High Force :: Shared Description

High Force, located at Forest-in-Teesdale, though not the highest, is one of the most spectacular waterfalls in England.

From its rise as a trickle, high on the heather covered fells at the top of the North Pennines, to the top of the whin sill rock at Forest -in-Teesdale, the River Tees steadily grows and gathers pace, then suddenly and spectacularly, the whole of the River plunges over a precipice and drops 71 feet (21 metres) into the plunge pool below.

The waterfall is within the North Pennines Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty (AONB) and European Geopark

LinkExternal link - High Force Waterfall web page
by David Dixon
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NY8828 : High Force by David Dixon
NY8828 : Path to High Force by Jonathan Hutchins
NY8828 : High Force by Andrew Curtis
NY8828 : High Force, River Tees by David Dixon
NY8828 : Twenty Five Seconds of High Force by David Lally
NY8828 : High Force by Jonathan Hutchins
NY8828 : High Force Waterfall, River Tees by David Dixon
NY8828 : River Tees, High Force by David Dixon
NY8828 : High Force Waterfall, River Tees by David Dixon


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Created: Mon, 27 Jun 2011, Updated: Mon, 27 Jun 2011

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