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All reviews the follies wild garlic beautiful woodland free car park lovely place to walk river ure hair raising steep climb interesting walk every corner masham fountain bluebells paths waterfall muddy ruins
We spent a great afternoon walking through Hackfall Woods visiting the various follies. Be prepared for a few steep climbs on hard packed mud paths and if you see a bench, sit on it; you’ll find hidden views that you probably won’t expect.
This is an amazing place for a long or short walk. There are free leaflets with maps in the car park but it's best to download one before you go as they often run out. It's a beautiful wood in a gorge with some fabulous...More
There are four different routes to follow from a short, relatively level, walk to the Ruin and back up to an entire circuit of the woods. The latter is challenging, particularly after recent rainfall, but well, well worth it. The scenery is spectacular and the...More
I went on the shorter walk through the woods and it was just lovely. There's plenty to see as you walk round, the path is easy to follow and there's just a lovely atmosphere. I was on my own but I would imagine that this...More
We came here with friends on a hot, sunny Sunday. My friends had walked here before, and thought my husband and I would enjoy it... How right they were. I did find some areas a struggle, but this is down to having a blood clot...More
After reading the views, I was expecting a lovely walk with my puppy. What we were greeted by was a treacherous walk, loads of muck and to make matters worse the path we wanted to go on was blocked by the river! We won’t be...More
We had visited the Himalayan Garden nearby and had a bit of spare time. There were leaflets with alternative walks on a post in the car park and without these you could easily miss things as the way marking is a bit basic.