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Wet and windy

The walk was a good challenge in a good way for my girlfriend and I. The weather on the plateau... read more

Reviewed 2 weeks ago
Michael V
via mobile
Amazing views, great walks!

Kinder Scout is just one of those places you must go if you like the outdoors. No matter what... read more

Reviewed 3 weeks ago
Kev_235
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Ilkeston, United Kingdom
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“jacobs ladder” (27 reviews)
“pennine way” (22 reviews)
“trig point” (6 reviews)
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Peak District National Park, England
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Reviewed 2 weeks ago via mobile

The walk was a good challenge in a good way for my girlfriend and I. The weather on the plateau was really poor so we missed out on the views. Definitely prepare well but the walk is well worth the challenge. Follow the trail well,...More

Thank Michael V
Reviewed 3 weeks ago

Kinder Scout is just one of those places you must go if you like the outdoors. No matter what time of year you go it just keeps on giving. Kinder Scout summit is a natural peat environment. Very flat but doe's have a actual trig...More

Thank Kev_235
Reviewed 8 January 2018

Lots of folk up on't'hill desite the howling wind. Kinder Downfall was defying gravity! The sun came out towards the end of the walk illuminating the stunning views.

Thank cornishdefenseleague
Reviewed 18 December 2017

I did this walk with my son, who has completed his Duke of Edinburgh and some seasoned walkers. We were camping opposite the Mass Trespass car park, and there is a circular walk that starts there and takes around 6 hours. There are some steep...More

1  Thank Stuart W
Reviewed 12 November 2017 via mobile

I love it up here. You can get back to nature right here and enjoy the beautiful surroundings once at the top. Follow its trails through streams and tracks all the way to the top, sit and take on its beautiful views

Thank Mark P
Reviewed 3 November 2017 via mobile

Regularly walk over Kinder, bleak but beautiful on the top. Perfect mid week if you want to disappear into the peace of the hills. Check weather and be prepared with adequate skills and equipment.

Thank 90sGinger
Reviewed 31 October 2017

having done most of the routes to the top of Kinder scout I thought I would try the historic William Clough path via Hayfield,parked at the Bowden Bridge carpark...within half an hour I was puffing and panting through the mud..and loving every minute,I might not...More

1  Thank Peter D
Reviewed 26 September 2017

Went for a hike from Hayfield up to the Kinder Plateau via William Clough. This is a lovely hike and the sights, sounds, Flora and Fauna are magnificent. If you get a chance look for the debris from the Sabre jet crash and investigate the...More

Thank paddy121972
Reviewed 12 September 2017 via mobile

we spent a whole morning here walking. we parked at and followed the signs. I didn't realise that it takes you on pennine way which was pretty cool. head all the way to the centre where there are cool rocks where you can take some...More

Thank kristyrebecca
Reviewed 9 September 2017

We walked anti-clockwise picking up the Pennine Way at the back of Edale. The walk was moderate until we got to Jacobs Ladder and was then a bit challenging. Worth it though, as there were great views from the top; including Kinder Reservoir and we...More

Thank Judith M
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Widyan N
18 June 2017|
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Response from Safiya S | Reviewed this property |
To be honest it's not a challenging route most ways, theres a local centre with a map and depending on how long you have to spend you can pick a route
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Amelia M
15 April 2017|
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Response from Freddy E | Reviewed this property |
Depends from where you wanne start. There are several routes possible.. you can start from edale car park S33 7ZL you can start from the Hope Valley car park. S33 6RD Or Bowden Bridge Car Park SK22
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Peter D
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Response from StaffordSteve49 | Reviewed this property |
Going up into areas that can turn wild at best and Artic at worst without a map is like like going into the desert without water. You mighty find a gas station in the desert, you might not, but there are no facilities of any... More
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