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Jacob's Ladder Waterfall | Hidden Waterfall in Peak District, England

Updated: Jan 2

Jacob's Ladder is a moderate to difficult hike in the Peak District, and can be done when setting off for Kinder Scout from Edale.

Image of Jacob's Ladder Waterfall in England.
Photo taken by @_sophchetwynd via Instagram.

If you're not used to hill walking, get some practise in before attempting this hike. However, you'll come across this gem of a waterfall which you can stop at and admire, before continue your adventure.


The Jacob's Ladder hike is moderate to difficult, so if you're a first timer you might want to try a different route for your first hike. Just before the climb you'll be greeted by this little waterfall to boost your morale!


Things to know before visiting Jacob's Ladder Waterfall

  • Jacob's Ladder Waterfall is dog friendly.

  • The hike overall can be pretty challenging so please do wear appropriate footwear.


Image of Jacob's Ladder Waterfall in England.
Photo taken by @_sophchetwynd via Instagram.

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