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Ribblehead Hub, Carnforth

The Station Inn
Low Sleights Rd, Carnforth LA6 3AS

The Station Inn at Ribblehead

Located in Ribblesdale, Ribblehead is an area of moorland at the head of the River Ribble, within the Yorkshire Dales National Park. Ribblehead is most known for Ribblehead Railway Station and Ribblehead Viaduct located on the Settle to Carlisle railway. It is a point on the Dales Way and Yorkshire Three Peaks walks, with views of Ingleborough and Whernside peaks.  From The Station Inn, there is a TGA Breeze S4 to borrow allowoing guests to explore the viaduct or to go further afield to discover the delights of the Ingleborough Nature Reserves.

What you need to know before your trip

We don’t ask that you pay a fee for borrowing the all-terrain vehicles because we want to reduce the barriers for people to access the outdoors. However, if you have enjoyed your experience, you can leave us a donation to help support us at Access the Dales to continue to develop the HUBS around the Yorkshire Dales. To help make the inaccessible accessible for more people donate using the link below:

Accessible places to go nearby

 Clapham Cave and Trail 

Discover beautiful woodland en-route to Ingleborough cave and Ingleborough mountain. A powered mobility scooter that can negotiate the trail is available but must be pre-booked. There is disabled parking and an accessible toilet both at the start of the trail and at Clapham National car park.  


 Settle Carlilse Railway 

See the Yorkshire Dales from the train window on the Settle Carlisle Railway which is said to be the prettiest train journey in England. The train operating company, Northern, is committed to making their services as accessible and easy to use as possible. 

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