Aysgarth Falls

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North Yorkshire, England
Aysgarth Falls  - Aysgarth Falls Bridge
Aysgarth Falls  - Aysgarth Falls - Upper
Aysgarth Falls  - Aysgarth Falls - Middle
Aysgarth Falls  - Aysgarth Falls - Lower

Aysgarth Falls North Yorkshire Reviews

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Aysgarth Falls Feb 21, 2017
The falls at Aysgarth are in 3 parts, Upper, Middle and Lower (see 'more photos') -- they're not high-dropping falls, rather gentler falls as the River Ure tumbles over limestone steps. There's a Yorkshire Dales National Park Information Centre here with a 'pay and display' car park -- from there the paths to the falls are well signed. The falls are on private land and there is an 'honesty box' donation of 1 pound on the approach to the Upper falls -- from there you walk back towards the Visitor Centre, past the stone bridge and pick up the path to the Middle and Lower Falls -- this path takes you through beautiful bluebell woods with much wildlife about. The distance is about 1 mile (1.6km) from the Upper Falls to the Lower Falls.

The Information Centre has computerised and hardcopy information about the falls and also serves food.

Directions: On a minor road from Aysgarth to Caperby -- Aysgarth is on the A684 in Wensleydale
Aysgarth Falls - Lower
Aysgarth Falls - Middle
Aysgarth Falls - Upper
Aysgarth Falls Bridge
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