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Easy Walk for a Winters day when you need to keep warm and walk at a fast pace. Not muddy even when there has been a lot of rain

1 month ago

2 months ago

Was windy but very worth the view.

One of my favorites walk in the region.

Good loop trail of reasonable length. The gorge can get a bit overgrown in later summer. When you reach the Monsal trail, try to get back down to the river as the walk is much more interesting than staying on the disused railway. Opportunities for rock climbing also in the gorge.

A good circular route with excellent views of the Ribblehead viaduct. The path is extremely well marked and heavily trafficked. The descent is steep and you need to take a hard right turn, after the descent to take the Bridleway back towards the viaduct. The wind was extremely strong on our walk with very little shelter along the ridge. The route can get very busy on weekends as it is part of the 3-peaks challenge.

Great to mountain bike if you just want a bimble in the sunshine as not too strenuous. Can get busy with pedestrians.

2 months ago

Loved it even on a grey rainy day! Variety of beautiful scenery Shane about the dog poo along the thames estuary path though!

Gorgeous walk on a sunny day through fields and orchards. Absolutely brilliant

very windy!

It s a great trail for your kids

Much of this walk is very enjoyable but the busy road past ugly industrial and residential area spoils it.

3 months ago

Great walk for fit and healthy adults, but some of the steepest gradients in the South of England mean it is NOT easy or kid friendly.

nice walk shame about all the nettles as you come off the river

4 months ago