Ingleton Waterfalls Trail,
This is three small waterfalls running side by
side where the water has managed to find three openings amongst the rocks to run
between. It is at the opening of the Beezley Falls plunge pool into the next
part of the river, before it twists off down the valley.
I would assume if the water level was really
high that at least two of them, closet to the path, would merge together and
therefore you would only get a double spout.
This waterfall is one of a number located on
Ingleton Waterfalls Trail
is available from this trail which is open to the public (with charges), see
walks location guide for common details.
Waterfall on trail before is
Waterfall after is Rival Falls
On the River Doe.
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