What is the highest waterfall in Yorkshire?

the Cautley Spout
At an incredible 175 metres, the Cautley Spout is undoubtedly the tallest waterfall in the Yorkshire Dales. It’s around a 1 hour drive from our Yorkshire lodges, but if adventure and scale is what you’re looking for this is the place to visit.

Can you swim in Cauldron Falls?

You can’t swim directly under the waterfall as it’s almost too shallow; a better area would be down just below the bridge, where it’s slightly deeper. The only problem is the access to this area is through a small gap in the rocks just over the bridge alongside the cliff-side.

How deep is Janet’s Foss?

about 10ft deep
It’s about 10ft deep and it’s gin clear so you can see the trout beneath you.” There may also be fairies. According to legend, the cave behind the falls is said to be home to Jennet, queen of the fairies, hence its name “Janet’s Foss”. There is certainly something magical about it.

How long is the walk at Aysgarth Falls?

2 hours 40 minutes
Circular walk from Aysgarth Falls via Castle Bolton

Parking: Aysgarth Falls car park and National Park Centre (grid reference SE 011 887).
Walk distance: 6.75 miles (10.8 Km)
Estimated walk time: 2 hours 40 minutes
Height climbed: 215 metres
Grade: 2-B: A medium length walk that requires modest uphill walking

What waterfall was in Robin Hood: Prince of Thieves?

Yorkshire Dales waterfall Hardraw Force featured in Robin Hood film and was visited by William Wordsworth.

Which waterfall was used in Robin Hood: Prince of Thieves?

Aysgarth Falls have attracted visitors for more than 200 years, including John Ruskin, J. M. W. Turner and William Wordsworth visited, all enthusing about the falls’ outstanding beauty. All three falls were featured in the film Robin Hood: Prince of Thieves. The Falls are situated in the Yorkshire Dales National Park.

Is Janet’s Foss safe to swim in?

An easy walk from Malham and a lovely waterfall and plunge pool for wild swimming. Even in summer a wetsuit is probably advised but even without it is still swimable.

Was Harry Potter Filmed in Malham?

A pivotal scene in the seventh film – Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows part one – was filmed at Malham Cove in the Yorkshire Dales.

What Dale is aysgarth in?

Upper Wensleydale
Aysgarth is a small village in Upper Wensleydale, famous for its series of lovely waterfalls. There are three falls, the upper of which was featured in the film, Robin Hood, Prince of Thieves, with Kevin Costner.

Where was the waterfall scene in Robin Hood filmed?

Aysgarth Falls
Aysgarth Falls have attracted visitors for more than 200 years, including John Ruskin, J. M. W. Turner and William Wordsworth visited, all enthusing about the falls’ outstanding beauty. All three falls were featured in the film Robin Hood: Prince of Thieves. The Falls are situated in the Yorkshire Dales National Park.