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Aysgarth Falls Hub
at the National Park Centre

Aysgarth Falls is a spectacular series of waterfalls on the River Ure, in the Yorkshire Dales National Park. The Falls have been a popular tourist destination since the Victorian era and are amongst the most photographed waterfalls in the country. 


National Park Visitor Centre – Aysgarth Falls

Address: Church Bank, Aysgarth, Leyburn DL8 3TH
Grid ref: SE 0108 8878
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tel: 01969 662910


There is a cafe at the visitor centre and accessible toilet facilities.

There are blue badge parking spaces (fee to pay).

The Nearest Changing Place is located in the Dales Museum in Hawes. 

For more information, visit the Yorkshire Dales National Park website here

What's Available

A Tramper is available to borrow at Aysgarth Falls visitor centre.

The Tramper can be driven up the the Upper falls and to the middle falls where there is a viewing platform which is wheelchair accessible. 

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Video Inspiration

A brief video showing Debbie North visiting Aysgarth Falls

Video Courtesy of The Outdoor Guide

Inspiration from our Blog

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