Underground, Overground in our Limestone Land

Yorkshire Dales National Park

The experience

Enjoy a day of guided walking with a local expert, and visit some of the UK’s finest limestone scenery. Feast in Victorian style with a buffet lunch served underground in Ingleborough Cave, which was first discovered by the Victorians in 1837. Notable features of the tour include the quaint village of Clapham, Gaping Gill (the largest pothole in the UK at just under 100 metres in depth), the Norber Erratics and the Ingleborough Estate Nature Trail.

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Ingleborough Cave

  • Victorian style lunch served underground in Ingleborough Cave
  • Top quality local guides with unrivalled knowledge of the area
  • Explore some of the UK’s finest limestone scenery in the beautiful Yorkshire Dales

The detail

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6 hours

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Group size

4-15 people

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Cost per person

£90 per person

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Fitness level

Moderate - a day of walking.

Parking Facilities

Parking at an additional cost.

Refreshments and meals

Lunch included.

Special equipment needed

Suitable clothing for the weather conditions. Walking boots recommended.


All year round. Advance booking required.

Accessibility considerations and facilities

Not accessible for wheelchair users or people with mobility issues.


Basic English required to fully appreciate the experience.

Group information

  • Tour operator rate
  • Ad hoc group rate
  • Tour series rate
Yorkshire Dales

Yorkshire Dales National Park

Spectacular limestone scenery and traditional farming landscapes meet expansive heather moorland tops.