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Janet Foss in malham is a lovely place to visit. Brilliant walk from whatever end you decide to walk from, with the Foss itself to look at. There are information boards about the Foss and the wildlife.
If youre like me and decide to swim......More
Visited Janet's Foss along with Grosdale scar and malham Cove
Geologically a very interesting area in the Yorkshire dales
Buses to Malham Cove on Sundays in the summer
Car parking available for which there is a charge
The waterfall is reached by an easy 1½ mile flat walk from Malham. On a fine day there are some very nice views on the way. Going there relatively early in the morning there weren’t many others there, but on my return from Gordale Scar...More
Literally have no idea why people are rating a piece of nature as poor or average..?
But this little waterfall is stunning, it's tucked away in some woods and has a really nice woodland walk nearby. It's definitely worth the little drive and walk to...More
The walk to and from and roundabout is nice, but really it's just a 2-3 m waterfall, which can be completely dry in high summer. Nothing special and depressing to see people sitting around it in awe. There are many such waterfalls in yorkshire if...More
Response from Misty_Le_Cluck | Reviewed this property |
BD23 4DA is the postcode for the Tourist Information. On sunny weekends it gets busy so you will need to get there early to get a car parking space. I was there this Sunday and the car park at the Tourist Information was... More
BD23 4DA is the postcode for the Tourist Information. On sunny weekends it gets busy so you will need to get there early to get a car parking space. I was there this Sunday and the car park at the Tourist Information was full and the road just before (or after if you're coming from the other direction) where you can also park, were both full.