/ ingleborough, quick route.
After arriving on the plateau rim walk straight ahead a few meters to trig. Shelter is a few meters to your left. Retrace your steps to locate descent to Ingleton.
Clear night & good torch no problem.
Its a good track most of the way, 4km, 550m of climbing
Oh, and meant to say, its a reasonably comfortable summit for bivvying out on, should that take your fancy.
From Ingleton the Crinna Bottom route is quickest. TBH the paths are so well defined you have to try hard to get off route. Use a good dose of common and map and compass if conditions are crap.
How long it takes depends on you.
Have a good time, moonlight walks on Ingleborough are something special.
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