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The walk to and from and roundabout is nice, but really it's just a 2-3 m waterfall, which can be completely dry in high summer. Nothing special and depressing to see people sitting around it in awe. There are many such waterfalls in yorkshire if...More
Good flatish walk to the Foss from the village if you go anticlockwise. The Foss itself lends itself to Golum and the Lord of the rings. Little scramble up the rocks to the road that takes you back to Malham.
Visited Janet's Foss on the way back to Malham village after walking up to the top of Malham cove. It is a very pretty little waterfall. When we visited it was only small as there had been a lot of dry weather. Our children enjoyed...More
This is a small waterfall located in a wood. In my opinion it is not worth to take the walk to see only this natural beauty, since there are much more pleasant and nice locations around (Malham cove & Gordale scar). But if you will...More
A lovely walk through the woods from malham and after Janets Foss onto Gordale Scar. Take boots and a lunch but you can stop for coffee near the Foss. If you are feeling charged after the Scar you can do the full loop over to...More
From the village of Malham, Janet's Fosse is a gentle stroll through a wooded valley alongside the brook and the masses of wild Garlic. I suppose about a mile to get to a delightful little waterfall, Janet's Fosse, Niagara it ain't but the flow of...More
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BD23 4DA is the postcode for the Tourist Information. On sunny weekends it gets busy so you will need to get there early to get a car parking space. I was there this Sunday and the car park at the Tourist Information was... More
BD23 4DA is the postcode for the Tourist Information. On sunny weekends it gets busy so you will need to get there early to get a car parking space. I was there this Sunday and the car park at the Tourist Information was full and the road just before (or after if you're coming from the other direction) where you can also park, were both full.