Utterly timeless: a beautiful walk through a steep sided valley/ravine, lush with verdant trees clinging to its banks. This really was a very pleasurable day indeed, and something I'd been meaning to do for a long time. We drove down via stop-offs in Buxton and Arbor Low and parked at the northern end of the valley at the sublime Milldale. A beautiful dingly dell of a place with great scenery and the only noise coming from the river and birdsong, perfect! We then walked across the pack horse bridge and the ~3 miles south to the car park at the other end of the valley, stopping for lunch on the way, and to explore our surroundings, caves, the stunning views, the tranquility (it was a weekday before the summer break), the wildlife, the flora, and of course those stepping stones. Before returning northward back to beautiful Milldale and hence home. Highly recommended!
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