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Bakestall and Dash waterfall
April 23 @ 9:00 am – 1:00 pm
Bakestall and Dash Falls are located in the Dash Valley, in the northern Lake District. The valley is said to be named after the Dash River, which flows through it.
The area of Bakestall and Dash Falls has a long and storied history. The falls were first recorded in the 14th century, when they were recorded as a place of worship for the ancient Celts. During the 16th century, the area became a popular spot for anglers, and it was during this era that the falls gained their name. The area also attracted other visitors, including writers and artists, who were drawn to the beautiful scenery.
Today, Bakestall and Dash Falls is a popular tourist destination in the North of England. The area is also home to a variety of wildlife, including red deer, badgers, and otters. Visitors can also take in some of the local culture, with nearby villages offering plenty of local pubs and restaurants. Bakestall and Dash Falls are a must-see for any visitor to the North of England.
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Parking has a small donation box.