Lee Collings at Yorkshirepics
Home of England`s largest single drop waterfall, a
reputed 100 foot drop and is set within the grounds of the historic
Green Dragon Inn.
The Inn is run separately from the Waterfall business. Access to the Waterfall is now available via the left of the inn and beyond the car park.
Summer 10am - 5pm Winter 10am - 4pm
During winter months if the centre is unmanned waterfall access is by a coin operated turnstile.
Please ensure that you have the correct
change (£2’s £1’s and 50p’s).
Adults £4, Children £2 (5 to 16 years), under 5's free.
Family ticket £10 (2 adults and 2 children).
Well controlled dogs are welcome.
- Due to the Covid 19 situation and resulting reduced footfall we may have to initially operate on a reduced timetable, this may mean that on some weekdays we open at 11am instead of 10am. Please telephone us for information
The path is level and graveled, and suitable for wheelchair access with care.
The Heritage Centre with toilets and tea room is open only during the summer months.
Subject to COVID 19 regulations take out tea and coffees are available'
The extensive paths around both the top and bottom of the
Scaur and along the side of the river, are also undergoing
continuous restoration work to return them to their former glory.
Please note great care is required at all times in and around the waterfall.
As well as the Waterfall and the walks around the grounds we hold events each
Hardraw Scaur Brass Band Festival
always the second Sunday in September, which is held outdoors in the grounds.
Please note: cancelled for 2020
The beck-side path .
The newly opened upper path has uneven sections near the top bridge and must be
accessed with care, due to the presence of overhanging rocks it is not possible to walk under the waterfall at any time and no
access is allowed beyond the two small beckside maintenance gates.