This is a beautiful bridge and you would be amazed how people managed to build it more than 100 years ago. This place is a remote but beautiful, it is good that the authorities decided to restore it and kept its life for the citizens and visitors. So just come for a leisurely hike.
Wonderful feat of engineering. Wide, easily accessible paths for all. Interesting history boards to read along the way up to the viaduct itself. If you are feeling more adventurous (and energetic!) you could continue onwards to the top of Whernside Peak. Amazing views of the viaduct from the top!
This really has to be seen. Take the time to walk across to it and just look up at it. Over 100 years old and still in daily use by trains on Settle to Carlisle route and also goods trains. Easily reached from Ingleton to Hawes road
The viaduct is a feat of engineering and worth a look, however the local Tea Van is appalling, weak tea and miserable, rude staff. There used to be a great van up the hill called Hot & Tubby but they were threatened by the Tea van owner and gave up. Save your money, don't support vile business owners!
Spanning the space of the dales this is beautiful, it was one thing hearing about this from other guests at the B&B but another thing seeing it in person. A must see.
We only saw the viaduct from a distance, but it looked a very impressive structure and we were disappointed not to have crossed it - perhaps next time.
This is the longest viaduct I've seen! Amazing to see and you can walk right up to it. There are walks around the viaduct, lots of footpaths - and lots of sheep wandering around. Parking is haphazard on the road and it's a few minutes walk up to the viaduct.
The Ribblehead viaduct is definitely worth a visit as an amazing feat of engineering. Free easy access in a wild and fantastic setting. Quite awe inspiring.