I recently went to Settle for a week's holiday with the intention of exploring the limestone features and waterfalls of the western Yorkshire Dales. There is so much to explore on that side of the national park and the scenery is spectacular.
The nature of the landscape means that there are waterfalls at every turn, often in fabulous settings and gorges so I had a field day exploring them with my camera. The main advantage of experiencing a summer of rainfall is that the rivers were full and thundering along at full throttle. This also meant that there was a lot of peat in the water adding a lovely red hue to the flow.