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Thornton Force, Yorkshire      The best of the many waterfalls found near Ingleton, on the edge of the     Yorkshire Dales, Thornton Force plunges 46ft in to the River Twiss. The     Ingleton Waterfalls Trail, a 4.5-mile circular path, takes in Thornton and     several other falls.

Thornton Force, Yorkshire The best of the many waterfalls found near Ingleton, on the edge of the Yorkshire Dales, Thornton Force plunges 46ft in to the River Twiss. The Ingleton Waterfalls Trail, a 4.5-mile circular path, takes in Thornton and several other falls.

Dangerous Rope Bridges That Will Leave You Without Breath- looks fun and scary at the same time!

Dangerous Rope Bridges That Will Leave You Without Breath- looks fun and scary at the same time!

North Yorkshire Dales.  This is the scenery I pictured while reading the "All Creatures Great & Small" series of books.

North Yorkshire Dales. This is the scenery I pictured while reading the "All Creatures Great & Small" series of books.

Plitvice Lakes National Park, Croatia ♦ The Plitvice Lakes are located in Plitvice Lakes National Park in Croatia. There, emerald forests surround azure waters fed by mountain rivers and streams that cascade over unique mineral deposits that cause the landscape to constantly move and shift.

Plitvice Lakes National Park, Croatia ♦ The Plitvice Lakes are located in Plitvice Lakes National Park in Croatia. There, emerald forests surround azure waters fed by mountain rivers and streams that cascade over unique mineral deposits that cause the landscape to constantly move and shift.

Frank C. Grace (Trig Photography) posted a photo:  Thousands of Years in the Making  Sabbaday Falls  New Hampshire  May 4th, 2017  Sabbaday Falls is one of the most popular waterfalls in New Hampshire. Its history, beauty and easy hike make it one of the most visited waterfalls in the state. The path to Sabbaday Falls is Handicapped accessible and is has informational postings along the trail. Sabbaday Falls has a 45' drop.  A gravel pathway and wooden steps leads you to the edges of the…

Frank C. Grace (Trig Photography) posted a photo: Thousands of Years in the Making Sabbaday Falls New Hampshire May 4th, 2017 Sabbaday Falls is one of the most popular waterfalls in New Hampshire. Its history, beauty and easy hike make it one of the most visited waterfalls in the state. The path to Sabbaday Falls is Handicapped accessible and is has informational postings along the trail. Sabbaday Falls has a 45' drop. A gravel pathway and wooden steps leads you to the edges of the…

Tom Wildoner posted a photo:  A beautiful scene along the Turkey Path Trail in Tioga County, Pennsylvania. Cascade waterfalls stacked one on the other with good water flow. I half expected to see a tree start walking or a hobbit run across the stream.  Tech Specs: Canon 6D and Canon EF 17-40mm f/4L USM lens, tripod mounted, single 8 second exposures at ISO 100, f/20 and 17mm. Photographed on April 29, 2017.

Tom Wildoner posted a photo: A beautiful scene along the Turkey Path Trail in Tioga County, Pennsylvania. Cascade waterfalls stacked one on the other with good water flow. I half expected to see a tree start walking or a hobbit run across the stream. Tech Specs: Canon 6D and Canon EF 17-40mm f/4L USM lens, tripod mounted, single 8 second exposures at ISO 100, f/20 and 17mm. Photographed on April 29, 2017.

The Raggaschlucht gorge was formed over a period of thousands of years by the torrent Raggabach. To visit, you walk on wooden walkways between vertical rock walls; in some places you cannot even see the sky. The trail is 800m long and rises 200m in elevation; the steep return path meanders through a shady forest and offers wonderful views of Flattach and the surrounding mountains. This is the waterfall found at the upper end of the gorge.

The Raggaschlucht gorge was formed over a period of thousands of years by the torrent Raggabach. To visit, you walk on wooden walkways between vertical rock walls; in some places you cannot even see the sky. The trail is 800m long and rises 200m in elevation; the steep return path meanders through a shady forest and offers wonderful views of Flattach and the surrounding mountains. This is the waterfall found at the upper end of the gorge.

Following the route of a historic railroad route, the new cycling trail is filled with incredible caves, majestic waterfalls, and natural parks to explore.

New 100-mile bike trail connects Croatia to Bosnia and Herzegovina

Following the route of a historic railroad route, the new cycling trail is filled with incredible caves, majestic waterfalls, and natural parks to explore.

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