Waterfall In Ingram Valley, Northumberland
An 18 metre waterfall in the beautiful Ingram Valley.
Linhope Spout is an 18m long waterfall which lands in a 2m wide, 5m deep plunge pool. The area is very popular & is a good place to take a picnic in decent weather.
It is a moderate walk with a few inclines, but not too strenuous. Walking boots are recommended for the rocky parts.
The waterfall is within the Northumberland International Dark Sky Park and is a great spot for stargazing and astro photography. It's also perfect for bird watching during the day.
Any finally some lovely footage thanks to Malcolm Aitchinson.
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Contributed by Sandra Clemens
I love the great outdoors and have been a National Trust & English Heritage member for years. I also love going off the beaten track and finding places like Sharp's Folly or Rothley Castle which are hidden gems in Northumberland. My favourite recent hike was climbing Red Screes in the Lake District on a whim, not fully grasping how high 776m was. It was still an achievement to conquer a Wainwright walk and I hope to do more one day.More Places from Sandra
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