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Awesome trail from start to finish. Beautiful views over Lewes, Eastbourne and Newhaven. Easy to navigate with the fully way-marked path. Lots of different sections with fields, countryside and wildlife to entertain all along. Well worth saving for a proper sunny day!

hiking
5 days ago

Started at the car park in Gledridding with post code CA11 0PA. 2 hour drive from Manchester. Went up via striding edge on a beautiful sunny day. Down Swirrel Edge which is less difficult that Striding. Walk back is down lots of steep steps and long. There are shops next to the car park for booze and food. Also a camp site. Great route.

hiking
rocky
6 days ago

Very strenuous walk up the hill quite steep and rocky, a good workout for the calves. Good walk all in all. Wouldn’t like to do this in bad weather as I could see it being very dangerous due to the rocks. I went a bit further to chew reservoir which is nice but the path toward the water is not the best and a bit boggy in parts as I had a vicar of dibley moment myself and was up to my knees in it which made the walk back not the best . Next time I’ll just stick to the exact route!

hiking
no shade
6 days ago

Great path and lovely for dogs to go swimming

Nice, easy and a pleasant walk

nature trips
bugs
13 days ago

great views once you have climbed up from Pateley Bridge

you walk along a very fast road with no foot path, not recommend as very dangerous

Nice forrest walk

Nice walk, easy going. We all enjoyed the lion, which and wardrobe wood carvings.

hiking
muddy
2 months ago

Great initial ascent, clambering up the rocks was good fun. Can imagine it being a bit treacherous with heavy rain. Not quite as varied at the top but a a few interesting rock formations

Great trail up to Harry’s Rock, but muddy in places on the way up from Swanage and very windy at the top. Recommend having boots and appropriate jacket. Chose to finish in Studland and take a bus back to Swanage.

hiking
icy
muddy
no shade
off trail
rocky
scramble
snow
3 months ago

Very steep start for around 1-1.5 mile high % incline doesn’t stop. Once you cross the 3rd gate very sharp edge and then a final scramble up to the peek. Wouldn’t advise unless you are fully prepared and equipped for all weather. But if you are prepared though tremendous walk with what could be amazing views on a clear day!

hiking
flooded
muddy
3 months ago

hiking
3 months ago

This was the first moderate long distance trail I ever walked. My daughter and I had a wonderful time. It was beautiful, varied in views and types of land. We met some lovely people when we got lost at one point, chatted with many sheep, went through many kissing gates. It is challenging in some places, but not excessively so. Well worth it.

Free car park, walked after heavy rainfall. Good start along a stoney track gently climbing uphill. Unfortunately, just before the second bridge, the narrow path was flooded and there was a steep drop on one side. I am not confident with extremely narrow paths with a drop so was forced to turn back.

Great hike enjoyed every minute of it .

walking
3 months ago

I would recommend this walk for anyone looking for a circular route that is not too challenging. There are some fields to cross but this walk/run is largely on tarmaced country lanes and pathways set within the stunning landscapes of the Yorkshire Dales.

hiking
3 months ago

nice trail moody in parts, was able to carry baby in a baby carrier also along this walk. headed back earlier along the pennine way as ran out of time. would walk again

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