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You cannot visit this site without marvelling at the location and the 360 degree views.
It’s not a mystery why this site was seen as magical but of course it’s a mystery why exactly the circle was built. That is until sunset when we visited...More
We have done this walk many times and consider it to be one of the best in the Keswick area. The climb is gradual and the views from the stone circle are magical. There is a nice easy walk back and you return by the...More
The site has limited parking, and an ice-cream truck has guidebooks. Beware of the plentiful piles of excrement, the place was a real minefield.
I can find enjoyment from many historic locals, but this place didn't do much for me. The signs for it were...More
In short - It’s a magical and beautiful place that everyone should note on their itinerary when in the lakes. Please see pics attached - but words and photos don’t do it justice!
If you don’t drive - the bus (x4/5, 555) takes you to...More
It leaves one somewhat in awe of what mystical purpose it may have served. Why have a stoney inner circle, was it a pulpit or should we be thinking more along the lines of that film with Dan Akroyd & Tom Hanks? Nice views all...More
Perhaps it's not as spectacular as Stonehenge as these are only rough stones with no attempt made to shape them. But I think they are all the better for that. Obviously man made, but why? It's the setting with the hills around that make it...More
We spent quite a while here, soaking up the atmosphere. If you are into this kind of spirituality, it's a great site for that. If you like the historical aspect, ditto. The parking is on the side of the road and it can get muddy,...More