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All reviews beautiful walk easy walk narrow path short walk viewing point slippery steps wooded area lovely place to visit worth the effort ravenglass eskdale railway beautiful scenery bridge rain rocks church trail foliage
This is a little off the beaten track, with a walk along a small road and track to get down to the river. Once you're there, the walk through woodland along the rocky river bed is very beautiful. You will need to watch your feet:...More
Visited several waterfalls during our holiday but this was our favourite, the walk through the woods was lovely and the atmosphere around the falls is very special. Would love to visit when the rhododendrons are in flower.
I'm not sure whether this inspired the Herbal Essences and / or the Timotei adverts but it wouldn't surprise me. There's not much in the way to do once you get here but the dogs certainly enjoyed frolicking in the plunge pool. The only problems...More
After a trip on the Ravenglass - Eskdale railway we decided to do all of the little walks in the area. We visited the little church an did the circular trip up to the waterfall.
I really wish that we had gone all the way...More
We (family of 4 with boys 8 and 10) enjoyed our ‘hike’ through the woodland walk which eventually crosses 3 wooden bridges and reaches final rock path to see the falls and water pool.
Worth the effort if you are sure footed enough to manage...More
Walked from fisherground camp sites about an hour. Can get ratty train part way back. Pleasant scenery past fields with the mountains in the distance. Most of walk through wooded area as is falls. It is quite spectacular, if you clamber down you can feel...More
Although it was cold in the rain it is the ideal time to see the waterfall in full force. The walk there is fairly gentle uphill. Although slippery in places it didn’t feel dangerous. Good for all the family