A new mountain festival
aimed at all the family is being launched on the weekend of May 28th to 30th.
The Ingleton Underground Overground festival
will celebrate both the show caves seen in the limestone scenery of the area and the chance to go walking
on and around Ingleborough, one of the Yorkshire Three Peaks.
While some may enjoy hanging off a climbing rope
as they descend into the Gaping Gill pothole with the Bradford Caving Club, others can enjoy the Ingleton Waterfalls Trail and a series of guided walks.
And there will be themed food as well - including a Three Peaks Pudding.
Ingleborough is traditionally climbed with Whernside and Pen-y-Ghent in the Yorkshire Three Peaks Challenge, although there are a number of other summits over 2,000 ft in the county and the latter peak is not even among the three highest.
Loftier summits in the Yorkshire Dales include Great Whernside, Buckden Pike and Great Shunner Fell.