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Arrived in Birchover & had lunch at The Druids Inn ( recommended). Started the walk uphill & across the moor. The instructions we had were a bit vague but keep walking up the hill opposite the pub & past the cork stone. You will eventually...More
Took the wife for an evening stroll to explore the Nini Ladies Stone Circle to the West of Matlck.
Long climb up from the car park (on the east side) past the abandoned quarries, but worth the efforts and time taken to find it -...More
It took some looking to find this circle as there is very little in the way of signage and the parking is minimal bar a smudge off tot he side of a road. The track to it takes you through farmland, through some woods where...More
We always walk up to Stanton Moor when we camp at nearby Birchover. It's a gorgeous spot and the Stone Circle is a bonus. A bit smaller than Stonehenge (!) but worth a visit for the lovely surroundings.
This place is still special. But it is heavily visited & it shows. I do wish people would treat places with respect & leave no foot print...fire pits, drinks cans or offerings. The large quarry is a contrast of mans destruction of the natural environment...More
What was once a celebration twice a year, has been turned into a week long rave, with people turning up with no interest in the stones, just getting stoned and leaving all their rubbish behind human waste and used toilet paper, it's illegal to light...More