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Situated in the beautiful Wden Valley this Stone circle is at the beginning of a lovely walk along the Eden to Lacey’s Cave. Walk round Megs daughters and count them, then go round again, bet you don’t come up with the same number. Meg saved...More
I was shocked at how quiet and tucked away this was compared to how enthralling it is. I'm so pleased I've just seen a picture online from the air. It is quite amazing, thought provoking and peaceful. Well worth popping to the little tucked away...More
Long Meg and Her Daughters is an interesting stone circle located just outside Little Salkeld. We visited as part of a walk along the River Eden to Lacy's Cave. The bit of the walk was a bit in between was a bit "roadsie" for my...More
This ancient monument is in the Eden Valley and sufficiently distant from the Lake District National Park to not be over-visited. Even on a bank holiday weekend, it was not crowded. Management intervention is minimal; no car proper car park, no visitor centre and hardly...More
Picking a lovely crisp frosty day to visit just after sunrise we enjoyed a quiet visit and wandered around the site. This mysterious and prehistoric monument stands on an elevated site with a farm track right through the circle showing how access was at one...More
Visited in late afternoon with only my family present. Places like this represent what Britain is to this American - A long history with its layers still visible, providing mileposts to mark the journey.
So easy to access and a nice drive from where we stayed in Appleby - was easy to pop over here for a quick visit on a rainy day after seeing a few other sites. Beautiful grassy setting and atmospheric stone circle. We drove but...More
Amazing visit! Went at around 11am on a weekday and had the whole place to myself. Was a fascinating visit and lovely place for a walk. Would advise walking a route that includes long meg and Lacy’s Caves which is along the River Eden.