Lumb Hole Falls is a stunning waterfall located near Hebden Bridge in West Yorkshire. The falls are 3 mi (almost 5 km) north of the town and can be found on Crimsworth Dean Beck, a tributary of the River Calder.
Surrounded by a pocket of beautiful woodland, it is for many a favourite hiking, picnic and wild swimming location. It can nonetheless become crowded during holidays and sunny weekends.
Lumb Hole Falls sits on privately owned land. Access can be gained via the use of permissive paths; however, at times, the owners may post signs saying that the waterfall is “closed”. The path is not suitable for wheelchairs or pushchairs, the land is rocky, slippery and getting down to the water takes a bit of careful stepping.