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All reviews lovely walk beautiful waterfall main waterfall half miles muddy underfoot mile round trip well worth the effort petrol station steady climb car park red squirrels walking boots pretty walk hour walk leisurely pace enjoyable walk alongside the river
Decided to just have a look at the car park area for future visit to the falls. We ended up just walking small sections at a time and ended up walking the whole way.
After walking through a small static caravan site you come past...More
We stayed in a holiday cottage in Bellingham and found this local walk. It is a lovely walk with smashing waterfall at the end. It was raining a bit on the day we did this and some of the stones were a bit slippery and...More
Fab walk for humans and dogs! Lots of water for the latter to frolic in! Really interesting surroundings and I was thrilled to see a red squirrel! The waterfall itself is v pretty. Fairly challenging walk in parts so not suitable for the less mobile.
This is a must visit place, absolutely stunning. The views are amazing. Make sure you have comfy clothes and shoes on. Pack a bag with spares and a towel and take a dip. well worth a visit. There's picnic tables so pack up some food...More
This is a lovely walk - but make sure you keep going right to the end of the path - there are a couple of smaller waterfalls on the way - but you need to go right to the end for the big waterfall. Free...More
Thought we'd walk to this waterfall after Sunday lunch and whilst we were in sturdy sandals the path is a bit bumpy and we slipped here and there. A very pleasant walk, from Bellingham CCC site about a 5 mile round trip.
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The car park is up a side road but was signposted in the summer. The walk to the falls and back is probably slightly more than three miles and generally uphill getting there (and rather obviously downhill coming back), It... More
The car park is up a side road but was signposted in the summer. The walk to the falls and back is probably slightly more than three miles and generally uphill getting there (and rather obviously downhill coming back), It is achievable in an hour and a half to two hours depending on how fit you are and how long you spend taking photographs! Strong footwear is suggested at any time of year.