The Three Peaks

The mountains of Whernside (736m/2,415ft), Ingleborough (723m/2,372ft) and Pen-y-ghent (694m/2,277ft) are collectively known as the (Yorkshire) Three Peaks.

Although not the highest mountains in the country, these spectacular and distinctively shaped fells are undoubtedly impressive, towering as they do over the surrounding moors and countryside near Settle and Upper Ribblesdale.

The Three Peaks are very popular with walkers, climbers and ramblers.


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