Horton in Ribblesdale
The village is within the Yorkshire Dales National Park, Yorkshire, England.
Horton in Ribblesdale has long been popular with walkers and is used by many as the starting point for the Three Peaks Walk, taking the summits of Pen-y-Ghent, Whernside and Ingleborough within 24 hours. The village is well served having in or near the village hotel, tearooms, caravan and camping, facilities.
St Oswald's church, which contains a large Norman font, dates originally from around 1100, but has been restored around 1400 and again in Victorian times. Glass in the west window may have come from Jervaulx Abbey near Ripon.
Horton in Ribblesdale and nearby Helwith Bridge are known for the limestone and slate quarried locally.