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 28th July 2007: A ride to the summit of  Ingleborough.

- Ride report -

The cake photo at Inglesport Cafe.

Cycle park outside the cafe.

The view looking back down the Fell Lane towards Ingleton.

Stopping to looking at the view.

Memorial plaque on a bench at side of the bridleway.

Peter heading up the bridleway.

The view a bit further up the bridleway.

The view from the bridleway looking towards Whernside.

The view looking up the bridleway to summit of Ingleborough.

Looking back near the summit of the climb.

The view from the summit looking towards the coast.

Peter heading towards the cairns at the summit.

Peter on the summit.

At summit photo one.

At summit photo two.

The view looking along the ridge towards Little Ingleborough.

The view from the ridge looking towards Clapdale.

Peter stopping to looking at the view.

A view of Cafe Anne in Clapham.

Cake photo one in Cafe Anne in Clapham.

Cake photo two at Cafe Anne in Clapham.

Flowers near Cafe Anne in Clapham.

The view looking toward Ingleborough from Mewith Lane.

Ride report by Simeon Orme

I can’t remember if we started from Halton Station or not, as I am writing this ride report in 2015, as did get around to doing it 2007. So after meeting up up Peter and several miles later we call in at Inglesport Cafe for a brew before heading up Fell Lane the plan was to lock up the bikes part way up the track and then walk up to the summit but this did not happen as we continue pushing the bikes on up the track to the summit.

Its one of those routes that you do only once because its very steep push up to summit and you may do it again several years later when you forget how it was.

Once we got to summit of Ingleborough, we decided to taken easy way down by pushing our bikes along the footpath along the ridge to Little Ingleborough and then down to head of Clapdale before cutting across to Long Lane which followed down to Clapham where we stop at Cafe Anne which is no longer a cafe.

We headed back to Lancaster via the Mewith Lane.

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