Low Force waterfall
Low Force waterfall

One of the most beautiful waterfalls in the north of England, Low Force is a series of low cascades on the River Tees, about three miles upstream of Middleton-in-Teesdale. Though not as dramatic as its more famous cousin, High Force, Low Force is a lovely falls. If you can brave the water temperature there are wide pools below the falls were you can swim.
Just downstream of Low Force is Wynch Bridge, a listed chain suspension bridge across the Tees. Wynch Bridge was built in 1830 to replace an earlier bridge built in 1731 to allow miners to reach the Middleton lead mines.