The unimagined Gaping Gill Waterfall (also known as Gaping Ghyll) is located in Ingleborough, North Yorkshire, England.
Situated at the bottom of a large crater, Gaping Gill, the largest cavern in Britain, engulfs a stream named Fell Beck that ends its course abruptly, forming a waterfall that plunges 344 ft. (105 metres) down deep into a pothole and lands on a cathedral sized limestone chamber. It is probably Britain’s highest unbroken waterfall.
Gaping Gill Waterfall Location
Gaping Gill – Ingleborough, Yorkshire Dales, Ingleton, North Yorkshire, UK