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There isn’t much to see here but as you drive past the sheer size of this man made Hill gets you wondering what it’s all about. When you delve into its history . It’s about 30 meters high and is one of the oldest man...More
It is hard to imagine that this hill is man made. I would love to walk up it, but it has been requested that people don't, as they may interfere with the archaeology - the reason the hill was made remains a mystery. I confess...More
Anything less than five stars is missing the point.
Yes, on the one hand it's just a funny looking hill you can't climb up, but on the other it's a freakingly awesome piece of Stone Age construction.
They built it by hand using shoulder blade...More
Approaching the site by Road was tremendous. Here was this huge hill like a tel. The parking area was close to the hill. However the view was disappointing. It was raining and I didn’t have time to walk to the hill which might have made...More
A great piece of history, even though a main road runs so close to it does not diminish it's ethereal import. A Celtic/britonic masterpiece in early natural architecture. People who grade this place 1 star and wonder at its appeal completely miss the point; it...More
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We used a private guide Keith Britton who is not just a great guide but an excellent photographer. We got loads of family pics free. If it makes sense for you, you could hire him and his car for the trip. Else there are... More
We used a private guide Keith Britton who is not just a great guide but an excellent photographer. We got loads of family pics free. If it makes sense for you, you could hire him and his car for the trip. Else there are several good travel agents to chose from.