We took a spontaneous trip to this country walk today. The area is marked as a SSSI (Site of Scientific Special Interest) and it does not fail to impress. The walks are of varying degrees of difficulty, with a number of steep hills and inclines. Make sure you have a good set of walking shoes on. The walks are predominantly a loop, so decide which side to start on and away you go. It probably takes a good couple of hours to do the shortest walk. With the River Allen running through it, the area is just beautiful. The site is free but there is pay and display parking - free for National Trust members.
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