On Sunday the 6th of December 2015 for the first time in living history Malham Cove became the highest single drop waterfall in the UK. For #OneDayOnly
Malham Cove is a huge curving amphitheatre shaped cliff formation of limestone rock.
The vertical face of the cliff is about 260 feet high. The top of the cove is a large area of deeply eroded limestone pavement, of a strange pattern rarely seen in England. The majesty of Malham Cove looks out over the Village of Malham and has been attracting visitors for centuries.
Some great video footage of the waterfall over Malham Cove taken on Sunday the 6th December 2015 by Stuart Gledhill, Malham. "Unprecedentd amounts of rain created this unique phenomenom this morning. Talking to 2 neighbours who are both around 80 and have both lived in Malhamdale all their lives, they have never seen this happen before, and some suggestions are that it could be nearly 200 years since it was last recorded."