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Home of England's largest single drop waterfall, a reputed 100 ft drop and set in fifteen acres of wooded grounds behind the Green Dragon Inn. Admission to the Waterfall is now to the left of the inn via the rear car park and Heritage Centre. The...more
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Suggested duration: 1-2 hours
Wensleydale, Hawes, Yorkshire Dales National Park DL8 3LZ, England
This waterfall is amazing! It’s a short flat walk from the cafe/entrance & £2.50 pp (as privately owned). The rock formations around the fall are stunning with an overhang of 20ft in places. The force of the water can be heard as you approach along...More
The one used in the 'Waterfall Scene' in Robin Hood Prince of Thieves!
Easy level walk only 10 minutes gentle amble from the car park, nice Tea Room where you pay - clean Toilets. Best views are if you cross over the bridge and approach...More
Beautiful place, very peaceful and relaxing. Nice to see it doesn't ride on the back of the 'Kevin Costner' story but why should it when it's it's own credit!
Tea rooms were nice and cosy although we went to the pub instead for refreshments!
Not really much to say that hasn’t already been said. Small gift shop and then a 5 minute walk up to the waterfall. Some of it is off limits due to restoration work. Only £2.50 per adult and worth a look. I would imagine most...More
Costs £2.50 to go in and worth every penny which helps the upkeep of the place. Mobility Scooters are a no no unless you got an all terrain one, wheelchairs would be hard work as it's uneven but I managed quite ok on 2 sticks...More
Easy walk from Hawes. Pub us so olde worlde its a gem! Waterfall is lovely although I was scared of falling rocks! £2.50 per adult and £1.50 for kids... it’s worth it - very pretty and great photo opportunity
There are no waterfalls where I live so it was lovely to see. The waterfall is on private land and the fee is £2.50, £7.50 for a family of four. Seems perfectly reasonable to me. The grass is cut and there are plenty of seats...More