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Les Roches Du Diable

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Cal S wrote a review Aug. 2019
Wombourne, United Kingdom46 contributions28 helpful votes
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What a beautiful place so peaceful and a beautiful walk along the river. Our family thoroughly enjoyed it
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Date of experience: August 2019
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Steve Lewis wrote a review Aug. 2018
Washington DC, District of Columbia950 contributions252 helpful votes
The area is stunning with the forest and the rapids. You have to walk a bit to see the river. Few kayak races are organized and the place can be very crowded. The place is literally called “devil rock”. You can see or imagine to see the footprint of the evil in one rock.
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Date of experience: August 2018
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Rohan H wrote a review Aug. 2017
Bangor, United Kingdom85 contributions43 helpful votes
The huge boulders (the "Devil's rocks") and rocky scenery along this section of river make it worth visiting for a couple of hours or so. There's 'rough' paths and steps down through the trees from the road (500m approx) and the free car park. Very good scenery for photography and we got very absorbed watching the damsel and dragon flies skimming across the river. Worth noting that swimming is strictly forbidden, so don't expect to go there to cool off on a hot day. Would have been even better if the paths and this stretch of river were part of a larger circular walking route as the 'featured' stretch of river is actually fairly short and runs through more 'tamed' farmland above and below this area.
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Date of experience: August 2017
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