Ingleton

  • Ingleton and Cam End

    This mountain bike route of 29.2 miles starts from Ingleton on the western edge of the Yorkshire Dales. It heads out on a clockwise route around Ingleborough going under the Ribblehead Viaduct to reach Cam End junction before returning via the Pennine Bridleway. There is a great variety of riding with moorland tracks, hardpack double track, sheep clipped grass, fun singletrack and some rocky bits. It’s a great ride with big views and not many really steep bits or hugely technical sections.


    Start from the Information Centre car park (GR694730). Leave the car park keeping the visitor centre on the right then at the T-junction at the exit turn right. Go under the bridge then at the following junction turn left and descend a short way to a junction at the bottom. Turn left and go across the bridge over the river to a junction directly after (GR694732). Turn right and follow the road out of the houses for a steep climb through the trees. After a while the lane plateaus and goes down a gentle descent before climbing again to a gated junction on a right hand bend (GR699745).


    GPS log courtesy of Flattyres-MTB. A full route guide for this ride is available on their website here: Ingleton and Cam End.

  • Ingleton and Pennine Bridleway

    This is a mountain bike route of 37 miles that starts in Ingleton, on the western edge of the Yorkshire Dales. It is a ride across big moors with some great rocky descents and lots of limestone features to look at on the way. The first half of the route heads out around Whernside before returning on the Pennine Bridleway. 

    Start from the Information Centre car park (GR694730). Leave the car park keeping the visitor centre on the right then at the T-junction at the exit turn right. Go under the bridge then at the following junction turn left and descend a short way to a junction at the bottom. Turn left and go across the bridge over the river to a junction directly after (GR694732). Turn right and follow the road out of the houses for a steep climb through the trees. After a while the lane plateaus and goes down a gentle descent before climbing again to a gated junction on a right hand bend (GR699745).

    GPS log courtesy of Flattyres-MTB. A full route guide for this ride is available on their website here: Ingleton and the Pennine Bridleway