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I won't lie, it was very windy but great views. So many rocks to wander amongst. The dog had a great time running around them all. We walked there via Whirlaw Common, but seemed like you could just park by these stones, would make a...More
Fantastic views, worth a visit. Just be careful with children and keep a close eye as it can be very uneven flooring.
If wet can be muddy and slippy. But so worth a visit.
There isn't a car park but a lay by you can...More
High above Todmorden to the north is a classic open moorland walk to the Bride Stones, iconic natural gritstone rock outcrops weathered into weird upstanding stones with evocative shapes and names. The best individual standing stone perched on a narrow precarious pedestal is known as...More