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1 day ago

just beautiful

had a nice sunny day. took the dog.
the walk was great and the views from the top were fantastic. make sure you take a waterproof because the weather can be very changeable at the top. all in all a fun walk and one very tired dog.

Very nice wieves.

Lovely view on good weather.

Nice view but not an easy hiking. Weather changing so fast so better be ready.

Fantastic hike, agree with prior comments that locating the trail in poor visibility is tough.

very short but good for an evening after work to see the tree and the local deer

3 days ago

Fabulous walk and views

Did this brother in law his daughter and her friend brilliant adventure and raised money for a charity on the 12 August did rock climb

Beautiful walk. Amazing scenery

3 days ago

Beautiful walk... The Three Mariners was a welcome site at the end...

Great walk, awesome views and lake at the summit!

3 days ago

steep climb to the top whuch is well worth it just for the amazing view.

This is a relatively easy and pleasant walk that includes open views and short wooded areas. The pathway is predominately tarmac although you can choose to walk on short grass at many parts. It is used for walking, running and cycling. Most users are spatially aware and considerate but it can be busy on dry weekends.
You can choose a variety of alternative paths, mostly woodland, that increases the rise and fall and difficulty level.

3 days ago

Great day out with family, even grandson did well , good maps well clear of tracks , will do it again even me been sixty

4 days ago

Great view at the top. Steep climb for the last 30 minutes of summit.

My favourite place


Pretty little Village. Walk starts off opposite a pub with stream and wide open space, follows along into woodland trail.

This is a really nice walk in the Peaks. Depending on fitness of course, some tough(ish) inclines up Jacob's Ladder up to Kinder Scout, then a nice casual decent. This exact trail, half way through, takes you off the official path and across some often boggy undulating moor. Personally I'd suggest sticking to the path.

crowded at first, but once you get through the first part of the trail it not as bad. very beautiful, do CCW. Seems to be much easier going down the muddy steep incline. First half is going around the rock cliffs, second half is ridge walking on the table part and then ends with the steep muddy incline where you see people going up and down. lots of bugs and cattle

did our own path, so many trails and places to explore. very beautiful. need to go early before 9 am, crowds start gathering after 10.

very crowded. can get muddy but worth the views. be careful of rock slides. we heard rocks falling from the big rock face cliff, of course people shouting wasn't helping.

did the entire loop. beautiful views

Better to go CCW. CW will put you going down the steep way. Some rock scramble. Easy enough for me with a bad knee. Beautiful views, worth the effort.

Honestly was a little disappointed with the Fairy Pools. Yes, the little waterfalls are pretty, but I was expecting to find these during a little forest hike. It's literally an open field, crawling with people.

Really enjoyed this hike. I love that their are lots of different trails so that you can see Oldman Storr from different view points. You can also wonder off the trails and do your own thing. We wondered far enough away from the others visiting Storr so that we could take our drone out. It's absolutely beautiful here. We arrived at about 1pm and the parking lot was full, but to be fair that parking lot holds maybe 10 cars. So people were parking along the road. There were also quite a few people there when we arrived, but once you get further up the path, people go their own way and it feels like you're the only one there.

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