This route leads from the village of Clapham to the summit of Ingleborough and back again passing several points of interest including Ingleborough Cave and Gaping Gill. Ingleborough is one of the 3 peaks, the other two being Pen-y-ghent and Whernside.
Circular | 17.4km (10.8 miles) | Difficulty: Medium
This route is fairly straight-forward and is well marked so walkers can easily find the way. The walk is mostly flat except for when travelling up and down the sides of Gunnerside Gill.
Circular | 15.3km (10 miles) | Difficulty: Medium
This route offers walkers the chance to have a look at some of the old lead mining buildings in the valleys strewn across the moor.
Circular | 13km (8 miles) | Difficulty: Medium
This is a one way route so walkers will either need to think ahead or be prepared to do some back tracking.
Linear | 6.86km (4.25 miles) | Difficulty: Medium
This route starts and ends in the picturesque Yorkshire village of Marske. The walk is short with some brief steep inclines, the largest challenge along the way is the mud during the wetter seasons. Mostly following farm tracks, the route eventually leads to some moorland paths and ends with stretches of quiet road to walk along back to the village.
Circular | 8.31km (5.2 miles) | Difficulty: Easy
This walk mixes sections of the Pennine way and the route used for the 3 peaks challenge to offer walkers extensive views of the North Yorkshire moors. The route traverses Whitber Hill then climbs Pen-y-ghent before returning to Horton-in-Ribblesdale.
Circular | 10.2km (6.3 miles) | Difficulty: Medium
This is a relatively short route which offers some amazing views of Swale Dale and the valley surrounding Arkle Beck. The route is initially field walking followed by a brief, but steep, ascent onto moorlands.
Circular | 9.71km (6 miles) | Difficulty: Medium