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All reviews stone circle short walk from the car park well worth a visit passing places lovely woodland unusual place single track swinton park sat nav gentle walk interesting walk walking boots worth the effort lovely walk hidden away north yorkshire beautiful scenery
We read about this place on trip advisor and decided to visit. What a great place! It does take some finding so you will need a sat nav and don’t worry that you are traveling along single track roads to get there.
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Freaky little place just 5 minutes walk from the free car park. Loads of great woodland to walk in too. Great for children to run and around and super cool place to take some spooky photos. Bit off the beaten track but I’ve known worse....More
Fantastic woodland walk, views, scenery and “pile of stones”. Hidden Gem, well worth seeking out. Excellent paths to explore on foot or bike (though pleased we didn’t meet any bikes today at all). Excellent tearoom and toilets at nearby Swinton Bivouacs.
This is a really special place to visit - it is not the easiest place to find but there seemed to be plenty of folks enjoying the peace and surroundings.
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nice little drive to this place but i must warn you the roads are very narrow.heart in my mouth at times!little camp site about 200 yds away with a cafe,ice cream parlour and toilets.10 minute walk up to the temple.Stones were strangely spiritual..little walk around...More
Had lunch in the Black Sheep Brewery, then off to the Druids Temple, well worth a visit. Bear in mind, it is off the beaten track so there is about a 15 minute walk from where you can park. It is situated about 3 miles...More
Was not disappointed it's a short walk from the car park up to the folly which is in very good order given its age, then a selection of walks around the woods with stunning views of the reservoir,back down to the cafe where the hospitality...More