There's nothing similar to the adventure of taking a dunk in one of the UK's confined lakes, waterways and cascades, so it's nothing unexpected the pattern for vast water swimming has recently continued developing. Here we share a couple of our #1 spots to make a plunge and return to nature. Our top tips? Look at Swim England's guidance for how to get ready here; remember to tell individuals where you're going before you set off and, in the event that you can, take a companion with you.
Regardless of whether you call it Lady Falls or Sgwd Gwladys Waterfall, this lovely spot in Wales' Brecon Beacons merits the outing. The cascade falls 33 feet down into a dive pool, yet don't be enticed to make a plunge if the water's low. The Neath town of Pontneddfechan is close by with a bar, The Angel Inn, for a post-swim half quart.
Cuckmere is effectively open from Seaford train station and there are two swimming alternatives. You can pick the oxbow lake, which is cut off from the principle stretch of stream so you don't need to stress over tides and ebbs and flows, or head to the segregated sea shore flanked by Seven Sisters precipices. You can do the two swims in a day.
You have two pools to browse here. One cascade at Kisdon Force is wide, open and somewhat of a sun trap. The other is dim, profound and freezing whenever of year. Take your pick. You'll discover the pools not exactly an hour from Sedbergh.