High Force Waterfall (Teesdale) Reviews
Description:One of England's most spectacular waterfalls located in Teesdale, County Durham.
Newest Review: ... to avoid the car park charge, you can park in the nearby Bowlees Visitor Centre which is free and has a direct footpath leading to the falls. Be aware, though, that this will involve a lot more walking. From the official car park to the falls is around 10 minutes' walk; from Bowlees it's about a six mile round trip (albeit it through some lovely woodlands). The Falls ------------ Getting to ... more
Customer High Force Waterfall (Teesdale) Reviews (3)
by - written on 21/06/11 (Very useful, 196 readings)
High Force Waterfall in Middleton in Teesdale is a spectacular sight. It might not have quite the impressive size of Niagara Falls, but it is still an impressive natural feature. Getting There ------------------- The waterfalls themselves are very easy to find. Simply head for the village of Middleton in Teesdale and there are plenty of brown signs showing you the way. The site is about 5 minutes easy drive out of the village down some wide country roads. The only place we encountered any real difficult was with seeing the entrance to the car park. As you round a corner, there is a car park for the falls, but this is right next door to a pub. Even ... Read the complete review
by - written on 21/03/10 (Very useful, 241 readings)
High Force is a waterfall which is on the River Tees, and is located at Forest-in-Teesdale. The river plunges down about 21 metres over a cliff edge, a 'precipice' if you wish to be technical, making a rather impressive waterfall! I have visited High Force in the past, but not for quite some years now. Last weekend it was bright and sunny, and feeling happy that spring is round the corner as the end of March nears, I randomly decided on a day out to High Force! This waterfall is situated near Barnard Castle town, and also Raby Castle which we drove past to get to the falls. I can't remember seeing Raby Castle before and it looks beautiful, we wanted to ... Read the complete review
by - written on 10/08/09 (Very useful, 241 readings)
High Force is a waterfall located in the north east of England near the village of Middleton-in-Teesdale, which is around half an hour's drive away from Darlington. I don't mind going for the occasional walk and seeing as we'd been to the football in Middlesbrough the night before, it seemed only fair to allow the other half to do what she wanted on the Saturday morning. Getting to the waterfall took longer than expected due to the winding country roads and an N-reg Micra that seemed incapable of travelling at any more than 40 miles per hour... If that was you, the accelerator is on the right! The wife had done her research and we parked ... Read the complete review
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