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Awesome!!!! Can’t beat the views. Good climb.

2 days ago

Very nice day hike. Very good views and awesome crevice. The stream was peaceful and trail was nice.

Walked today in a clockwise direction. Much easier that way. Beautiful views and a good path.

It was one of my my very first walk that i did. it was amazing.

6 days ago

I would consider this a more medium hike that a hard one. That being said it’s huge value for the amount of work. The views are wonderful and the path is well marked. There is a little technical foot placement on some of the down hill sections. It did rain on me (then hailed) most of the time but that’s Scotland.

7 days ago

Great view! Challenging when it rains. Enjoyed it amok! Excellent views of the city!

I combined this with a circuit around lovely Cockburns Reservoir. Fantastic views and good refurbished path most of the way up Dumyat. It was very busy and the car park at Pendriech was full when we arrived. recommend getting there very early or later in the day if you want to park.

9 days ago

Great hike, long but not too strenuous. Worth getting up early to do this one for less crowds.
Route is easy to navigate with all trails map. No toilets on route only at campsite at the start. Just a shame couldn’t see anything when we got to the top

Lovely walk. Very popular with dog walkers and cyclists.

Some unmarked path difficult to find

10 days ago

We were looking for something to get us out for a couple of hours and this seemed to fit the bill. We sat-navved the start point and four a parking space quite easily. We headed clockwise around the loop, heading up the slight sloped path past the stunning waterfall (I wish I had one in my garden) then into the fields. We are very much novices and I was concerned that we would struggle to navigate the route, but any worries went as we headed through the sheep on a path that left no doubt which way to go.
There are gentle up and downs then you get to the road section which you follow round and up to war memorial, we stopped here for a coffee that we had with us, then it’s up a little further until you take a right between some houses. Not to long then until you hit the steepest part of the walk. You head diagonally across a meadow to the top of the hill. You’re welcomed with a great view of Macclesfield to one side and Manchester in the distance to the right. You then can look to the right and se were you have been. Great views.
You can also see that if you choose not to climb the hill, you could follow the path in the valley to complete the loop.
We followed the path to white Nancy then down a steep slope. You’ll come across a path which some, like us, would wander which way to go. Go across the path down the side of the field and back into the village.
For a first timer we chose well. Very enjoyable

Really lovely walk especially the North Downs way, liked the information points, living nearby, I found out things I didn’t know about the area!

Done this a few times . Must enjoyable when it’s snowing .

on Arthur's Seat

12 days ago

great view and well worth the climb.
easy to do in less than 2 hours even with stopping for a short rest along the way.

14 days ago


beautiful trail

15 days ago

Amazing hike! I'm not an experienced, nor frequent, hiker so this was quite intense. If you do take this on I would recommend a good pair of hiking shoes and a rain jacket! The wind is also pretty crazy at the top, but the views of the city are completely worth it.

Took this on the way down after Mjners going up. Both are superb! Not overly difficult despite the “hard” rating. But you can’t beat the views on a sunny day.

Great track; phenomenal views! Would love to do it again, but alas, heading home.

Great walk, very well posted. Quite a few people on the path, very nice scenery, a mixture of fields, woodland, road, farms, golf course. Definitely would recommend it. Good elevation in the woodland, gets the cardio to work a bit. Amazing views

17 days ago

Lovely walk; did the anti-clockwise loop and found it easy enough. Very picturesque with a nice waterfall at the end.

trail running
17 days ago

Great as part of a longer walk around the capital. I walked up and ran down. Quite foggy at the top!

17 days ago

We did the route that takes you all the way round and it was awesome, my sons first walk. be carful if going to the top make sure you have a clear day it’s dangerous if the cloud comes in. Great walk.

great walk but lot's of stiles if you have dog's and the ringlestone inn has now closed down

Love this walk - stay on the path along side the river .... for the better walk .... enjoy

nature trips
18 days ago

Lovely walk, we didn’t manage to finish due to being on a tight schedule. We took our two dogs however there we’re a lot of cyclists so wouldn’t recommend for anyone with dogs who like ours, are terrified! Also a bridleway but didn’t come across any horses. We just kept the dogs on the lead, lots of nice wooded areas to take them off however just be vigilant! Will go again and finish the lap for sure! Would be great to have a dog friendly option on the app

An absolute gem! Only 2 miles from town center but miles away from the crowds. Forest hike with expansive views at old fort. Paths easy to follow. Highly recommend.

We went in late August, whether was fair enough but Lakes District is very busy and this trail had the feel of a motorway at times. Pretty, easy trail along the river to Skelwith Force and Bridge, there’s a cafe, shops and galleries. The flat part along the river was accessible for everyone, several road crossings, in fact much of the walk was accessible by car but the tarn is in a lovely setting and both Elterwater and Skelwith offer food/drink options. But if you’re looking for an adventure away from the crowds this isn’t it.

A great experience!! A challenging climb for me as a I’m nit the fittest but it was gray fun.

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