Aysgarth is a small village in Upper Wensleydale. The standout features of Wensleydale are the rolling green hills, cross-hatched by ancient drystone walls and the many waterfalls, the most famous being the spectacular Aysgarth Falls. Aysgath Falls are three-step cascades that go down the river Ure, which flows through the centre of Wensleydale.
You can find all you want to know about Aysgarth and the surrounding areas in Wensleydale on these webpages.
There is a National Park Visitor Centre, café and car park at Aysgarth Falls so it’s easy to visit. A top tip is to remember that the waterfalls are at their most dramatic after heavy rain.
Aysgarth Falls National Park Visitor Centre
The centre is a great starting point for anyone wanting to make the most of this beautiful area and is perfectly situated to visit the superb waterfalls, There is parking and toilets. Find out where we are and come and visit us!
National Park Visitor Centre – Aysgarth Falls
Aysgarth - walks and things to do
The three-stepped waterfalls at Aysgarth have been a tourist attraction for over 200 years. The villages of Bainbridge, Carperby and Askrigg are nearby with their cosy pubs and cafes. Wensleydale is a fantastic area for walks.
Aysgarth – walks and things to do
Aysgarth - special qualities
Aysgarth is situated in Wensleydale - there is so much to explore in the area! Find out about the special qualities of this area here.
Aysgarth – special qualities