Home of England`s largest single drop waterfall, a
reputed 100 foot drop and is set within the grounds of the historic
Green Dragon Inn.
The Waterfall is open daily
10am in winter and 10am in Summer until dusk.
During winter months waterfall access is by a coin operated turnstile,
at a standard price of £2.50 per person, please ensure that you have the correct
change (£2’s £1’s and 50p’s).
It is priced at £2.50 per adult and £1.50 per child. Under 5's free.
Group ticket for 2 adults and 2 children £7.50.
Well controlled dogs are welcome.
The path is level and graveled, and suitable for wheelchair access with care.
(The falls were used as a location in the film Robin Hood: Prince of Thieves, in
the scene where Maid Marian catches Robin Hood bathing under a waterfall.)
We now have a Heritage Centre on the grounds, which incorporates toilets and showers
and also sells hot and cold drinks and snacks - available in the Summer months.
The extensive paths around both the top and bottom of the
Scaur and along the side of the river, are also undergoing
continuous restoration work to return them to their former glory.
Please note great care is required at all times in and around the waterfall.
As well as the Waterfall and the walks around the grounds we hold many events each
Hardraw Scaur Brass Band Festival
which is held outdoors in the grounds.