The Yorkshire Dales National Park
The stunning Yorkshire Dales National Park has an amazing array of waterfalls. A lot I haven't even managed to visit yet but whenever I'm in the Dales I try to visit a few whether they are new places or some of my old favourites. Nearly all my waterfall photos are long exposure images using a tripod and Lee Filters big stopper or little stopper to give that nice blurred affect on the flowing water. Below is more information on what I think are 5 of the best waterfalls in the Yorkshire Dales.
Pecca Falls is one of the first waterfalls on the Ingleton Waterfall Trail. It has a great viewing platform which lines up perfectly with this multi tier waterfall and there is space to set up your tripod if it's not too busy. As with most waterfalls it looks most impressive after recent rain. However this sheltered bit of the trail can be full of mosquitos so don't forget the repellent. View On Google Maps.