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TP4102 - Ingleborough
18th Mar 2013 14:00 by jamiekeighley
Long walk up from Ingleton. Very windy with heavy snow for much of ascent. Plenty of deep snow towards top. Freezing wind, was glad to get back down.
17th Feb 2013 12:52 by fitzydan
Cool and windy on the top but great views
23rd Jan 2013 12:58 by campagvelocet
Couldn't read the flush bracket number because the ice was too thick. Small hole in concrete in the middle of spider if I recall correctly. No view today, freezing, snowy and fairly windy.
19th Jan 2013 17:08 by PeterKirkwood
16th Dec 2012 11:49 by Steve&Gill
Very icy and misty
2nd Dec 2012 14:25 by painterman61
Revisit done many times couldn't resist another trip walked up main trade route from ingleborough village packed with hikers today.Bitterly cold on top summit plateux covered in ice,trig in vgc punctured asphalt plug extensive clear views snow on lakes mountains!
29th Nov 2012 12:25 by redDragon
Perfect day for it today. Cold and clear with excelent all round views (Lakeland fells covered in snow). Stone built pillar next to large crosscairn. Quite a popular spot. Approached from Ingleton this time (5th visit)
7th Oct 2012 12:43 by pendlelill
very clear day, superb views of lakes/morecambe bay etc
3rd Sep 2012 11:32 by sykesfamily
Second trig on the Three Peaks in a PB time of 9hrs 5min with Charlie (age 15). Good weather but shrouded in mist on top.
21st Jul 2012 09:55 by ted
Revisit. Mortar looks as though is starting to loosen; frost damage perhaps.
1st Jul 2012 10:28 by dmacbrew
visibility a few yards - no scenery
18th Jun 2012 11:49 by Aye Jimmy
Done many times, but it was such a beautiful morning I couldn't resist one more ascent!
20th May 2012 18:00 by abi_bee
Did this during Gold DofE practice walk. Lovely day (cue the sunburn), great to reach the top, great sights. Not too keen on the descent! Lots of 'rock steps' and such like.
6th Apr 2012 14:12 by 45378
Arrived and left in heavy mist/drizzle and gusty NW winds - so no view and sadly little incentive to linger. but I'm sure on a good day it's spectacular
6th Apr 2012 12:16 by richvdh
31st Mar 2012 11:00 by lynne2509
25th Mar 2012 11:15 by chocolate_chops
10th Mar 2012 15:15 by davey
Last of the 3 peaks. A hard climb but worth it.
10th Mar 2012 15:15 by davey
Last of the 3 peaks. A hard climb but worth it.
10th Mar 2012 15:15 by davey
Last of 3 peaks. A hard climb but worth it.
10th Mar 2012 15:15 by davey and emsy
15th Jan 2012 12:06 by alison1967murphy
Good day weather very cold and windy on top, me ,Hubby and brother reached the summit at 12:06. Fairly hard walk started at Clapham passing through Trow Gill which was really good and Gaping Gill which i also found really nice. well worth a visit to both.
15th Dec 2011 11:03 by stan toon
Nearly a total white out on top.
Ingleborough trig ©stan toon
7th Nov 2011 13:00 by Kelsborrow Wayfinders
Walked up from Clapham but sadly there wasn't much of a view today as the cloud descended.
26th Oct 2011 12:33 by blackboot29
2nd of 3 today on 8m circ walk from Selside. Bright clear day and plenty of walkers about as its half term. Had picnic on top
15th Oct 2011 09:26 by jamiekeighley
Excellent walk up from Horton on a beautiful sunny day, a cold breeze at the top though. Impressive mountain.
16th Sep 2011 16:51 by dangorman
The third and final one. Best one in my opinion. Nice plateau at top and amazing views one the cloud cleared.
16th Sep 2011 15:51 by Streakboy
Last of the yorkshire 3 peaks challenge. Being the last one the climb was made far more challenging due to fatigue. It was very misty and windy at the top but gave me a second wind when the trig finally appeared through the mist!
On top of the world ©Streakboy
10th Sep 2011 14:30 by BLACKCATWHITEFEET
1st Sep 2011 11:35 by 1.1
SUPER ALL ROUND VIEWS
28th Aug 2011 17:06 by postie grum
15th Aug 2011 08:43 by yesno94
8th Aug 2011 18:20 by barnabyrudge
Walked up from Chapel le Dale in the late afternoon. Easy walking for the first part, then we reached the incredibly steep rock section which took some doing with a couple of little ones along for the trip. Views from the top were beautiful and far reaching in all directions on this breezy but clear evening - could make out the sea to the west and all the surrounding tops like Whernside and Pen Y Ghent. Trig in good condition, with interesting nearby features such as a cairn, wind shelter and a viewing plaque on the top centre of the wind shelter. Thoroughly enjoyable day!
1st Aug 2011 17:28 by bluewhitereg
Very wet up here in the clouds.
20th May 2011 14:05 by painterman61
Walked up from chapel le dale revisit with mate who wanted photos of summit pity thick clag came in near top.Hundreds of walkers competing in the ASDA 3 peaks charity walk out today,one guy told me he had raised £700 every credit to them.Also did simon fell a nuttall and park fell in a round.
14th May 2011 00:00 by caroleengel
25th Apr 2011 08:22 by g4wsb
Nice steady walk from parking Storrs Hall
9th Apr 2011 11:16 by ivanidea
23rd Mar 2011 12:20 by wanderer
From Park Fell. Didn't stay long - too many people!
19th Mar 2011 14:10 by Barney Rubble
Beware the changing weather started Sunny but was covered in cloud by the time we reached the sumit (shame)
22nd Jan 2011 23:15 by fell-finder
good trip to the summit. But was obscured by thick cloud, so no views across to Morcambe Bay etc. Somebody had pushed a cigarette butt into the Flush Bracket of the trig point though!
9th Jan 2011 13:00 by sjr
Only scored a 8 due to poor visibility,,but a cracking climb up from Clapham in the snow.
It\'s there somewhere Icy day©sjr
20th Oct 2010 22:45 by painterman61
A nice bright sunny day, walked up from inglebourough village.Cold north wind blowing on fell top,many walkers out today. Very clear Could see All lakes mountains even cross fell !
12th Oct 2010 00:00 by CandS37
Second time here in four days. Climbed from Clapham this time. Much, much better weather this time - perfect.
9th Oct 2010 13:10 by CandS37
In the clouds with 20m visibility and gale force winds. Love it.
S fighting the Wind at Trigpoint ©CandS37
3rd Oct 2010 13:15 by iannotts
11th Sep 2010 12:18 by berticusdan
8th Sep 2010 16:30 by Ivanhoe
Dales High Way. A long hot sunny beautiful day with a lovely late afternoon visit to this delightful flat top.
3rd Sep 2010 11:40 by red max
Lovely day, but a slight haze meant the view wasn't all it could be. Busy as you'd expect, but my heart sank when a bunch of ramblers came chattering along. Don't they ever shut up?
21st Aug 2010 14:19 by Harnser
last of the three peaks, great climb up, lots of people at top.
8th Jul 2010 13:00 by martinc
Local stone pillar. Plug filled but has a hole in it. Hoards of people. Great views all round from the edge of the plateau.
30th Jun 2010 13:55 by Managra
Made of local stone. Fab views in all directions. Tarmac plug
25th Jun 2010 16:13 by Dan1980
Visited whilst doing the Yorkshire Three Peaks challenge. Nice stone trig, in good condition.
5th Jun 2010 17:41 by Sven
Final trig point of the walk. Best climb of the three on the tour. Continuation of the procession of people around the route.
22nd May 2010 15:06 by bigtykedog
Final leg of 3 peaks challenge on a very hot day.
8th May 2010 15:03 by melch
8th May 2010 12:27 by sykesfamily
Bagged after visiting Park Fell trig with wife and boys
8th May 2010 00:00 by Applepye
Bagged today in a howling gale
10th Apr 2010 00:00 by MickandKim
Great day out Done with Park Fell
27th Mar 2010 10:30 by ramblingbadgers
A misty and blustery visit but worth it for the champers!
20th Mar 2010 00:00 by Edgemaster
Still no view due to complete cloud cover, very little snow on the ground now the month seems to have warmed considerably. Ascent from Park Fell, descent into Ingleton. With the Imperial College Fellwanderers
7th Mar 2010 12:50 by M0NJW
Walked up from Chapel-le-dale. steep ascent with snow on ground, but clear sky and excellent views
6th Mar 2010 12:18 by Rachel-C
First time venturing up Ingleborough and out leading a walk.... came up from Park Fell and Simon Fell, still a fair bit of snow around too. Scrambling up to the summit was hard work but worth it... its just a shame it was really cloudy otherwise id have score this a 10.
17th Feb 2010 14:40 by Theo D Lite
From Sulber FBM, now off to Park Fell. No view here but great atmospherics.
25th Oct 2009 11:29 by smiley dog
climbed from ingleton this made a change as my usual approach is from clapham.driving rain and strong winds [a nasty day].difficult to stand as we reached the plateu .photographs out of the question.decended to chapel le dale then returned to ingleton via twistleton scar . 12 miles in bad weather.
4th Oct 2009 11:47 by dilliej
26th Sep 2009 10:30 by Triggers
Done from Crina bottoms. clouds parted just after we left the summit and it turned into a glorious day
20th Aug 2009 13:05 by Chris9870
Walked up from Horton on a very wet august day. Cloud kept clearing but thick mist by the time we were on top. Very windy too. 7/10 was for the views I saw the last time I visited here. Very dramatic landscape on top with another stone built TP.
16th Aug 2009 09:33 by The Magna Defender
great walk up ingleborough. no view though due to a load of mist. lots of geocaches
3rd Jul 2009 15:10 by Morecambe Monkey
Done as part of Dales 3 peaks in atrocious weather. Photo from a previous visit in November 2008,the exact date not known. Revisited 28/04/2012,photo added.
Snowy Ingleborough trig©Morecambe Monkey
27th Jun 2009 11:05 by The Moor We Hunt...
Great stone pillar and good views today. Geocaching in the area.
31st May 2009 12:00 by pete37038
Great views, trig in good nick
25th May 2009 23:36 by Spuds Crew
15th May 2009 16:30 by seanmac
3rd of three bagged during the 3 Yorksire Peaks Charity Walk
25th Apr 2009 12:05 by MBFace
Busy on Ingleborough today - the usual number of walkers on a fine Saturday plus runners and checkpointers on the Three Peaks Race.
14th Apr 2009 16:44 by NogintheNog
2nd Apr 2009 12:09 by lolster
Great walk up from Clapham. Bright and sunny day too.
1st Apr 2009 08:02 by Alan Cooper
Bagged many times
28th Mar 2009 18:00 by iang
22nd Feb 2009 13:58 by Andy West
14th Feb 2009 12:30 by Trig391
Trig in vgc, Weather Misty with Remnants of the Long Cold Winter.
2nd Jan 2009 13:00 by Trigglets
Walked up from Ingleton. Fine views towards the Lakeland Fells and Morecambe Bay. Very light sprinkling of snow.
10th Dec 2008 12:04 by Phil Clayton
Above date most recent of fourteen visits, first on 01/04/1975. Fabulous. This time was a cold,crisp and clear day and I had the summit to myself.
23rd Aug 2008 15:30 by gary&den
Walked up from Clapham Church. Lovely views form the top to the other peaks.
10th Aug 2008 15:26 by Mazdaman
12th Jul 2008 12:00 by CJO
hang gliders hovering overhead.
26th Jun 2008 15:01 by Guanajuato
3rd of the 3 peaks. Difficult to find this or the shelter as the wind, hail and cloud all combined - Horrid up here. I'm sure this would have got a much higher score had we been able to see!
24th Jun 2008 20:56 by Clanfield Rambler
Walked up from Ingleton. Pillar in good condition stone built with Asphalt Plug. Great Views, lovely day not to Park Fell
23rd Jun 2008 00:00 by Crazy
Surprisingly my only companion up here is a nosy sheep that wants to see what's in my rucsac. After yesterday's torment the weather is pleasant with sun breaking through and there's almost no wind. Heading from Ingleton to Horton (and ultimately Scarborough).
17th Jun 2008 16:30 by Nick & Ali
3rd of 3 - - doing the 3 Peaks Challenge which we completed in 9 1/2 hours. Not bad for Southerners!
1st Jun 2008 08:46 by barnsley skip
Walked up from Norton-In -Ribblesdale via railway station passing limestone pavement at Sulber could have bagged two more trigs TP6249 and TP4935 bad planning but will be revisiting in the future!
31st May 2008 14:00 by Whats the Point
Walked up to Ingleborough from Ingleton and down via Dowlass Moss.
23rd May 2008 13:31 by rutson
Found while three-peaking
4th May 2008 17:00 by Mr P.L.Eb
3rd May 2008 12:45 by Trig391
3 of 3 Peaks, Weather sunny and dry and now for the walk back to horton for Me and Tony.
22nd Apr 2008 12:12 by sykesfamily
Came up via Park Fell and the "Ingleborough Ridge Route"
16th Feb 2008 12:30 by Trig391
Trig in good condition, Cold and windy But very clear.
8th Dec 2007 09:29 by Lone Walker
A great winter walk - the first one of the season for me - up from Clapham into the mist and drizzle, then the gales, the rapidly dropping temp, the driven snow, the GPS reading needed to find the trig on the summit and then the descent through the now blizzard conditions! What a great morning :)
Trig point and summit cairn Can you see the cairn? Its only about 30 yards from the trig :)
13th Nov 2007 13:00 by CHRISBOMBINGTON
Ingleborough and park Fell. Excellent walk up from Chapel-le-Dale passing an old lime kiln some very impressive limestone pavement and the biggest sink hole I've seen with the worrying name ( Braithwaite Wife Hole ! ) a well made path makes the going pretty easy until you get to the steep bit but thatís soon over and your soon walking over the large summit Plateau towards the well built stone trig, which is kept company buy a excellent cross shelter adorned with a commemorative sighting plaque commemorating the Queens coronation good all round views, I then headed NE along the ridge path skirting Simon Fell on to Park Fell for my second Trig of the day. Good view of the Ribblehead viaduct as I descended Park Fell then followed path east across Scar close
14th Oct 2007 10:45 by PHMB
Climbed up from Clapham using walk 27 in OS Yorkshire Dales pathfinder guide. Cloud rather swirling around at top but occasional breaks to appeciate views. Stone built pillar. Plug missing.
1st Oct 2007 15:10 by BRIAN.T.PEARCE
15th Sep 2007 15:51 by Flacky
Visited during the 3 peaks. Good clear views from the top, unfortunately didn't have too much time to admire them. Will definitely come back again when we have more time to enjoy the mountain and the blisters have healed!
The final peak!! My wife and I looking content but tired having scaled Ingleborough, the final peak of the Yorkshire 3 Peaks©Flacky
14th Sep 2007 12:42 by cleggs-leggs
An attractive stone built trig point. Incredibly windy up here today, came up in thick mist, found a shelter for a brew and suddenly it all cleared and the views were breathtaking.
10th Sep 2007 13:35 by Dodders
Walked to Trig from Ingleton on a nice clear day, but found it windy at the summit. Very good views all around. Pillar in good condition.
23rd Aug 2007 11:43 by Keith Stevens
Superb day, with excellent walk up from Igleton. Then on to Park Fell trig and back. Stone built pillar, OK condition, with stone plug. Very popular spot. Public
Ingleborough oillar ©Keith Stevens
22nd Aug 2007 12:39 by uggles
my 105th visit to this hill
25th Jul 2007 16:30 by peebs
13th Jun 2007 00:00 by Curlew
9th Jun 2007 12:30 by paul
Nice walk from Ingleton. Hot day with a nice stone built pillar at top in good condition
1st Jun 2007 14:20 by Alfred the great
7th May 2007 12:57 by cavinguk
Foggy on top but cleared momentarily for excellent views in all directions, well worth the climb!
29th Apr 2007 00:00 by wicker
31st Mar 2007 00:00 by Sneaky Beaky
19th Nov 2006 12:00 by peregrinus
vgc, nicely built stone pillar, mortar plug. Cruciform summit shelter and massive cairn nearby. Fair few walkers about, sampling what may be first snow of season - good covering on ridge & summit. Very easy these days with paved path almost to summit.
21st Jul 2006 15:30 by rcwiow
12th Jul 2006 11:08 by ocean soul
Easy walk from Ingleton.Very windy with poor visibility.
12th Jul 2006 11:00 by Rich Barlow
Easy walk from Ingleton.Very windy with poor visibility.
11th Jun 2006 13:29 by sykesfamily
Approached from Clapham via Gaping Ghyll. Hot, sunny day.
13th May 2006 15:10 by PeteBoggs
Retrospective log - part of 3 Peaks walk
12th May 2006 13:45 by mtb mick
Ascended from Horton in R via Colt Park, Park Fell & Simon Fell. Really hot but views a bit hazy.
Ingleborough View N
15th Apr 2006 15:53 by Loz&Bib
14th Apr 2006 11:30 by m0sgb
good views to but chilly
3rd Apr 2006 12:45 by theblack
Too windy to hang around on top, good views between the snow and sleet
26th Feb 2006 00:00 by ourmark
28th Jan 2006 11:10 by Keefley
A couple of inches of snow on top, but very clear and bright today. Fantastic views of Pen-y-Ghent and Whernside with a similar dusting of snow.
3rd Dec 2005 12:00 by Sandman
24th Nov 2005 12:10 by uncle dick
Highest winds I've ever experienced - a nearby dog got picked up and thrown a few yards (by the wind!!). Was nearly crawling over the plateau being sandblasted by hailstone and rain. Once the rain had stopped (but not the wind) we had the clearest conditions I've seen in years. Amazing experience now that I'm back.
29th Oct 2005 13:30 by ted
Better views than previous visit but quite windy. Surfaced paths now provide a much easier ascent; mixed feelings about that.
16th Sep 2005 12:00 by Walker Dan
Cloudy on the top after a great start to the day. Much the same as the last time we were here.
A misty day up top Set off in bright sunshine to be overtaken by mist and wind - just like the last time we were here.©Walker Dan
27th Aug 2005 12:30 by littlejim
Strong wind and visibility not too good - a great place though! I couldn't get really close to the pillar as everybody seemd to be queuing up to have pictures taken next to it!
12th Aug 2005 15:30 by bundys
11th Aug 2005 08:49 by ellipses
27th Jun 2005 17:00 by Father Ted
Dissapointed to have missed fellow trigger Stonestreaker by just a day. A smashing evening with great views. The actual peak is just a little to the west.
26th Jun 2005 20:31 by stonestreaker
back again- must be getting on for 20 times up here now
25th Jun 2005 11:00 by Rob
S 5619 ©Rob
23rd Jun 2005 12:00 by MAC.HAWK
First climbed this in 1968 as a 13 year old on a weeks adventure break from Foxwood School, Leeds. The party came up from Horton got lost in the fog and the teacher was shi##ing himself until we stumbled upon the trig more by accident than management. 30 odd years later I revisted in somewhat better conditions. Looks great from a distance but very eroded & very popular. Been up loads of times, and from every direction imaginable and in all weather conditions - of late invariabley doing the my annual Three Peaker - and this was the occasion of my 2005 effort. Missed 2007 but did the 3 peaker on 23/05/2008 (7th time now)and surprisingly the top was the least busiest Ive ever seen it - Friday before the Bank Holiday. Yet another visit on 30/05/2009 this time from Clapham via Newby and across Simon/Park Fell to Ribblehead - as busy as a city centre at the top, hardly a soul on the rest of the route.No cars, train & on foot.
14th May 2005 12:00 by soloist
7th May 2005 16:49 by Trigpoint Bears
Last of the 3 Peaks, just got up in the middle of a massive hailstorm, had been lovely weather all day, so had my shorts on, boy did that sting. Nice trig but didn't hang about to much because of the wind. Busy up here (as usual)
24th Apr 2005 14:16 by G4OWG
Nice walk from Clapham. Windy summit.
16th Apr 2005 14:30 by m0sgb
long walk from Clapham
3rd Oct 2004 11:45 by m3hjd
great views but very cold , came up through crina bottom
25th Sep 2004 11:50 by ted
Up the staircase from the Hill Inn; top deserted. Concrete plug. Wet and windy - no view.
6th Sep 2004 13:00 by yorkshirenige
Walked up from Clapham via Trow Gill and Gaping Gill. Low cloud on summit. My second of the Yorkshire Three Peaks.
4th Sep 2004 11:26 by discjirm
This would have scored more highly if it had not been for the low cloud and high winds that forced us to cower in the lee of the shelter. It was well worth the walk though, and I can imagine in good weather it would be superb.
Ingleborough trig point flush bracket. Ingleborough trig point flush bracket.©discjirm
22nd Aug 2004 15:00 by jlinney99
7th Aug 2004 15:30 by soloist
Fantastic trig point, very satisfying bag. Came in the mist last christmas and couldn't find it, nearly passed out with the heat this time!
My palls doing the Y3P Challenge Its hotter than hot
7th Aug 2004 11:10 by CatherineJ
5th Aug 2004 12:45 by Frenziedfrog
The trouble is that it's too popular - no room in the downwind side of the windshelter.
22nd Jul 2004 17:41 by crazy gang
Very good mountain with nana and grandad
27th Jun 2004 12:29 by stonestreaker
umpteen +1 met a couple of SOTA guys on top
22nd Jun 2004 05:20 by pieces_of_8
Last of todays 3 peaks
8th Jun 2004 17:41 by p72endragon
Did this as part of the 3 Peaks. This was the third and final one! Fortunately the low cloud we experienced on the top of Little Whernside had cleared. Just a few miles back to the car!
29th May 2004 11:30 by m0sgb
under cloud this morning
23rd May 2004 13:00 by lonesome_cowboy_burt
DalesRail train to Horton-in-Ribblesdale and then the usual route via Sulber Nick. Return via Park Fell and Alum Pot. One of many visits.
Summit area ©lonesome_cowboy_burt
21st May 2004 14:30 by Leoness
21st May 2004 14:30 by Seasider
Bagged whilst caching in the area with Leoness!
19th May 2004 13:24 by swampysean
18th May 2004 14:00 by Postie
Clear day, superb views
15th May 2004 21:06 by kingofgeography
always a great climb
4th Mar 2004 23:30 by HamsterCaster
Went up from Clapham and through nature trail, onto Trow Gill and by Gaping Gill (don't stand too close to the edge).
4th Mar 2004 11:30 by Keefley
23rd Feb 2004 22:12 by stonestreaker
umpteen ascents - great mountain
18th Feb 2004 13:34 by swampysean
10th Jan 2004 12:00 by soloist
Was very foggy, Had no idea where I was. Was on the top somewhere
22nd Nov 2003 11:10 by CURRYSCRIM
Quite a day. My 60th birthday and England won the Rugby World Cup!A fairly hard climb but well wotrh it.
6th Sep 2003 18:20 by Bergfuehrer
Yorkshire. On Three Peaks Walk.
6th Sep 2003 12:30 by m1eyp
13th Jul 2003 15:28 by The Hungry Caterpillars
Another stone pillar in very good order-smashing views spoiled by haze.Very hot day.
27th Apr 2003 08:06 by Fellwanderer
27th Feb 2003 11:00 by Ben Fogerty
8th Sep 2002 14:00 by SUE-C
1st Jun 2002 16:00 by asbown
11th Dec 2000 13:23 by Chalky
6th Dec 2000 12:49 by fasgadh
A fine stone built pillar on this most popular of summits. Visited several times, first 10/7/78 on a Pennine Way rest day - well my companions were trashed and dropped out the next day.
Ingleborough pillar ©fasgadh
24th Apr 2000 00:00 by IWC
1st Jan 2000 12:00 by Brookvale0
15th May 1999 00:00 by happycyclist
22nd Jul 1998 11:00 by weekender
RW & RH. Date TBC
20th Jun 1998 14:00 by Mark&Sue
Visited this Trig on a grey day.
5th May 1998 17:35 by Rhayader_wanderer
rain and more rain glad of a change of clothes and a short ascent from the west over simon fell
20th Sep 1997 12:30 by Trigglets
30th Aug 1997 17:00 by KevP
Final hill on 3 Peaks round. Too hot! Had a welcome cider after coming off Whernside before climbing this one.
30th Aug 1997 08:29 by senrabyar
5th Aug 1997 12:30 by Marshsand
A straightforward single peak walk from the village of Ingleton and visiting the "Norber erratics" on the way back. Re-visited on 17.06.00 when Simon Fell was also visited as part of my "Nuttall" collection.
29th Mar 1997 00:00 by rosieb
29th Mar 1997 00:00 by catman
2nd Mar 1996 11:26 by vegibagger
28th May 1995 08:58 by manonabike
26th Mar 1995 00:00 by mickandshane
Built from local stone. Excellent trig.
5th Sep 1993 09:20 by gemini man
Visited whilst on a circular walk from Ingleton
20th Jul 1991 13:00 by Particle
14th Sep 1988 17:32 by Clochandighter
Visited to record FB number. The pillar was completed 30th August 1949 costing £82.12s.0d. In 1950 this marker was computed for triangulation as secondary station SD96/11 in the Skipton block. Flush bracket S5619 was levelled for height also in 1950. This trig point was last maintained by the OS in June 1976. Pillar built with local stone.
3rd Aug 1986 00:00 by bonatti
One of my favourites, been up every route on this lump, this visit was "doing" the Three Peaks with my Son (17 years) (Don't know the time, it's old log).
1st Nov 1985 00:00 by RogerTempleman
Climbed from Park Fell when top of Ingleborough was clearly visible. Rustic pillar in cloud when summit reached.
7th Jul 1984 08:42 by tg1
20th Sep 1982 09:00 by desperate dan
Early morning run up from cottage owned by Lancaster University. First of three visits.
12th Apr 1980 12:44 by splash
31st Jul 1978 00:00 by PhilPamAndRob
Date of first ascent is a guess based on the fact I'd Climbed pen-y-Ghent in Feb 78. I then started walking in the dales with my poarents, so I'm guessing at Summer/Autumn of 78 when we went up Ingleborough. Been up at least once since, probably about 1994-5. We'd walked up to gaping Ghyll on August Bank Holiday and booked our place to be winched down the pot. As we had a 2hr+ wait, we went up and down Ingleborough to occupy some of the waiting time.
13th May 1978 00:00 by Bramley
27th Sep 1971 13:50 by arranc
18th Jul 1970 10:54 by Historian
First of three visits, while doing the 'Three Peaks'.
31st Dec 1969 00:00 by claymoreking
28th Apr 1963 00:00 by gowrie
I enter this visit exactly 45 years ago to the day after running the Three Peaks Race in 1963. No views - thick mist