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This is a delightful walk which our group have undertaken before on one of our yearly visits to the Peak District. I just wanted to add a word of caution about the stepping stone route of this walk. If you have any problems with balance...More
Four adults all around the 50 mark and a 9 and 10 year old staying nearby for the weekend ventured to Dovedale for the day. I would recommend this to everyone. It’s not easy in places but well worth the effort. The scenery is fantastic....More
Our first visit to dovedale with family and friends where alovely experience lovely scenery and we enjoyed a lovely walk round followed by a picnic before having an icream
Would recommend if your visiting the area
Great walk but better out of the high season as it gets busy.
Only had to wait for a few minutes to cross the stepping stones as people were having photos taken.
We walked from Alsop-en-le Dale to Milldale, then along Dovedale south to Thorpe...More
A lovely place for a walk but it gets very busy, especially in the nice weather.
£3 to park the car but if you don't mind a longer walk you can park for free up at Thorpe near The Old Dog. The steping stones across...More
We used the car park which costs a heafty £3. The walk to the stepping stones is only 10 minutes. That’s all we did as it was raining, but the scenery is lovely. Worth doing. There are WC’s and a food place in the car...More
This is a beautiful place. A short 10 minute walk from the car park (grab an ice cream for the journey) gets you to the iconic stepping stones. It can get busy but very nice and a great view from the top of the hill,...More
Great walk 6 miles there and back, some nice wildlife to be enjoyed it wasn't for the constant stream of dogs running loose of the lead. There are signs on every gate you go through that dogs must be kept on a lead,but hardly anyone...More