the centre of the village runs Clapham Beck, which starts life
high on the slopes of Ingleborough. It plunges deep underground,
emerging to run down into the lake, over a waterfall and through
the village, passing beneath four bridges.
There are walks to suit all abilities. Leave the large car park
for a stroll in the village or climb Ingleborough, one of the
Three Peaks, which can be approached from the village by at
least three recognised routes.
With such a variety of outdoor activities, shops and places
of interest you will need to find refreshment at one of the
local inns or cafés.
You may find there is too much to do and see in a day! We have
accommodation to suit all tastes
Dr John Farrer
Village hall for hire -
February Village Newsletter
Church bells 2013
in the snow