Waterfalls to feast your eyes on check them out
When going out on your adventures there has to be a waterfall on the schedule. Here a list of a couple waterfalls to see for yourself.
Located in Betws-y-Coed cascading from Afron Llugwy. This fall is the highest continuous waterfall in Wales and one of Snowdonia’s most visited sights. The falls are also known as a cascading fall. In 1899 it was assumed that the falls could be used to create a source of electricity for the nearby village Betws-y-Coed. Also overhead lighting to provide the falls. With a turnstile entrance, you soon see slippery steps down to the falls depending on weather. But when you get there you will be in awe of the spectacular view, with a viewing platform perfect for those selfies.
Found in the Berwyn Mountains in Wales, just west of Oswestry and Shrewsbury its UK tallest single drop waterfall. Measuring at a staggering 240ft (80m) with absolutely breathtaking views. It’s a great place to explore the Berwyn Mountain and surrounding hills suitable for every walker. It is said that’s its known for a sense of peace and tranquillity to reflect on thoughts. Before or after you set off located at the base of the waterfall is a tea room and B/B building. It’s perfect to rest and recover or to prepare you for the walk ahead.
Situated in Mid-Wensleydale part of the Yorkshire Dales of England. Near the village Aysgarth is a fall which a stretch of the river Ure. It then passes over 3 ledges of limestone steps. It’s not the highest waterfalls but it’s the most famous beauty spots in Wensleydale. As featured on the film Robin Hood – Prince of Thieves featuring Kevin Costner. It has a riverside trail linking the upper, middle and lower ledges (falls).
Found in the area of Malham, North Yorkshire, England is a small magnificent waterfall. Carrying Gordale Beck over limestone formation which leads into a deep pool below. Its’s Popular walk from Malham village to the waterfall from the car park into the village. Then cross the beck following the trail up to the waterfall, as your on the way up you’ll see picturesque views of the Yorkshire dales and streams leading from Janet’s Foss.
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To conclude I hope this blog post which has showcased these spectacular waterfalls will give you some inspiration of places to explore. As always I hope you’ve enjoyed the post.
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