‘Deathly Hallows’ waterfall springs back to life


Dec 09, 2015

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Malham Cove – a previously dormant waterfall atop a limestone cliff in England’s Yorkshire Dales – has started flowing again for ‘the first time in living memory’ as a result of storm Desmond.

Malham Cove features in The Deathly Hallows: Part 1, and – as you can see below – it’s considerably drier there!





The cliff measures 70m high, making it England’s highest unbroken waterfall.

Watch footage of the waterfall below:

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