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Aysgarth Falls are a triple flight of waterfalls, surrounded by forest and farmland, carved out by the River Ure over an almost a one-mile stretch on its descent to mid-Wensleydale in the Yorkshire Dales of England, near the village of Aysgarth. The falls are quite spectacular during wet weather, as thousands of gallons of water cascade over the series of broad limestone steps.
Aysgarth Falls have attracted visitors for over 200 years; Ruskin, Turner and Wordsworth visited, all enthusing about the falls’ outstanding beauty. The upper fall was featured in the film Robin Hood: Prince of Thieves.
In addition to the falls, there are walks which wind through the wooded valley, offering views of the river and falls. Wild flowers appear in the spring and summer, and wild birds, squirrels and deer may also be seen. Nearby is St Andrew’s church, which has a large churchyard, reputed to be the largest in England. The church has a medieval painted wooden screen rescued from the destroyed Jervaulx Abbey.
The name originates from old Norse, meaning the open space in the oak trees.
It was featured on the television programme Seven Natural Wonders as one of the wonders of the North.

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Comments

  • 1stImpressions
    1stImpressionsalmost 4 years ago

    excellent work trevor mate

  • thanks Steve & Lesley

    – Trevor Kersley

  • photogaryphy
    photogaryphyalmost 4 years ago

    Brilliant shot Trevor, there’s some water coming over them falls isn’t there? Great shot.

  • certainly a lot of water there don’t know what the lower falls were like…Thank you Gary.

    – Trevor Kersley

  • David Davies
    David Daviesalmost 4 years ago

    Excellent, Trevor!

  • thank you David

    – Trevor Kersley

  • WatscapePhoto
    WatscapePhotoalmost 4 years ago

    Great shot, Trevor.

  • many thanks Steve

    – Trevor Kersley

  • TheBaldyMan
    TheBaldyManalmost 4 years ago

    Cracking image Trevor

  • thanks Alex

    – Trevor Kersley

  • SueSchwarting
    SueSchwartingalmost 4 years ago

    Beautiful capture, I bet it was a fabulous site to see in person!

  • thanks very much Susan..yes it is a beautiful site..I visit many different times of the year.

    – Trevor Kersley

  • hereforfun
    hereforfunalmost 4 years ago

    Lovely capture Trevor beautiful spot

  • thanking you very much Trudi

    – Trevor Kersley

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