Those planning to go walking
in the Yorkshire Dales will find Ingleborough is a great trek whether it is climbed quickly or slowly, it has been stated.
A feature in Grough Magazine for the new year has noted the mountain used to be considered the highest in England, although it is in fact 2,374 ft, well below the height of Scafell Pike (3,210 ft) and many other peaks.
However, while not qualifying as one of the National Three Peaks it is included in the Yorkshire version, but the feature notes the qualities the peak has in its own right.
It said a slow climb is sure to reward exploration", whereas "for those with more of a spring in the step, a swift ascent will provide plenty of work for limbs and lungs".
The news provider also noted there are many paths to the top and also some exciting caves underneath.
Yorkshire Three Peaks climbers will also take on Whernside (2,416 ft) and Pen-y-Ghent (2,276 ft) as part of the challenge.