1. Ingleton Waterfall Trail – Yorkshire
The Walk: Ingleton Waterfall Trail is one of the most stunning walks in the Yorkshire Dales, offering walkers a combination of beautiful waterfalls and ancient woodland. This famous walk has been a popular attraction since its opening in the late 1800s, in its early years 3’500 people were recorded visiting the site on a single day. Thankfully the trail is less busy now, allowing its walkers a peaceful and enjoyable walk. Beginning in the village of Ingleton, the general circular route follows up the River Twiss and back down the River Doe along a fairly well-defined path. Keep an eye out for some of the trails most impressive waterfalls in the higher area of the Doe Valley. The path covers areas of incline, however it remains accessible for most as steps are provided where necessary. Unfortunately, this deems the path unsuitable for wheelchairs and pushchairs. Please be aware that this is not a free trail, admission is £5 per adult, £2 per child or £11 for a family ticket.
More info: http://www.ingletonwaterfallstrail.co.uk