WATERFALLS

HORTON IN RIBBLESDALE – YORKSHIRE DALES

The Yorkshire Dales offers some of the best and most breathtaking waterfalls in the United Kingdom. With Ribblesdale Pods ideally located within the centre of the national park, each and every one of these beautiful natural hidden gems can be explored during your stay with us. Explore some of the best Yorkshire Dales waterfalls below now and get ready to stay at the number one luxury glamping accommodation in the Yorkshire Dales – Ribblesdale Pods.

HULL POT

Hull Pot lies on the western side of Pen-y-ghent and is actually a collapsed cavern that measures an impressive 91 metres (300 feet) long by 18 metres (60 feet) wide by 18 metres (60 feet) deep.

For a truly spectacular view, visit Hull Pot during very wet weather, where you can see the stream running over the edge into the pot below.

2.5 miles / 9 minutes by car

2.3 miles / 52 minutes on foot

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HULL POT

Hull Pot lies on the western side of Pen-y-ghent and is actually a collapsed cavern that measures an impressive 91 metres (300 feet) long by 18 metres (60 feet) wide by 18 metres (60 feet) deep.

For a truly spectacular view, visit Hull Pot during very wet weather, where you can see the stream running over the edge into the pot below.

2.5 miles / 9 minutes by car

2.3 miles / 52 minutes on foot

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STAINFORTH FORCE

Close to the village of Stainforth is the magnificent waterfall of Stainforth Force. It can get a bit busy on a sunny Bank Holiday but at other times of the year you are likely to have it all to yourself.

In the autumn it is a perfect spot to watch salmon leaping up the falls on their way to their spawning grounds.

3.5 miles / 8 minutes by car

3.6 miles / 1 hour, 9 minutes on foot

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STAINFORTH FORCE

Close to the village of Stainforth is the magnificent waterfall of Stainforth Force. It can get a bit busy on a sunny Bank Holiday but at other times of the year you are likely to have it all to yourself.

In the autumn it is a perfect spot to watch salmon leaping up the falls on their way to their spawning grounds.

3.5 miles / 8 minutes by car

3.6 miles / 1 hour, 9 minutes on foot

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CATRIGG FORCE

A hidden gem of the Yorkshire Dales National Park, this beautiful waterfall lies deep within a wooded gorge and is a perfect secluded spot loved by everyone who finds it.

Catrigg Force is found a short distance from the village of Stainforth, just north of Settle, where there is a National Park car park.

6.7 miles / 15 minutes by car

6.6 miles / 2 hours, 18 minutes on foot

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CATRIGG FORCE

A hidden gem of the Yorkshire Dales National Park, this beautiful waterfall lies deep within a wooded gorge and is a perfect secluded spot loved by everyone who finds it.

Catrigg Force is found a short distance from the village of Stainforth, just north of Settle, where there is a National Park car park.

6.7 miles / 15 minutes by car

6.6 miles / 2 hours, 18 minutes on foot

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SCALEBER FORCE

Scaleber Force is situated in a deep wooded gorge near Settle and is without doubt one of the most attractive and atmospheric waterfalls in the Yorkshire Dales.

This characterful and striking waterfall is situated at the point where Stockdale Beck flows below Scaleber Bridge before plunging down several rocky ledges down into Scaleber Wood.

7.6 miles / 18 minutes by car

7.4 miles / 2 hours, 32 minutes on foot

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SCALEBER FORCE

Scaleber Force is situated in a deep wooded gorge near Settle and is without doubt one of the most attractive and atmospheric waterfalls in the Yorkshire Dales.

This characterful and striking waterfall is situated at the point where Stockdale Beck flows below Scaleber Bridge before plunging down several rocky ledges down into Scaleber Wood.

7.6 miles / 18 minutes by car

7.4 miles / 2 hours, 32 minutes on foot

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JANET’S FOSS

Janet’s Foss is a small waterfall in the vicinity of the village of Malham, North Yorkshire, England. It carries Gordale Beck over a limestone outcrop topped by tufa into a deep pool below.

The name Janet is believed to refer to a fairy queen held to inhabit a cave at the rear of the fall. ‘Foss’ is a Nordic word for waterfall and is still used in Scandinavia today.

12.4 miles / 32 minutes by car

10.3 miles / 3 hours, 32 minutes on foot

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JANET’S FOSS

Janet’s Foss is a small waterfall in the vicinity of the village of Malham, North Yorkshire, England. It carries Gordale Beck over a limestone outcrop topped by tufa into a deep pool below.

The name Janet is believed to refer to a fairy queen held to inhabit a cave at the rear of the fall. ‘Foss’ is a Nordic word for waterfall and is still used in Scandinavia today.

12.4 miles / 32 minutes by car

10.3 miles / 3 hours, 32 minutes on foot

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INGLETON WATERFALLS TRAIL

Ingleton Waterfalls Trail is a well-known 4 mile circular trail beginning and ending in the village of Ingleton in the English county of North Yorkshire, now maintained by the Ingleton Scenery Company.

Explore the many trails, view the various waterfalls and finish off with a tea or coffee at the on-site cafe. Site facilities also include gift shop, picnic areas and toilets.

12.8 miles / 25 minutes by car

10.9 miles / 3 hours, 35 minutes on foot

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INGLETON WATERFALLS TRAIL

Ingleton Waterfalls Trail is a well-known 4 mile circular trail beginning and ending in the village of Ingleton in the English county of North Yorkshire, now maintained by the Ingleton Scenery Company.

Explore the many trails, view the various waterfalls and finish off with a tea or coffee at the on-site cafe. Site facilities also include gift shop, picnic areas and toilets.

12.8 miles / 25 minutes by car

10.9 miles / 3 hours, 35 minutes on foot

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GASTACK BECK WATERFALL

Gastack Beck Falls are a series of varied and impressive waterfalls on Gastack Beck, high above Deepdale in the north-west Yorkshire Dales.

These impressive waterfalls are situated either side of the road that drops down into Deepdale from the dale head and there are at least 6 waterfalls that can be seen with care.

18 miles / 45 minutes by car

15.3 miles / 5 hours, 26 minutes on foot

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GASTACK BECK WATERFALL

Gastack Beck Falls are a series of varied and impressive waterfalls on Gastack Beck, high above Deepdale in the north-west Yorkshire Dales.

These impressive waterfalls are situated either side of the road that drops down into Deepdale from the dale head and there are at least 6 waterfalls that can be seen with care.

18 miles / 45 minutes by car

15.3 miles / 5 hours, 26 minutes on foot

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WAIN WATH FORCE

Wain Wath Force is a fairly modest but popular waterfall located just over half a mile to the west of Keld in upper Swaledale. The name means Wagon Ford Waterfall so it is likely that there was once a ford situated close to the waterfall.

Park your car on the side of the road near the gate for easy access to the riverbank and the waterfall.

25.8 miles / 53 minutes by car

23.1 miles / 8 hours, 4 minutes on foot

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WAIN WATH FORCE

Wain Wath Force is a fairly modest but popular waterfall located just over half a mile to the west of Keld in upper Swaledale. The name means Wagon Ford Waterfall so it is likely that there was once a ford situated close to the waterfall.

Park your car on the side of the road near the gate for easy access to the riverbank and the waterfall.

25.8 miles / 53 minutes by car

23.1 miles / 8 hours, 4 minutes on foot

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AYSGARTH FALLS

Aysgarth Falls are a dramatic set of waterfalls situated on an impressive stretch of the River Ure in mid Wensleydale, where the Ure passes over 3 ‘ledges’ and provides great views across to Castle Bolton.

With easy walking through pretty woodland, the Aysgarth Falls are considered one of the nation’s favourite waterfalls.

25.9 miles / 48 minutes by car

22.9 miles / 7 hours, 43 minutes on foot

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AYSGARTH FALLS

Aysgarth Falls are a dramatic set of waterfalls situated on an impressive stretch of the River Ure in mid Wensleydale, where the Ure passes over 3 ‘ledges’ and provides great views across to Castle Bolton.

With easy walking through pretty woodland, the Aysgarth Falls are considered one of the nation’s favourite waterfalls.

25.9 miles / 48 minutes by car

22.9 miles / 7 hours, 43 minutes on foot

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