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4 days ago

Amazing walk. Beautiful surrondings. :)

Half of the way was on a road without any foodpath.

Did today in snow and thick mist. Winter wonderland! couldn't have found our way around without the map and gps. Route very accurate.

lovely walk with the children and dog.

Great walk to view British Isle history. Bath Abbey is a great stopping point.

Done this trail today was incredible and got a lot of good footage on the route

lovely walk and scenery

A brilliant place for a days walk, plenty of stunning scenery and lovely little village.

not for the faint

It’s actually 192 miles. It’s an amazing journey.

1 month ago

Great views, pathways are mostly in good condition. One section was very muddy (January) and required wellies! But will be a great walk when dry. Our dog really enjoyed it, but need to be aware of horse riders, mountain bikers and joggers who all share the paths.

Great hike! Unfortunately it was a cloudy misty day and views at top were limited.

Bleaklow is a wild and desolate plateau in the Dark Peak. Never ending peat hags and groughs create an often unwelcoming environment but it can also be a beautiful and peaceful place if you walk it on the right day. Clear winter days when the ground is frozen or warm summers days when the ground is tinder dry. Those who enjoy the wilder places on their own will thrive on Bleaklow. The gritstone tors of the Wain Stones and Hern Stones provide not only something to see but are also great navigational tools. The wreckage of the B-29 Boing Superfortress on Higher Shelf Stones is another fascinating and thought provoking feature. This walk is not the longest in the Peak District but is by far one of the hardest due to the pathless, wild and often unforgiving terrain. Navigation skills, map and compass are all vital, as are knowing how to use them. Despite the dark reputation of Bleaklow, it is a unique place that can provide a very different and satisfying days walk, but care and preparations are vital in bad or changeable weather.

2 months ago

Walking with two dogs and two kids
(11 and 9) took an hour to get to the cairn and an hour back down. Steep in short places and flat inbetween. A good beginners walk

2 months ago

nice easy walk, perfect for dogs

A beautiful place to explore, numerous waterfalls, big and small. Access to the river at several points so kids and dogs can have a paddle. There is a kiosk near the main waterfall, Thornton Force, and the area gets extremely busy on hot sunny days. very popular walk, highly recommended. Look out for the money trees!

Lovely walk. Quite a popular trail!

Just beautiful!!

Beautiful countryside walk. Parts of trail nearly impassable after recent rain.

Excellent walk. Be careful walking in days after rain.

4 months ago

Lovely walk around Buttermere. Waterfall. Easy trail. Did this walk the day before walking to Haystacks.

4 months ago

Beautiful forest! Stunning natural heath with free roaming ponys. Hiked the White Moor section.

Excellent marshland walk and St. Mary’s was a hidden gem. Easy to get off trail though once off sea wall, so care required.

Rather easy walk, beautiful scenery. We walked mainly in the rain so there was a lot of mud and even a stream on some parts of the route.

5 months ago

No parking at Beltring, so we parked at Yalding and walked in reverse.
Trail is on a very dangerous road initially near Beltring. We avoided this by simply turning around and going back to Yalding.

5 months ago

Poorly marked and limited instruction. On the day of the walk, another family was using the same or similar app and were also trying to crack the code of where to next. The trail just disappears in a couple of places.

Great circular walk over varying terrains.

A lovely walk with some slopes and steps, but all lovely scenery. You have to pay to walk it as it's private property (£15 for a family ticket), but parking is included.

6 months ago

Start & end are lovely, mid section across the top a little bleak on a bad day! Also point 4 to 5 was a little tricky as the arrow was not obvious. Stile was in the top corner. Had to cross reference on Google maps. Great pub choices afterwards ;) Child friendly with active 4 & 7 year olds

Fantastic hike to see a more remote part of the Lake District mountains and scale the peak of England. Be prepared for very rocky terrain and plan more time in your hike. It was cloudy and difficult to scale that last part to the peak. On the way back you will get to a turnoff that goes up (see arrow on rock). It is a bit challenging for a moment, but provides better views on the way back. This hike was way more tiring that a similar distance hike we did to The Old Man Coniston but well worth it for the views, the feeling of having the mountain to yourself, various creeks, and solitude.

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