Last day of our trip before heading home and the weather was stunning. We headed down to Aira Force near to Ullswater and parked up at the top car park rather than the main one down by Ullswater.
We walked down through the meadows to smaller Aira Beck waterfalls which are a series of small falls and plunge pools. There are paths which lead down either side of the water to High Force and Aira Force itself.
Izzy enjoying a cool off.
The wooden bridge above High Force
High Force from above.
We headed all the way to the bottom of the falls and back up the paths on the other side of the falls. There are some steep climbs and steps but well worth the effort. The dogs loved it.
View to Ullswater.
After lunch we headed off round Ullswater , stopping at a little village shop and tearoom for a slice of cake and then on down the dead end road which runs along the side of Wast Water. Wast Water was the home of the last Golden Eagle in England who sadly hasn't been seen for a few years and is now presumed dead.It is also England's deepest lake.
View to Wasdale Head from the end of the lake.