Ingleton Waterfalls Trail,
|At this point the River Doe has carved a deep
narrow gorge into the rock, believed to be 60ft down.
There are a number of
twists and turns and plenty of opportunities to overlook the spectacular sight
both below and around you. There are several falls within this section as the
river plunges down through, but they do not appear to have names.
At one point
there is a viewing platform across the gorge, giving a good view of the river a long way down below.
Eventually the gorge opens out into the first
of a number of rocky areas. There is a steep
set of steps down to this area, the wooden path is surrounded by mini waterfalls
coming off the hillside around. The river runs on through and some people picnic
on the limestone rock bed amongst the small rock pools of water, and you can, if
it's not covered in water and you can figure out how to get down there.
This waterfall is one of a number located on
Ingleton Waterfalls Trail
is available from this trail which is open to the public (with charges), see
the walks location guide for common details.
Waterfall on trail before is Rival Falls
Waterfall after is Snow Falls
on the River Doe.
Please let us know any other information that we
can add to the Further information and Planning Grids or page and any errors that you discover. Before making a long trip to any location it is always
wise to double check the current information, websites like magazines may be
correct at the time the information is written, but things change and it is of
course impossible to double check all entries on a regular basis. If you have
any good photographs that you feel would improve the illustration of this page
then please let us have copies. In referring to this page it is helpful if you
quote both the Page Ref and Topic or Section references from the Grid below. To print the
planning grid select it then right click and print the selected area.
Please submit information on locations you discover so
that this system continues to grow.