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Walk Details
This walk has many advantages, including the facility to hire an all- terrain wheelchair from Ingleborough Estate which can be used to travel the 1.5 mile trail to the entrance to the Ingleborough Cave.

It is a beautiful walk at any time of the year, but in Spring the Rhododendrons are in bloom making this walk a feast of colour.

It is a gentle stroll from Clapham, along the well maintained gravel track to the cave, where it is then possible to transfer into a manual chair for a tour of the show cave that boosts being England’s only wheelchair accessible cave. A well- lit footpath leads you deep into the cave where you will see an impressive display of stalactites and stalagmites and flowstones.

There is a small cave at the cave and a great spot for a picnic. This is an ideal walk for everyone and suitable for most types of wheelchair and mobility scooters.

Nearest train station: Clapham
Carpark: National trust Carpark in Clapham
Toilets: In carpark in Clapham

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