Trow Gill is a spectacular limestone gorge, with cliffs over 200ft high, that can be found on the popular walking route from Clapham on to Ingleborough.
Trow Gill is an example of a meltwater gorge that was formed over the course of thousands of years by melting ice trying to find a route of escape from the plateau above.
Trow Gill is reached by a good path from Clapham that passes a number of interesting features including Clapdale Lake and the entrance to Ingleborough Cave. Beyond the latter the valley narrows and turns a corner to bring Trow Gill into view.
Whilst the path leading up to Trow Gill is a good one to exit the far end of the gorge requires a very mild scramble on rocks that would have once formed a waterfall. Looking back from the dry waterfall is probably the finest view of Trow Gill.