Monday, 28 September 2015

Cray & Crook Gill Waterfalls

Cray & Crook Gill Waterfalls 

For those who like waterfalls, Cray is Paradise, A Small hamlet at the head of Wharfedale in the Yorkshire Dales. Although they are not on the scale of Aysgarth or Hardraw, there are so many falls in such a small area. Crook Gill consists of several falls each cascading down into the next. It can be a bit of a scramble up to the top.

There are  3 main options for Parking, See Map -

(A) Park at the side of the road and follow the footpath alongside Cray Gill upstream to Crook Gill.

(B) There is room for a few cars to park opposite the White Lion Inn.

(C)  2 small Lay-By's around the top bend. 

 Falls (1)

 Falls (2)

Falls (4)

 Crook Gill (3)
 Crook Gill (3)

 Crook Gill (3)

Crook Gill (3)

Bridge over Crook Gill (4)
White Lion (B)

(Fall 8)

Falls (9)

 Fall (10)

Fall (11)

Fall (12)

13 - This one has been dry of late, even after plenty of rain

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