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Absolutely beautiful place! Me and my partner walked down the trail by the stream than on to the dam at the bottom. It was a gorgeous walk, with amazing scenery. Enjoyable for everyone, couples, families and suitable for the little fury ones too.
Had a fantastic morning out, children loved "exploring" ,climbing up the rocks, walking over little wooden bridges and at the end of our walk paddling in the river and doing stepping stones. We had an 11 and 4 year old and a 7 month baby...More
A good walk for lots of muddle puddle jumping, quite bumpy paths though so wouldn't recommend to someone with a pram or wheelchair. Not a great deal to do in terms of entertainment for the children but we took a tube of bubbles which made...More
Lovely and varied countryside for walking. With streams, hillsides, woods, Moore and a reservoir. Love the stepping stones across the stream near Fox Baby, and the sweeping wooded hills around the reservoir. Had a walk and picnic here on Christmas Day, before going back to...More
“The mud is very oozy” warned our four-year-old granddaughter as five of us prepared to set off for an afternoon walk through the woods and up the stream in the nature reserve. I began to wish I’d brought some more substantial boots, rather than the...More
The Wyming brook circuit in the Wyming Brook Nature Reserve ( part of the Peak District National Park) takes you along the Wyming brook which is very pretty. The track itself is uphill and irregular under foot but is not steep or physically demanding. Once...More