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Famous for, amongst many things:
1. The so called Roman Road which might be Roman because they were definitely here. Some years ago a haul of Roman coins and other valuable artefacts were discovered my a metal detectist. However another theory is that it may...More
Great walking territory with various paths leading off to different routes depending on ability (and your energy that day lol) Beware the weather changes as it can get windy and cold - layers a must! Conversely, in summer it does get brush fires that spread...More
The surface is a mix of grass, stone and pebbly. There are various walks. The one on the edge where the rocks are provides great views but behind the White House pub is a good walk in soggy weather with good views.
These reviews seem to be about driving. What you need to do is park at the Whitehouse Pub cross the road and follow the clear walkway round to the Roman Road. Turn right at the 600 year old Aggin Stone and walk to the Trig...More
Enjoy driving on this road so peaceful , the veiws are lovley and when I get to the other side keep driving towards sowerby bridge then back again . There is a restaurant named the white house if you fancy a meal or drink of...More
Drove over Blackstone Edge with family on a lovely evening, its so nice to see this unspoilt view of the moorlands as you drive up to the summit where the White House Pub is situated. It was like going down memory lane as I used...More