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All reviews stepping stones national trust car park the river gibson mill lovely walk walking boots main path beautiful woodland woodland walk red route an easy walk picnic area parking fee lovely cafe nt members dog walkers
Had a lovely day here. It’s not too challenging for most walkers but there’s a number of types of path so it’s good for most age and ability. The natural landscape is stunning and paths all clear and well marked. The picnic area is poor...More
I have been to Hardcastle Crags on a few ocassions over the years and it is such a peaceful and uplifting place to be.
It truly is a location of beauty in all seasons. My first visit was in mid winter and it was spectacular...More
Had a great day walking here. The area is simply stunning. We took our 2 small dogs and they loved it too! There is so many beautiful area's to see. The views are wonderful. Some of the path area's are harder than others but take...More
Really enjoyed the walk, we took the green route. I found the uneven ground quite hard work but it was worth it as it got better. There are lots of other routes which we may try another time. There is a lack of dog poo...More
Our 1st visit, Sunday 30th Sept, the drive from Hebden Bridge was a bit hair raising due to the very narrow lane where you have to squeeze past other cars ! But my husband managed it. Parking was a bit difficult, the Midgehole Rd car...More
Beautiful walks of different difficulty. Even the more “strenuous” walks are not difficult if your half fit and able and have a good pair of boots on. The railway walk past the mill is definitely worth doing. Dogs can off the lead the whole way...More
Not really. You could walk along the road from the car park to the old mill. It’s only used by the occasional vehicle to deliver stuff to the mill and (I think) for disabled parking at the mill itself. Not a bad route but... More
Not really. You could walk along the road from the car park to the old mill. It’s only used by the occasional vehicle to deliver stuff to the mill and (I think) for disabled parking at the mill itself. Not a bad route but you would miss the path that meanders next to the river and through the woods. If your “pram” is one of those all-terrain buggy things, you’d be ok, but 5ere are big rock steps and steep bits.