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Beautiful walk . dogs must be kept on leads .

Beautiful hike, which is actually only 6 miles. you can also cut through some pastures, walking amongst the sheep.

lovely sea view walk . also a nice lake walk on way back . reef rock is a dog friendly bistro , nice for a stop and a bite to eat . I walked from Barton On Sea ... approx 12kms.

Amazing trail with information on the tall trees. lots of other trails to follow for a longer new forest walk

4 days ago

Great views. Fully charge the camera batteries, you’ll need it.

Good walk, good views - you can see for miles, Luds "Church" interesting, walk can be muddy. Busy on summer weekends.

loved every second of it from start to finish truly is hard but what a day out will defo be back again

9 days ago

Nice hike. Beautiful place. It rained and sounded amazing walking through the trees.

10 days ago

good trail, easy, nothing steep.

A definite challenge! Rated as moderate but some of the climbs were harsh! Beautiful scenery, we almost missed kits Coty but glad we found it before we walked right past! The end stretch along a main road is disappointing but we managed a short divert through woodland to take away the traffic and noise!

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13 days ago

great place to run, walk or cycle, cafe at Hassop station and lots to do in Bakewell

Lovely hike, doesn't take too long to complete. This is the first of the Yorkshire three peaks for me. I hope to do the others soon! We had a lovely clear day and could even see the Lake District from the top! Very steep decent though, would be tricky when wet.

14 days ago

Nice easy walk pretty much flat the whole way except for the golf course

A really nice day out. Bring plenty of water though on a hot day. Extending the loop round to Hay Stacks makes for a more strenuous, but satisfying day.

A nice route for a good summer’s day. Anti-clockwise will give the least resistance against the crowds.

A nice day out. Can be overcrowded and dull at times as a result. Drones are becoming an issue at the Tarn.

To avoid the crowds a scramble up the Ghyll next to the path goes with little difficulty but a good day in a dry spell is a must on top of the usual need for good scrambling experience. A nip up Jack’s Rake will bring you back to the crowds but is relatively simple for the amount of exposure it brings (Note: this is also a rock climbing location. Climbers can drop/knock down rocks as the climb. They will also get very angry if you crowd them doing their rope work or if you cross their ropes - this is rather dangerous and really shouldn’t need saying...sadly it does).

A pretty part of the world and if you have 2 cars a great single day outing.

Far more fun is to try and stay high for longer though - traversing High Street and Harter Fell gives nicer views and more enjoyment for not too much more effort. You can come back through Swindale and Keld or Mosedale and over the Shap Fells down to Keld again.

As a day hike it’s better in reverse.

Of note: there has been a lot of talk about seeing the village of Mardale this year. You haven’t, but a couple of tracks outside the village have been uncovered by the low water, but the village itself hasn’t been seen for a good 15-20yr. This had made for some awful traffic down the side of Haweswater and difficult parking: all the more reason to stay high and avoid the valley.

Great walk, we did it on a sunny and dry day. Beautiful views.

Amazing quite long 30 miles but good route all round make sure you eat before hand

19 days ago

tough treck, very deceiving route with some tough scrambles and rocky terrain, prepare for blisters if your not used to walking

it was brilliant

20 days ago

One of my regular walks. Quite quiet especially early morning or late evening

Definitely easy, as described. A group of 4 adults and a child on a bike decided to embark on this after a full day at work. The resulting sunset was amazing over the downs and we discovered lots of natural beauty that we never knew was there, it’s amazing what you see when you leave your car behind! The Kent countryside is stunning!

Some lovely old Beech and Yew trees dotted around Sister wood. Lots of small birds,I even saw a deer with 2 cubs feom a distance! Relaxing and quiet, nice views. Shame about the roads all in ear shot, Sister wood was the most peaceful.

Loved all of it. Tranquil.

24 days ago

lovely view at the top worth the wee climb!

Amazing hike completed in 6 hours, hiking 12 miles, tough terrain but worth the challenge.

Just fine. Quite flat, cute stream in part of the trail for kids to play. Forestry walk in the woods that looks fine. Well indicated path. Not amazing views or something really out of the expectations.

Easy 10km, though a little confusing along the shore - it was high tide at the time and seemed like there wasn’t going to be a path all the way around but I’m glad I chanced it as it was mostly fine. You do have to climb over some tree trunks along the shore but it’s such a beautiful spot that it was well worth it. Also the last turn off from the road to the field was pretty hard to spot due to overgrowth, it was mostly just a hole in the bushes that you have to climb through.

A good hike but I’d grade it as moderate to hard, for a couple of sections in particular - it’s a tough-ish scramble up the river valley to get up onto the plateau at the start and once up there some of the route over the top can be very boggy and without much in the way of a visible path. Still worth it for some great views, waterfalls and wildlife though. Allow 4-5 hours.

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