Kinder Scout is my local “mountain in the Peak District. Its a wild desolate place, actually a plateau rather than a ‘pointy top’. Its lack of features makes it a very exciting place to cross if you know what you’re doing; a dangerous place if you don’t.
One of the features of Kinder is the Kinder Downfall, a waterfall, which flows over the western edge as an outfall from the Kinder river. This is an excellent objective for a walk. Sometimes, there isn’t a trickle going over the edge, sometimes a torrent.
Sometimes, as in this case, the wind is so strong (We’re 2000′ up here) it blows the river back “uphill”. This spray is actually the waterfall going back up again!