Had a great walk around here on a Sunday. Did feel a little disappointed as the wooden bridge was closed, I assume for refurbishment, and various other areas were blocked off, but we still enjoyed the walk. Torches essential for the caves, and sturdy shoes as some of the steps and slopes look like they could be pretty hairy in flipflops!
Watched some parents struggle to stoop low enough to carry toddlers through the caves in backpacks, and have no idea how they balanced down some of the steps! Looked great for older children, and we found it great exercise if nothing else! Took us about 90 minutes to get to the top, with interesting stops all the way and great views, the way down less exciting though.
Would recommend to friends, and for them to take a picnic, but probably not go again ourselves.
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