Hebblethwaite Hall Gill
Hebblethwaite Hall Gill is remarkable for a series of small waterfalls by the ruins of an old mill. Situated at the bottom of a small ravine the ruins are of stone-built buildings with a few sections of wall still upstanding.
The Hebblethwaite Hall Gill waterfalls are small but scenic and can be accessed along the riverbank from a small bridge on the main footpath. The is a small water chute (not really a waterfall exactly) and also small falls above, including one which might be best described as a ‘spout’. This place could be very photogenic under the right conditions but not so much for us, on several visits. Hebblethwaite Hall Gill is very atmospheric to the eye nevertheless.