 15 acre site of hillsides and woodlands, with woodland paths a few beautiful ponds and a small river! We have fabulous views to of the hills to be enjoyed. Theres lots of wildlife here from deer to Canadian geese. We have some stone fire pits for our guests to use foc! We have a games room and lots of children swings and activities.
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Deerstone Glamping

6 units · Glamping82 acres · Lancashire, North West England
Geodesic domes with a sauna and a dome cinema on site in the Lancashire countryside
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The Damson Shepherd's Hut

1 unit · Glamping1 acre · Cumbria, North West England
A shepherd's hut for two in the lesser-known Lyth Valley, four miles from Lake Windermere
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Hollow Oak Glamping

2 units · Glamping1 acre · Abergele, Conwy, North Wales
Handcrafted huts on a working farm, 10 minutes from the coast and 30 minutes from Snowdonia National Park
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Camp Llandudno

80 units · Tents6 acres · Llandudno, Wales
Old-school camping in an excellent location near the Llandudno seaside and Great Orme
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Pike Low Farm Camping

20 units · Tents15 acres · Alton, England
Pike Low Farm is a small 15 acre family run small holding, with sheep, goats, ducks and chickens. A back to basics camp with two composting toilets, water tap and a washing up sink. We are in the Staffordshire moorlands just a 4 minute drive to Alton towers and Peak Wildlife Park. The N550 cycle route is at the camp entrance. We are in between two market towns Ashbourne and Leek. The Peak District National Park is a 5 minute drive, you can visit Thors Cave, Hartington, Chatsworth House. Etc. Leek has the Roaches for hiking, climbing and a reservoir. Ashbourne has the start of the Tissington Trail.
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Campsites in Ingleborough National Nature Reserve with snow sports guide

Overview

Ingleborough is the second-highest summit in Yorkshire Dales National Park, popularly climbed as part of the Yorkshire Three Peaks, along with nearby Whernside and Pen-y-Ghent. Yet Ingleborough is also an NNR extending north and east of the peak—this area drives an impressive rewilding project seeking to restore the beautiful limestone grasslands and peat bog-spattered moor. The best NNR access point is Horton-in-Ribblesdale on the east side, sporting a campsite and pub. South of the NNR, the moorland rises to Ingleborough summit, best approached from Ingleton. Campers come mainly for hiking, but also to go caving and check out Ingleton’s eye-catching waterfalls.

Where to go

Horton-in-Ribblesdale

A stop on the super-scenic mainline railway, Horton-in-Ribblesdale is among the most important Yorkshire Dales trailheads, with Ingleborough off west and Pen-y-Ghent east. The two are commonly hiked from here as part of the Yorkshire Three Peaks Challenge, and the village centre’s camping options heighten its popularity. Access the NNR to the west of the village—the out-and-back hike to Ingleborough summit is nine miles long.

Ribblehead & Chapel-le-Dale

The northern and western edges of the NNR are respectively flanked by Ribblehead (with a station on the Settle to Carlisle line) and Chapel-le-Dale. The station has a pub and café-cum-visitor centre, plus access onto the northern end of the NNR. To the southwest, however, Chapel-le-Dale has the area’s only campsite, another pub, and better access to the NNR’s western side and up to Ingleborough summit.

Ingleborough Common & Ingleborough

South of Ingleborough NNR is the area’s knockout scenery—picture the summit of Ingleborough wrapped in the expansive, crag-dotted moorland of Ingleborough Common. Potholes and caves riddle this speleologist’s heaven, while gaping Ingleborough Cave and White Scar Cave can be toured. Camp around Ingleton or Austwick to take trails running onto the common and then north onto Ingleborough NNR.

Ingleton & Around

Enchanting Ingleton has long been accustomed to being a tourist draw. The fabulous walks to Ingleton Waterfalls visit several cascades that churn through steep-sided wooded valleys, while to the north, White Scar Cave is another attraction. Hikers can also head up onto barren Ingleborough Common and Ingleborough summit via the Pennine Way trail, and from here continue north or east to explore Ingleborough NNR. Campsites can be found close to the Ingleton Waterfalls trail and southeast of Ingleton.

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