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Well wooded, splendidly secenic countryside, rich in wildlife. I think it one of the most beautiful valleys in England. Alton Towers them park, with its rather 'in your face' entertainment, is only a cuple of miles away but Dimmingsdale is a completely different world. The...More
Great walk for getting in touch with nature in all its glory. Started off from the free car park next to the Rambler's Rest (worth a visit in its own right). Download walk guide from the interweb as the signage is not great & their...More
Went here at the weekend for a walk, a lovely walk amongst all the trees and greenery, some lovely areas for a picnic and some fantastic views from the top, if your eyesight is good you can see Alton towers in the distance.
We both love this place , as it holds so many happy child hood memories for us both.
The woods are just beautiful , and there are so many walks that you can do .
Parking is free , Just be careful along the narrow...More
Went today and loved it, nice and flat for walk beautiful lake, was well worth a visit, our dog really enjoyed it and there’s a pub in the car park called ramblers Retreat were you can get food and drink.
My young family and I went for a wonderful walk here on a beautiful Sunday afternoon. The woods offer a range of walks- I have a 3 year old and 20 months and both were able to cope with the easy walk but there were...More
It's difficult to think of anywhere else in the UK that's more enchanting with beautiful woodland paths alongside a running stream feeding lakes. It's difficult to imagine what it would have looked like at the start of the industrial revolution when the smelters and mills...More