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All reviews spectacular scenery peak district mam tor drove down sat nav hill side speedwell cavern both sides stunning location castleton area sunny day worth a visit blue john great walk car park sheep gorge
One of my favourite places to walk in the Peak District. I always start the walk from Castleton. You can either walk along side the road and follow it down to Edale great views easy walk. Or you can walk down the road for 10...More
What a stunning place, it really is a site to see! The mountains are absolutely huge and a really good walk to do! You can walk all the way up one side of the hill and then along the top of it and all the...More
Visited here today with my husband, 7 year old and 3 month old son. Quite steep in some places so not for the faint of heart of very unfit, though there is a flat path you can travel alongside the road with. Absolutely breath taking,...More
A limestone gorge on the outskirts of the small village of Castleton.....breathtaking scenery and a must stop for all lovers of the Peak District.
Our friends who are locals told that they only came across this amazing pass on a cut through sent by the...More
No trip to the Castleton area would be complete without walking through Winnat's Pass. Driving through just doesn't give you the same experience. The walk is fairly easy downwards towards Speedwell Cavern, but tough on the way back. Well worth it though just to see...More
Drive Up it,
Cycle down it,
Walk around it,
Cave underneath it,
Photograph from the hill sides,
Paraglide above it.
Winnats Pass is versatile and stunningly beautiful
See the attached photos, then visit
Drove down to the Winnats pass , fantastic views , superb location and beautiful scenery both sides. Small and modern roads , not recommended for big vehicles or towing. Better to park the caravan somewhere down and hike ( there is a paid parking area...More
What a sight when up on the ridge. The views over Edale from the path to Chinley & Chapel en le Frith are simply breathtaking. You need to have good mobility & we had a warm but hazy day to take photographs & admire the...More
The really spectacular scenery in the Peak district. Lovely but smells sheep will always be there. A little bit too steep to climb the hills, need to avoid touching stinging nettles which are everywhere.