The Yorkshire Dales National Park boundary begins at Kirkby Lonsdale which is just a 15 min drive away. Some bus services run from Lupton and Kirkby Lonsdale, but they are less frequent than the ones to the lakes. The Dales are known for pretty villages, stone walls crossing the landscape, caverns and waterfalls.
A famously picturesque, historic market town with much to offer. Services include a supermarket, independent shops, pharmacist and Thursday market.
You can park for free near Devil’s Bridge, and there’s a lovely walk along the river into the town – so it’s a perfect destination for a potter & lunch!
If you’re around at about 5pm, Lunesdale Bakery sells the things it can’t keep for the next day for 10 for £1 – if you’re fortunate they’ll be scones & custard tarts!
The Ingleton Waterfalls Trail is a 5-mile circular trail beginning and ending in the pretty village of Ingleton. The walk runs close to the edge of two rivers, providing spectacular views of the waterfalls.
See the website for opening times and ticket prices.
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