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Just wonderful

Visited here today with my husband, 7 year old and 3 month old son. Quite steep in some places so... read more

Reviewed 2 weeks ago
Heather C
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A beautiful sight to behold..............

A limestone gorge on the outskirts of the small village of Castleton.....breathtaking scenery and a... read more

Reviewed 23 August 2018
venicefish
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Reviewed 2 weeks ago via mobile

Visited here today with my husband, 7 year old and 3 month old son. Quite steep in some places so not for the faint of heart of very unfit, though there is a flat path you can travel alongside the road with. Absolutely breath taking,...More

Thank Heather C
Reviewed 23 August 2018

A limestone gorge on the outskirts of the small village of Castleton.....breathtaking scenery and a must stop for all lovers of the Peak District. Our friends who are locals told that they only came across this amazing pass on a cut through sent by the...More

2  Thank venicefish
Reviewed 20 August 2018

No trip to the Castleton area would be complete without walking through Winnat's Pass. Driving through just doesn't give you the same experience. The walk is fairly easy downwards towards Speedwell Cavern, but tough on the way back. Well worth it though just to see...More

Thank TigerTattoo97
Reviewed 17 August 2018

We drove down the pass to Castleton and it was amazing. The views on a sunny day are second to none and it was lovely to have the sheep right next to the road free to go anywhere they liked!

Thank Travelling_Choconut
Reviewed 12 July 2018

Drive Up it, Cycle down it, Walk around it, Cave underneath it, Photograph from the hill sides, Paraglide above it. Winnats Pass is versatile and stunningly beautiful See the attached photos, then visit

Thank Lathkill
Reviewed 2 July 2018 via mobile

Drove down to the Winnats pass , fantastic views , superb location and beautiful scenery both sides. Small and modern roads , not recommended for big vehicles or towing. Better to park the caravan somewhere down and hike ( there is a paid parking area...More

Thank pirajeeth
Reviewed 1 June 2018

What a sight when up on the ridge. The views over Edale from the path to Chinley & Chapel en le Frith are simply breathtaking. You need to have good mobility & we had a warm but hazy day to take photographs & admire the...More

1  Thank Alan A
Reviewed 23 May 2018

The really spectacular scenery in the Peak district. Lovely but smells sheep will always be there. A little bit too steep to climb the hills, need to avoid touching stinging nettles which are everywhere.

1  Thank jbkuranus
Reviewed 18 May 2018

For anyone travelling in the Hope Valley in Derbyshire’s High Peak region, Winnats Pass is a must see. Situated between the tiny village of Sparrowpit and the much larger town of Castleton (famed for it's 'Blue John'), Winnats Pass acts as a link between the...More

1  Thank Christopher D
Reviewed 28 April 2018

Driving east out of Castleton, the 'modern' road is cut through Winnat's pass. Built after the old Mam Tor road slipped down the hill side for the last time. I'd driven down through the pass approx. 10 years ago, but this was the first time...More

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Response from Heather C | Reviewed this property |
Through the pass it’s about a 3 minute drive.
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