White Scar Cave (Ingleton) Reviews
Description:Address: Ingleton / North Yorkshire / LA6 3AW / England / Discover what lies beneath the Ingleborough Hill, in the ... more
Newest Review: ... the only building for quite a while so you cant miss it! **First impressions** When we first pulled up it was quite busy so we were worried as we had not pre-booked, however we were fine and the majority of people had not pre-book. There is plenty of parking and the staff all seemed nice and friendly! We were given a safety helmet and safety instructions about the cave as well as advised to ... more
Customer White Scar Cave (Ingleton) Reviews (2)
by - written on 08/10/10 (Very useful, 112 readings)
We headed to White Scar Caves after constantly hearing about the place on our road trip around the Yorkshire Dales. It was highly reccommended by other travellers and locals alike! White scare caves is basically a massive natural underground cave, with waterfalls, natural rock formations and stalactites, which hang from the roof in great clusters. The tour takes about 80minutes and there are quite a few steps so be warned! It is well worth a visit and i'll go into more detail below! **Tickets** Adult £7.95 Child (3-15 yrs) £4.95 Family (2+2) £22.00 We felt the prices were very reasonable and definitly value for money! You can pay ... Read the complete review
by - written on 23/04/09 (Very useful, 749 readings)
White Scar Cave, the longest show cave in Britain is found under Ingleborough Hill in a very scenic part of the Yorkshire Dales National Park. The cave is relatively easy to find, being on the B6255, about a mile from the village of Ingleton; I did manage to drive straight past the entrance, however, as the entrance sign was a bit 'immediate'. If you're driving to the cave, it's worth going slowly as you approach to avoid having to turn around and go back as I did. Entry to the cave costs a reasonable £7.95 for adults and £4.95 for children (a family ticket is £22.00). The cave tour is led by a guide and takes about an hour and a half to ... Read the complete review
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