The Tilberthwaite Waterfall Level is an old "coffin level" said to have been started by the German Miners in the 16th Century. The tunnels here were extended in the 19th Century to drain water from the deep Tilberthwaite Mine nearby.
The Tilberthwaite Mine, reckoned to be based on the old Three King's Mine is a deep, 155 metres down to the Tilberthwaite Deep Level.
Lockin Garth Force is a nice little waterfall into a small pool, just off the road down into Deepdale.
Corn Du, pronounced Corn Dee meaning 'Black Horn', is the second highest mountain in South Wales at 873 metres (2,864 ft) and is situated in the Brecon Beacons National Park.
Catrigg Force is an absolutely spectacular waterfall that drops into a deep, rocky gorge on the Stainforth Beck. The waterfall itself has two drops, the first of which falls into a small basin carved into the rock and half-hidden from below. The main drop falls from the basin to a shallow limestone pool with overhanging trees far above and fern-clad rocks below.
Brampton Wood in Cambridgeshire is home to a remarkable variety, of plants and animals. Over 300 plant species have been recorded here and the wood is well known also for its butterflies and birds.
The 4600 acre Blickling Estate features a number of historic builings including Blickling Hall that dates back to the 15th Century.