Lydford Gorge, Dartmoor


Last summer was a whirlwind of adventures with my friend Sarah. I’ve got so many photos stockpiled that I don’t even know where to begin! One of our first trips was to Lydford Gorge on Dartmoor, the deepest gorge in the South West and home to the 30ft Whitelady waterfall. The sun was shining and the wildflowers were in full bloom, making the trek through the forest especially lovely. The path winds down the gorge in long sweeping loops, the sound of crashing water getting louder the further you descend. The waterfall itself is beautiful. It falls in an almost straight line, like a streamer of white silk ribbon that’s been let down from the canopy above. We sat by the pools and ate our lunch, basking in the early summer warmth.

You may also like

LEAVE A COMMENT

About Me

Chesca

Chesca

↠ a travelogue of adventures ↠ Soon to be travelling & working around the world with my love. These are my stories.

Join me!

Follow

Where?

currently ↠ Devon & Cornwall, England

Snapshots

  • Brittany Ferry sets off for France bon voyage
  • Life is better from this perspective
  • Solstice paddles lilac skies
  • I might have taken us on a 2 hour detourhellip
  • If you go down to the woods today
  • Fairy glades
  • Plymouth Dockyard pretty in lights
  • One day late but happy Summer Solstice
  • Golden fields and endless seas

Keep Up to Date

Follow

Popular Posts

find me