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17 days ago

Beautiful and difficult hike. I believe I took a different trail that still led up to the top of Helvellyn. Great views along majority of the hike. I was in a group of 12, and it took us about 8 hours from start to finish.

Steep inclines, but enjoyable. Bring change for parking. Great summer food and ice cream stand as well as public facilities.

Great day and a great hike!! We research this place as a detour as we head up North to the Lake District national park. Cool little town where you start and finish. Great for a cold drink at the end of your day. We took the Lose Hill/Holland Cross route to Mam Tor then an abbreviated route back to Castleton. Would have given 5 stars but no water and that is a critical part of my rating scale.
Beautiful views. Definitely worth the trip.

hiking
28 days ago

Nice family walk, cool Bowes from the hill and Nice stones on the incline. Very windy but fun! Nice place to grab a sandwich and coffee at the bottom of the road.

1 month ago

Lovely ramble for a summer afternoon. No facilities outside of Goodnestone.

Easy walk. Memorable sites.

We wanted something for the whole family, and this hike had it all. The Heathersage Moor was delightful with the ferns, cotton grass, flowers, and slightly damp soils. We walked up to Carl Wark, which is an old (iron age?) fort. Then up to Higgor Tor, where the winds were blowing and had great views. Next you walk up to Upper Burbage to cross under the bridges then back along the Burbage Rocks. If you look at the rocks you can see thousands of bullet holes from the Army training drills from WWII. I think everyone was happy with this hike.

hiking
1 month ago

Very nice hike, at times a little rough with ankle biting rocks, but very manageable. I went up towards Great Gable and decided that I had enough time to climb that one as well. It was a bit extra at 1500 feet to 2800 feet, and back down again, but I did have all day. Then went around the back side of Scafell Pike (although the corridor route looked like a good way to go). I lucked out and had a day with great views, and greatly enjoyed the high point of England. Coming back down along the route in this map was quite beautiful, with creek flowing, and all the sheep nearby made my day something unique for this American!

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