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Just 600 yards from car park through woodland. Steps up to top of stone which makes it interesting. However, I thought you would be able to sit on top of stone, but there is not much room at top of steps. Before you go ,...More
Our son loves quirks of nature like this (as do we!) so we made sure to make time for this and few other stops, after a day at Derwentwater. Visiting early evening also affords the added bonus of driving in the opposite direction to the...More
I read on the National Trust website that there was a wheelchair path to the stone and that there was a path from the north and another from the south. We were unable to find the path from the south at all but the path...More
15 minute walk from the car park so suitable for little legs although little legs will need careful supervision if you are going to go up the ladder as there isn't a lot of room and no barriers (which to be fair would spoil it).
This is only a short walk from a roadside car park, took us about ten minutes each way. The parking is steep at £4 but free if your a national trust member. Be careful with young kids, don't let them go up by themselves, there...More
Walked here from Low Briery on the edge of Keswick and took us a couple of hours to get here. Was a dry day and walked along the edge of derwent water on the way down. The attraction itself isn't amazing but it's worth seeing...More