Finding Ingleton Climbing and Caving 

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Finding us, what to bring and other important bits

Ingleton is our primary meeting spot for caving and climbing activities - we use it because it is close to the venues we use and has good phone signal to stay in touch with you. We will drive on from here to the cave once we have made contact - there is a free short term parking section next to the disabled toilet. 

Finding Ingleton

Ingleton is 22 miles from Junction 36 of the M6 on the A65. Initially signposted (at Junction 36) for Kirkby Lonsdale. 

Finding Us

We will loitering in the vicinity of the short stay carpark looking outdoorsy and smiling

Park at the Community Centre car park

Postcode: LA6 3HG
W3W: ///discusses.elevates.argue
OSGR:SD 694 730

Parking

The car park in Ingleton is a pay and display car park. There are great cafes etc if you want to turn up early and grab a bite etc.

You do not need to pay and display to stay the short time that we should be there to meet for caving - make sure you sue the correct short stay spaces to the left of the community centre.

If you are going climbing: pay for all day unless we have planned to move on when booking. 

Facilities

Cafe - At Inglesport (many steps) Bernies (Single step) 
Small supermarket - Co-op in Ingleton
Toilets - At the community centre car park (including an accessible toilet - RADAR)

One of the Fell Foot loan offroad Wheelchairs
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European Start up Funded 

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European Agricultural Fund for Rural Development  

Europe investing in rural areas

Anyone Can: Connecting Transport Hubs to Lake Shores - Accessible Canoeing

Purchase of an accessible powered support and rescue vessel, and a mobile fleet of canoes with trailer

It is part funded by the European Agricultural Fund for Rural Development 

Supported by the Cumbria Fells and Dales Local Action Group 

Excellent accessibility icons designed by Emma Briggs Design

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