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A stroll through Buxton Country park from Poole's Cavern leads to the summit of Grin Low at 1440' altitude and the Victorian viewing tower of Solomon's Temple.Built in 1896 the 20' tower with spiral stairs give a magnificent platform to view the...more
All reviews lovely walk car park poole's cavern worth the climb fantastic views worth the effort spiral staircase hill top surrounding area steady climb steep walk walking boots caravan club site country park dog walkers information boards peak district
Staying on nearby caravan site accessible from site , public car park at the bottom of slope .
Incline up to field challenging if you have mobility problems and gates / stiles in places uneven walking . Grazing cows and sheep
So dogs on leads...More
Enjoyable walk to the top up to Solomon's Temple where we found a spot to sit and eat picnic lunch on a sunny day. Great views over Buxton and the surrounding countryside. A great way to spend a few hours for a family walk getting...More
An enjoyable climb up through the wood to Solomon's Temple. We met a number of other friendly dogs ... all of whom seemed to be enjoying the walk. A sit down and drink at the cafe by the Country Park's car park completed a rewarding...More
We stopped in Chapel-en-le-Firth for a night away and decided to take a little trip up Solomon's Temple. There isn't much to do, but, when you come away to a beautiful place like this you can't not take in a bit of nature.
The walk up from Buxton will take you through scenic woods and across grazing land (full of cattle on the days I went). A climb to the top of the folly affords very nice views of the surrounding countryside. Depending on your route, you may...More