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Dovedale Stepping Stones

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Myszka And Adam
Myszka And Adam
January 18, 2021
Beautiful walk through Dove Dale which is mainly accessible for all - with levelled paths to see the stepping stones. Coffee/ice-cream stall and toilets in the car park.
Helen
Helen
August 12, 2020
Dovedale is known for the River Dove and it’s impressive limestone ravines, but the most iconic part of a trip to Dovedale has to be the picturesque stepping stones… Arriving at the nearby car park, where you can also be tempted by snacks and refreshments, it’s just a short walk up and across a…
Beverley
Beverley
August 8, 2020
Great walk along the river to Milldale but remember to take some cash if you’d like an ice cream or to buy a snack at the shop. They don’t take cards! It’s a 3 mile walk back to the car park!
Emma
Emma
July 23, 2020
20 minutes away the beautiful Peak District
Samantha
Samantha
July 5, 2020
Picturesque, popular walk through pastures & a limestone valley to stepping stones across a river.

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