An all-terrain powered wheelchair is opening up the foothills of Ingleborough, including the UK’s only fully wheelchair accessible showcave, to people who have difficulty walking.
The 1.3 mile Nature Trail, part of a popular route to the summit of Ingleborough, is well known for its connections with the Farrer family, in particular the celebrated botanical artist Reginald Farrer. The picturesque route passes by a lake and winds through scenic woodland into an open dale before reaching the imposing entrance to one of the UK’s finest natural underground wonders, Ingleborough Cave.
Anyone interested in using the tramper needs to book it in advance. A standard wheelchair is also available for accompanied tramper users wishing to join a guided tour of the Cave. For further information or to make a reservation contact Ingleborough Cave on firstname.lastname@example.org or 015242 51242.