Who doesn't love a waterfall for there is surely something magical in the sight and sound of cascading water as it tumbles over rocks and boulders and there is none more attractive than the waters of the meandering River Twiss in North Yorkshire where there is much that is unusual to enjoy. Of particular interest is the ring fenced area where Orchids have been reintroduced. These beautiful flowers once grew in these parts in rich profusion but were dug up during the 19th and 20th century to be taken by many as souvenirs.
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