26 October 2021

Lake District Waterfalls



We got to see some of the best waterfalls in the Lake District on our recent trip. We drove past Moss Force on our way to Buttermere, there’s a car park on the roadside but we didn’t have time to stop. Sour Milk Gill (pictured above and below) flows into Buttermere from nearly 400m high, with a little bridge at the bottom to view it from.




About a mile and a half from the lake is Scale Force, the largest single drop waterfall in the Lake District which is also considered the highest waterfall in the Lakes. We had the waterfall to ourselves which meant I could climb out over the rocks for a better photo.






The final waterfall that we saw was Lodore Falls, just a short walk from the National Trust car park at Derwentwater. 








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