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I initially thought this well hidden gem was somehow ancient. It isn't but nevertheless is dramatic and atmospheric. I can't emphasize enough though how dangerous some sections are for small excited children thinking they at the tombs of a ancient Druid. There are some terrifying...More
We loved It here, a really lovely place to visit but be warned if you are not keen on walking or hills then this is not the place for you. There is so much too explore here just wish we would of had more time...More
only done part of the walk as we didnt have a lot of time with being in Birchover for just a few days and wanted to do other things , but it had lovely views but had to be careful as it is steep in...More
This place is magical, lots of caves to explore and the views are just amazing!
Some tricky bits to climb up for adventurous people which is really fun.
Definitely take a torch some parts of the caves are quite dark!
I can't describe the fun I had here but I'll try! At 31 years old and quiet possibly the grumpiest I've been in my life I didn't think I'd be able to have fun like this with such simple things. Cave, rocks, holes and views!...More
As a birchover lad i must say the druid caves and rocks are well worth a visit explore the devils hole the needle the 3 thrones all carved out of the natural rock great day out then explore the village and Stanton Moor the Earl...More
Entry behind the Druid Inn, amazing rocks which are partly natural and partly carved by man.
A man lived a hermit-like existence here and carved out the rocks.
Lots of interesting easy climbing and caving. Also lots of shear drops, so not suitable for...More
This is a very interesting place, there are carved steps and caves all over the place, even seats carved into the stone, be careful though, there are some steep drops, and if you have children, keep hold of their hands
If you are in the area, then check this place out, park up out the pub and walk around the back of the building and you will see the start of a trail leading up to the rocks. Really amazing bit of history to explore,...More