We stayed in a cottage on the river bank just below the upper floors,such a joy to see them everyday. We walked to the middle and the lower falls. I have severe arthritis but managed the circuit with my walking poles. I really enjoyed see the water rushing over the rocks. A good afternoon out
I went with wife and baby. This would have been difficult in parts with a pram so we had a baby carrier rucksack which worked well. This is a nice walk to see all 3 falls which doesn't take too long. Ample parking on site. Views from the bridge are the best but there is no pavement.
we visited here in July with our Yorkshire friends on a days outing round the Dales . You pay for the car park but the falls are free. They have three Falls here Lower, middle and top . we could not get to the top one the day we went as they had had a small slip and it was... 更多
We visited in mid Sep and were fortunate to do so on a glorious sunny day. Both of us able bodied and with a 4 legged friend in tow. Park at the car park round from the church for £2.50 and not the one that charges £1 per hour or £5 per day unless you only intend to be there... 更多
These falls may not be as extensive or as spectacular as those in Ingleton, but they provide easy access from the car park and are set in beautiful wodland. Definitely worth a stop at if travelling in the Dales. Although the falls can be viewed for free, there is a charge for parking.
The falls are good if you are after an easy visit, however if you want to see better waterfalls i would recommend Ingleton waterfalls walk.
We visited the Falls, but were a bit worried about the walk down - we needn't have been, it was well sign-posted and quite firm underfoot. There are three falls, Upper, Middle and Lower Falls - we went to Lower and Middle. The falls were quite dramatic, even after the fine weather we had recently - so after heavy rain,... 更多