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Soar above a breathtaking landscape, sculpted over time, decorated by nature and enjoyed by generations.Stand on top of Dunstable Downs for a view that will simply take your breath away. These Sites of Special Scientific Interest (SSSI) are...more
Dunstable Downs Golf Club Whipsnade Road | Whipsnade, Dunstable LU6 2NB, England
All reviews kite flying national trust hang gliders gliding club car park kite festival kite flyers breathtaking views nt members pay and display beautiful place to visit sausage rolls nice walk open space chiltern hills ice cream van great place to walk
A great place to walk the dog and meet other dogs. Inca and I visit 2 or 3 times a week and enjoy several different walks over and around the Downs. The area is well looked after and volunteers do a great job litter picking.
I have not visited for about 20 years and was persuaded by my husband to go last Sunday. What a pleasant surprise! A new cafe with a NT gift shop and lots of parking,
We stuck to the path and walked as far as we...More
We arrived at Dunstable Downs on an autumn morning. It was obvious from the many people wandering around with hats, scarves and gloves on that we would need to wrap up warm.
Parking is £3 for the day (or free to NT members). Once parked...More
It was pumpkin time so my grandchildren,a boy of 10 and a girl of 6 took the pumpkin trail. It was a beautiful day with the sun shining through the trees highlighting the Autumn colours. Being half term it was busy but not too busy...More
Beautiful afternoon walking along the downs. Making it more memorable walking over the parachute gliders, kites flying and an assortment of dogs playing. What a joyful afternoon with my husband and he bought me ice cream. Very special place, everyday is different. Highly recommended.
This is one of the most scenic places and if you like great views you'll love it. It's great for a walk or place to chill for solo, couples or friends!
I visit this place regularly for a walk and to clear my head. It...More
Visited here for a walk on the downs and a good lunch. Plenty of it is paved and accessible. Dog friendly - even an area in the cafe. Plenty of parking, pay and display unless you're a National Trust member.
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There is a hard path that runs from the new car park near the building accross the top of DDowns. You can take in the view which is stunning. The path is not flat however as it follows the natural formation. Other than this... More
There is a hard path that runs from the new car park near the building accross the top of DDowns. You can take in the view which is stunning. The path is not flat however as it follows the natural formation. Other than this path all other paths are off road and more like tracks. Some of the fields may be ok but it would be weather dependant. Hope this helps. Its worth going, such a stunning place full of history.