Various Shots of the Yorkshire Three Peaks, Yorkshire Dales, UK

One of my favourite hikes in the UK is the Yorkshire Three Peaks which consists of Whernside 736 m (the highest in the Yorkshire Dales), Ingleborough 723 m (probably the most popular) and Pen-y-ghent 694 m (the most technical). The hike normally takes between 10 to 12 hours (though the record is 2 and a half!) and covers approx. 26 miles. If you don't have the time then you can just do two of the peaks, Whernside and Ingleborough together is a popular hike in itself though Pen-y-ghent and Ingleborough together is an option. In all cases I normally start at the Ribblehead viaduct which normally breaks up the stretch between Pen-y-ghent and Whernside, in both cases of just doing two peaks, I end at Ingleborough and descend via Park Fell back to the viaduct. Below are a two sets of photos from these two smaller walks. The weather wasn't great on the first set but there were some shots worth sharing-

Whernside and Ingleborough trek, 3rd Nov 2017

Ascending Whernside looking towards Park Fell

On Whernside looking towards Ingleborough

Zoom in on Ingleborough

Looking back at Whernside

Looking back at Whernside from the Southscales Pavement near Ingleborough

Zoom in on Whernside

Approaching Ingleborough

Looking west of Ingleborough

Pen-y-ghent and Ingleborough trek, 19th Nov 2017

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Approaching Pen-y-ghent


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Looking back towards Ingleborough

Ascending Ingleborough, looking back, Pen-y-ghent to the left (mostly hidden)

Photos taken with a Sony Xperia L1


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