Last month we decided we needed to go waterfall chasing, and had a look at what waterfalls were within a couple hours away (spoiler, there’s quite a few so hopefully we can get visiting them!). We happened to be hanging out with our friends who suggested Janet’s Foss, located in North Yorkshire and near to a place we visited last year, Malham cove.
The sun was shining and we were excited for a nice sunny walk. However, it started raining as we got closer to Malham and my mood became considerably less cheery. I hate the rain. My camera hates the rain. Boo. It cleared up somewhat however by the time we parked up and we only had to put up with a light drizzle every now and again. Day saved.
To get to Janet’s Foss, you go through the village of Malham and park up in what appears to be the middle of nowhere. Google maps was pretty accurate though, and we found a spot along the side of the road and saw if you went one way you could go to Janet’s Foss, and the other to Gordale Scar. We headed towards the waterfall and the subsequent hike along the river and back into the village. From Janet’s Foss to the village of Malham it was around a half an hour walk, so we rewarded ourselves by having a pub lunch and then headed back the way we came.