It's a bit of a trek!
Down a long path ...... winding .... the going is ok but the coming back up is a Bugger ... specially if it has been raining.
But once there ... it's a scrabble to the falls themselves.
Once there you'll love watching an we once spent 5 hours there.
Beck Hole is in yet another dip in the moorland, even lower. Just a bit more than a kilometre down the hill from the village green, it has a pub which will feed you at lunchtime and also welcomes children. You can keep on walking to (or from, of course) Grosmont via the old railway line here if Beck Hole isn't enough of a walk for you.
- Beer Tasting
- Hiking and Walking
- National/State Park
If you are in this area, then within a very short time you could be in Whitby on the North East coast.
The home of explorer Captain James Cook. A ruined abbey, and tales of dracula all derive from Whitby.
From the village there are lots of footpaths if you like walking and want to see the surrounding countryside. There is a walk which takes you past some waterfalls, and to the south west is a preserved Roman Road called Wade's Way.
- Family Travel