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  • Author: anthonybennett
  • Date Posted: Aug 1, 2015
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Aysgarth Falls

Aysgarth Falls are a series of waterfalls over a one mile stretch of the River Ure in the Yorkshire Dales. In additional to the waterfalls the banks of the river in this area contain many potholes (round / oval shaped holes in the bedrock of the river bed).

The video below shows examples of potholes close to Aysgarth Falls.

The video below shows a waterfall at Aysgarth Falls.

Parking is available at both the National Park Information Centre and the Aysgarth Falls cafe.

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