The owners of this site are thoroughly into the amazing archaeology of the area and freely give plenty of information, both on paper and chatting. They love to share what they have and what they know. We did the full walk, sometimes I thought I'd lost the path but it was always near. Some of the markers had faded a lot, or worn. The tracks go over rocks, around and through. There are plenty of small bridges and part of the path they had to make to join it all together. I was mostly interested in the rocks: They are not particularly big but are strangely marked in way you would more associate with sandstone.
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