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The windfarm covers a massive area and distances are masked by the sheer size of the 200+ turbines. Lots of paths to walk and cycle with great views. A super MTB track for cyclists too. Once away from visitors' centre it is so quiet and...More
Visited this wind farm with Son, daughter in law and two teenage grandsons plus daughter and two pre teen boys. A good time was had by all. My son was very interested in the technical aspects of the power generation and all the boys enjoyed...More
We visited the wind farm with 3 children to try out suitability for cycling round it. The facilities are very good, sheltered picnic area, leading on to the walking and cycle paths. The free map from the visitor centre kept us right and we really...More
Having never been before we thought we'd give here a try today with friends and their kids too.
Great summer activities available and free!! Kids had a blast. Easily spend a few hours and learn some fabulous facts. We'll definitely be back, give it a...More
If you like the outdoors then this place is for you. It is huge. You can go for a short walk, a medium walk or a very long walk indeed. You can also go biking. There is ample parking and a tea room for a...More
Visited here purely by chance, a very informative insight in to renewable green energy and to be able to get so close to them is awesome.
It would be brilliant if every resident in the UK who are fighting planning applications for turbines in there...More