Inglis is a town and the northernmost settlement in Pinggo. It is surrounded by forests and was founded in the peak of the Nieves gold rush. A small miners museum still remembers the booming history of the town, that now suffers a rapid population decrease and high unemployency rates. Inglis has not benefited from the cultivation of the Pinggo land and has no surrounding farms for people to work on, and as there is no commercial activity of any significance, the town tries to promote tourism. Recently, a spa was opened and unemployment rates went down for the first time in three decades.

The town consists of three neighborhoods that lie a bit apart from each other. The town centre is divided in two by a small creek called the Grouse River.