Waterfalls of the Lake District
 
 
Welcome Welcome to the Waterfalls of the Lake District website. Through this site, I wish to share my passion for both the Lake District landscape and one of the most dramatic elements of any landscape, the waterfall. Spectacular waterfalls including the magnificent Dungeon Ghyll and the powerful Skelwith Force are explored and as well as displaying my photography I will aim to pass on my knowledge of the waterfall to you with maps, stories and interesting facts. 

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Aira Force
Dockray

Aira Force lies on land belonging to the National Trust which means it is well looked after and comes with a network of footpaths and viewing stations. Aira Beck passes through the

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Colwith Force
Colwith

Of the two waterfalls on the River Brathay Colwith Force is likely to be the lesser known. It is approximately a mile walk from Skelwith Force along a signposted footpath. When you

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Stickle Ghyll
Great Langdale

Stickle Ghyll in Great Langdale is a magnificent site, viewable for miles. The journey down Stickle Ghyll starts at Stickle Tarn, just below Harrison Stickle (723m) one of the Langdale

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Lodore Falls
Keswick

A few miles south of Keswick stands the Lodore Hotel, a charming hotel overlooking Derwent Water. Behind the hotel is Lodore Falls, a stunning waterfall in which Watendlath Beck

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Skelwith Force
Skelwith Bridge

Skelwith Force is one of two waterfalls on the River Brathay near Elterwater. Skelwith Force is not very high, only around 15 feet but at Skelwith Bridge the river's water is forced

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