Falling Foss, Littlebeck, North Yorkshire Moors
Location/Access: Sneaton Forest, signposted walk from Littlebeck (approx 1.5miles - sometimes boggy) or car park, around 100 yeards from the Foss (Falling Foss signposted from the B1416 road). Refreshments available (from August 2008) at Midge Hall tea garden which is just a few yards from Falling Foss.
Grid Ref: NZ 880 047
Ordnance Survey Map: Explorer Map Sheet OL27
Source: May Beck
Height: Approximately 30 feet
A visit to Sneaton Forest is a memorable experience. The Forest offers a wealth of attractions to the visitor who explores it's network of paths. Thick plantations of conifers encourage a thriving population of birds and wildflowers. The Hermitage, often used as a shelter from the rain, was carved from a boulder has two wishing chairs upon it. But for many, Falling Foss, in which May Beck plunges 30ft down a steep slope, is the icing on the cake. It's a spectacular sight especially after a period of rain. Visit in the late October and you will be greeted by a gorgeous array of colours from the falling leaves.