When walking in the Langdale Valley, a popular place to walk to, via a relatively easy uphill walk is Dungeon Ghyll. This is a mountain stream which looks amazing as it tumbles down over the rocks from the high peak. It is best visited after a heavy rainfall so you can experience the full power of what the water can be like tumbling down over the rocks which measure a height of 60 feet. The waterfall can be found at the top of the Langdale Valley, on the southern face of Harrison Stickle. You can venture further to see where the Ghyll starts at Stickle Tarn; this is a more difficult walk but is definitely worth it once you get there!

Once you've ventured back down the fell, you can head to the fantastic Old Dungeon Ghyll Pub This old pub, in keeping with its history,still has its stone floors, a spit and sawdust atmosphere mixed with great food and ale to guarantee a nice place to relax after your walk.