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It's a beautiful location but not obvious where to start. Head through the white gate and then there are a lot of steps to start but then it's easy. There was a sweet little waterfall

Very nice walk and lovely lake to look at and dogs to play in. Shame about the £1.80 parking fee but are side streets nearby to park for free.

Lovely route, definitely harder than moderate though that’s for sure! Lots of stairs and inclines, but beautiful none the less! Enjoyed the cows too!

This is a lovely meandering walk, has a couple of inclines to get up but nothing strenuous. Had lovely views of Huggate and surrounding area. Excellent directions, did t get lost once !

Nice walk, with good views of Rivington Pike and Pennine Moors, whilst on the south side of the Flash.

Not a bad walk up. It slowly builds in difficulty until it peaks at Sharps Edge. Pub at the bottom

hiking
1 day ago

this is a trail packed with wildlife. geese , gray squirrel, ducks and more. very easy walking and very pleasant. I gave this trail only 2 stars because a large section is on a windy narrow road. this road is very dangerous and definitely not suitable for groups or children.

Lovely walk but a bit too much 'town' for me.

Fine

It was ok. Positives it was quiet. Negatives would have preferred a bit less tarmac en route.

Beautiful sea views. Some steep and rocky stairsteps. Moderate fitness required. Worth the effort.

First half is definitely more fun but plenty of views and quite gentle despite the elevation

If it wasn’t so nettley and the signs a little clearer it’d have been a lovely walk.

hiking
1 day ago

It was an easy walk ... lots to see ... The walk up the drive way to calke abbey seemed to go on for miles ... it was about 2.5 miles .. Got a bit lost and had to double back but eventually we made it back to the car ....

mountain biking
1 day ago

As there is a cycle hire shop there we had a few bikes and went on a cycle around the reservoir ... it didnt take too long either ... stopped off at the cafe for coffee and sausage rolls .... Easy to cycle as its fairly flat ..

Absolutely great walk. Beast for a hill at the start but the views are so worth it. I always take my dogs with me and I had no trouble getting them round through the gates. The obly downfall is the last third of the walk if you have your dog with you. I had to hoist my German Shepherd over several of the fence crossings as there was nowhere for them to get through. At the very last part of the walk where the track appears to go on the road and then back off again, stick to the road! You will get stuck at the bottom of the field and have to turn back! My four and six year old children really enjoyed this walk. So many baby lambs!

Lovely walk good views and different terrain. The pub is open only 11.30-14.30 during the day. Dog friendly although there is no water so will need to take some with you for yourself and any four legged friends.

2 days ago

great walk in the countryside.

What a beautiful walk. Directions were great and easy to follow. Didn't feel lost once.

hiking
no shade
rocky
scramble
2 days ago

An easy walk to enjoy the canal boats and many cafe’s and markets along the way. Very enjoyable.

Good hike. Very boggy and muddy even in May so not one for winter. The route here tries to take you off the main path. DO NOT stray from the path. Quite irresponsible to publish a route that does so. One for more experienced ramblers. It’s more like 15km and there’s a strong descent on slippy grass.

walking
muddy
2 days ago

Dogs on the lead at certain times in the year as they have Sheep and Cows grazing. Nice short walk though to blow the cobwebs out and there are tea rooms and cafes in the village at the end.

Great walk today + I added an extra 2 miles on at the end

A local walk for me, great views from the top of farley hill.

A great walk for people of all ages. Look out for the grindstones below as you walk past stanage edge.

Nice walk...sports arena car park shuts about 10pm during term time, no idea afterwards. This goes through a golf course so care is needed. Also goes through a field of rather aggressive cows.

While the bay that hosts Penzance and Marazion is very beautiful, there is a lot of industry, traffic and trains, so the walk from Penzance is not that pleasant. It’s been spoilt. Best stick to the beach. At low tide you can walk across the causeway from Marazion to St Micheal’s Mount. A good time to go is as the tide is going out. Walk in bare feet along huge cold granite slabs. As the receding water swishes around your feet it’s a lovely experience, cool and refreshing, with the water glistening on the granite. Check out the Mount (££) and walk back while the tide is still out or take a little boat. Marazion is a little Cornish village that’s not trying to pretend to be anything that it’s not. Penzance is a great location to base a Cornish holiday. Very central. Trains to London. Good youth hostel at Castle Horneck.

Head to St Nectans Kieve for a walk through oak woods and walled fields to a place of Cornish cultural heritage and pilgrimage. There’s a tea room at the end, inside a leafy glen with a waterfall and dozens of small piles of rocks placed there as part of a wish for healing or recognition of ancient countryside magic. This place is hard to pin down as to what it is exactly. Leave your cynicism at home. Recommended for those days when it’s too stormy or windy for the cliffs. Ideal if you are staying at Tintagel youth hostel.

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