Marvel at the spectacular rock buttresses and cascading water of the Kinder Downfall. On a clear day, this natural amphitheatre can be visible for many miles.
Kinder Downfall is often shrouded in mists, as the wind blows the tumbling water into the air. On sunny days a series of colourful rainbows arch over the rocks.
December 11, 2019
Located on the river Kinder on the edge of the hill Kinder Scout this is an impressive waterfall and in fact the tallest in the Peak District with a 30 metre fall. It wasn't its most impressive on our latest summer adventure but you can see why it is after rain but also why it would be so treacherous.
September 20, 2020
Always a pleasure to visit Kinder Downfall and see how much water there is! I love it when the wind blows the water upwards, but the really special event is when it fully freezes over. It doesn't happen often, but when it does, the experienced ice climbers hit the waterfall and climb up it.
November 1, 2020
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