Lodore waterfall, Grange, Cumbria

Lodore waterfall, Grange, Cumbria

Lodore Falls is one of the eastern Lake District's most popular beauty spots. The falls have been popular with visitors since Victorian times, and it is easy to see why. You'll need to time your visit early or late, though, as the nearest parking is a half mile away on the shores of the lake, and the parking lot fills up quickly.

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