Ingleborough re-visited (4th time) – review of ingleborough caves, clapham, england – tripadvisor electricity usage in the us

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I first visited these caves in 1969 on a Geography A level field course gas bike alley. I was so impressed I visited again in the early 80’s when we were guided by a truly amazing one-legged pot-holer called Chester. I’ve never forgotten him or his speed and agility as he took us around the cave on a stump which looked like a broom-stale! I was amazed to hear he is still alive and well and in his 70’s and soon to re-marry. Congratulations and good luck to him and his future wife. He made a wonderful impression on me. The walk up to the cave is quite long (1 and a 1/4 miles) but the path is good and a constant steady incline through beautiful peaceful woodland with a lovely lake and babbling Clapham Beck tinkling in the background. There were several electricity towers in japan noisy school parties whilst we were there but we were happy to sit in the sun, force ourselves to eat a delicious ice-cream and wait an hour till we could enter without tagging onto a school party. There were only 3 other people on our tour besides me and my friend so we felt quite privileged to be almost one on one with the guide. The cave is easily accessed by disabled people in wheelchairs as the paths are very good inside and all on the level gas prices going up in nj. The caves are very impressive and we were given hard hats to wear… I first visited these caves in 1969 on a Geography A level field course. I was so impressed I visited again in the early 80’s when we were guided by a truly amazing one-legged pot-holer called Chester. I’ve never forgotten him or his speed and agility as he took us around the cave on a stump which looked like gas in texas a broom-stale! I was amazed to hear he is still alive and well and in his 70’s and soon to re-marry. Congratulations and good luck to him and his future wife. He made a wonderful impression on me. The walk up to the cave is quite long (1 and a 1/4 miles) but the path is good and a constant steady incline through beautiful peaceful woodland with a lovely lake and babbling Clapham Beck tinkling in the background. There were several noisy school parties whilst we were there but we were happy to sit in the sun, force ourselves to eat a delicious ice-cream and wait an hour till we could enter without tagging onto a school party. There were only 3 other people on our tour besides me and my friend so we felt quite privileged to be almost one on one with the guide. The cave is easily accessed by disabled people in wheelchairs as the paths are very good inside and all on the level. The caves are very impressive and electricity 2pm lyrics we were given hard hats to wear as some of the cave passages are a little low though not difficult to walk through but MIND YOUR HEAD! The guide this time was cheerful, jokey and very informative – a lovely man. We learnt such a lot and thoroughly enjoyed the tour. My friend is 84 yrs young and had walked up from the car park in the village on quite a hot day gas ark. When we re-emerged into the day light we had a cup of tea in the sunshine and the guide came out to us and asked if we would like a lift back down in the Land Rover.This was so kind of him and the young man behind the counter (Andrew) gave us a lift back not just to the bottom of the trail but right back to the car park and stopped right behind our car. How kind and unexpected was that!!!!! He was so polite gas in spanish and also very informative about Clapham Beck and Ingleborough Caves. I cannot praise this place or the guides highly enough. Make it a stop on your tour of the Dales. You won’t regret it. More Show less