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All reviews an ice cream van roadside parking english heritage information boards surrounding mountains worth a visit lake district beautiful setting views are amazing walk up old railway nice walk national trust sunny day field ancient sheep
These stones are 4,500 years old so was interesting to visit these and feel a part of history. There was people sitting on them though which i didnt think should be allowed.
Theres great views of the surrounding countryside and theres great photo opportunities.
Not the best signposting but wow what a setting on high ground above Keswick and worth effort finding this place.Parking is roadside & not much of it! Three good information boards to give history of the place. Not too many visitors & nice to have...More
I love that this incredibly important heritage site is still accessible to all. It’s setting is truly majestic and really quite special. You can drive and park up at a small lay-by which is only a hundred metre walk away from the circle. We found...More
At over 5000 years old Castlerigg stone circle sits on a plateau above the Lake District town of Keswick. One of the oldest stone circles in Europe it is easily accessible and the information posted near it is all you will need before you soak...More
We hiked up to the stone circle the long route - but it is easily accessible by car. The stones weren’t quite Stonehenge, but the views from the top were amazing, although in February a little chilly and exposed. There are no facilities/toilets at the...More
I agree with the other reviewers best go out of season and either early or late when I was there, there was only one person and they left when we got there. I think the people who go to these sites appreciate the solitude... More
I agree with the other reviewers best go out of season and either early or late when I was there, there was only one person and they left when we got there. I think the people who go to these sites appreciate the solitude and allow others to enjoy it as well.