High Force, Teesdale, County Durham, England by Ray Etchells

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The falls are not far from the main road and can be accessed in 20 minutes. It had been raining heavily for quite a few days and I had an idea that they might be in spate, as it usually only falls down the left hand channel. I arrived late in the day after being further downstream and on a few of the River Wear tributaries. The noise of the falls when they are in spate can be heard from quite a distance as it drops 70 feet/21 meters into the plunge pool beneath. I stayed until dark but this was the best of the light that evening.


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    John Graham Curry on

    I always thought High Force was on the Tees. The Wear is in a parallel valley to the north?

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