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Name:Ingleborough
Hill number:2780
Height:724m / 2375ft
RHB Section:35B: The Central Pennines
Nuttall/Wainwright area:Yorkshire Dales - Southern Fells
County/UA:North Yorkshire (CoU)
Catchment:Lune
Class:Marilyn, Hump, Simm, Hewitt, Nuttall,
Buxton & Lewis, Bridge, Clem, Trail 100
(Ma,Hu,Tu,Sim,Hew,N,BL,Bg,Cm,T100)
Grid ref:SD 74125 74587
Summit feature:large cairn between trig point and shelter
Drop:427m
Col:297m  SD759795  
OS map sheet(s):(1:50k) 98
(1:25k) OL2W
Observations:trig point (SD74119 74560) is 25m S; cairn 60m W at SD 74066 74585 is probably lower
Survey:Abney level
GPS data:show GPS entries for this hill

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Third peak of a long grueling day of heavy rain but we were quite lucky in that it seemed to ease for each summit. Made the top of Ingleborough as it was getting towards evening and there were some beautiful colours in the sky that added to wonder views. Very barren, flat summit. Very different to the first two of the day.MysteriousSue17/06/2019
After Whernside with Jill and 4 Foot Loose friendsGrey Hare11/06/2019
Visited Ingleborough Caves, very wet at endrossdrossd27/05/2019
From Clapham via Gaping Gill and Simon Fell. Returned to Ingletongeoffh1225/05/2019
Repeat of a walk that we did about 9 years ago, starting in Clapham, via Trow Gill, Gaping Gill and down via Sulber gate and Long Scar. Hot day, bit of a slog towards the end. On the way back, didn't see a single soul for 3 hours.CandS3713/05/2019
Three Peaks fell racepaulcook280928/04/2019
From Ribblehead and Chapel-le-Dalepaulcook280907/04/2019
Completed whilst Ingleborough circular from Clapham. With Lizgavopeo17/03/2019
From the North on a beautiful Sunday morning before it became busy.NormanW24/02/2019
u3a reccesoftsquare03/12/2018
Debs & Talisker enroute to SettleMountain Goat07/11/2018
From Whernside and Chapel-le-Dalepaulcook280906/10/2018
With Deborah - 1st of our Yorkshire Three PeaksWierdostomps29/09/2018
Yorkshire three peaks walk. Unlike the previous two summits, sunny, great viewsGary Heath29/09/2018
2nd climb of the day, crossed the valley from Whernside, across some boggy ground, hard scramble up the north slope. Summit very windy and exposed. Instead of descending the normal routes, I continued along the ridge following the boundary, stay on north side of wall and descend past the quarry. Superb views at the summit if you dare open your eyes to the strong windsgiant_hiker22/09/2018
Y3P with Dez/Karl and LukeNottsOutdoorLad22/09/2018
Y3Pcbarbrook01/09/2018
From the Old Hill. Windy and wet - typical bank holiday weather.Peter_W_Mitchell 27/08/2018
Leading a group on the Y3P.Wheelsy18/08/2018
Y3P Trainingcbarbrook11/08/2018
Ingleborough from IngletonPaulGibbons04/08/2018
absolutely hauntedrobynetzan22/07/2018
Ingleborough, Whernsidekeithouk08/07/2018
Ingleborough from GR: SD 70162 73160ronaldo33301/07/2018
Ingleborough from GR: SD 70162 73160Hippster01/07/2018
Yorkshire 3 Peaks Challenge!Smog29/06/2018
Pen - y - ghent > Whitber Hill > Whernside > Ingleborough from GR: SD 80663 72695ronaldo33324/06/2018
From Simon Fell. This was probably my fourth visit.rfoster02/06/2018
Leading a group on the Y3P.Wheelsy12/05/2018
Y3P With CharlieNottsOutdoorLad12/05/2018
2nd time on the 3 peaks also added in park fell and simon fellThe-Z-Man04/05/2018
Three Peaks Racepaulcook280928/04/2018
First Ascent from Ingleton, first hill of many on the Fellsmandanielmudd198228/04/2018
A run up and down from Thornton Le Dale. in High winds and low visability. Fun.Shutterlag11/04/2018
From Whernside / Chapel-le-Dalepaulcook280907/04/2018
Snow day. Heilunggavopeo03/02/2018
Circular from ClaphamMountainTerrier28/01/2018
U3a walk...ok weather...back via juniper gulf....impressivesoftsquare10/01/2018
Ascended from Low Sleights Road (north of Chapel-le-Dale) via Humphrey Bottom, then along the ridge to Park Fell via Simon Fell and Simon Fell North Top.raymooremanx01/01/2018
Ingleborough > Ingleborough East Top > Simon Fell > Simon Fell East Top > Simon Fell South - East Top > Simon Fell North Top from GR: SD 74531 77779ronaldo33310/12/2017
11th ascent. From Clapham via Gaping Ghyll around over Simon Fell to bag the SE Top and back down the wall back and boggy ATV track back to Gaping Ghyll. With L and Martha the spaniel. Sunny ! Great curio shop in Clapham and nice chat with owner re pets, schools, voluntary YHA wardening.Chris Pearson02/11/2017
From just beyond pub in Chapel-le-Dale. (very big layby, 744777). Good paved path, some muddy bits, sunny, mild, cold wind and good views.iangalbraith27/10/2017
Leading a group on the Y3P.Wheelsy07/10/2017
Parked at Station Inn. Walked along road then up to Ingleborough, followed by Simon Fell and Park Fell. 3.5 hoursLongwojo06/09/2017
With Roger Templeman. Up from Philpin Sleights on a hunt for old benchmarks so an unusual route taken hugging the old stone wall up Souther Scales Fell. Simon Fell and Park Fell also done before a direct descent down to Great Douk Cave and back to the car.jonglew04/09/2017
Spur of the moment walk of the Yorkshire 3 weeks, glorious blue day.Cap_Thunderbolt02/09/2017
lost count how many times done, up from Simon fell with Andy then down to Horton for train to Ribblehead and a pint in the station inncolinfielding31/08/2017
Up from Ribblehead via Park Fell and Simon Fell with Colin.bevandy11431/08/2017
With CPgarth8729/08/2017
Leading a group on the Y3P.Wheelsy29/08/2017