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All reviews roman fort information boards stunning location steep walk lake district bath house over the top winding road west side cattle grid hadrian's wall small car park worth a stop interesting history fresh air highest point the cliff
Blows quite a few Roman forts out of the water - set in the idyllic hillside on the lower slopes of Hardknott Pass - one of the most inaccessible roads in the UK where cars struggle to navigate both passes (Hardknott and Wrynose) in quick...More
This is an impressive site, in a desolate location. The remains of the four walls enclose the steep site, and there are also the remains of part of the Commandant's Room, HQ and granary, and of the bath house just below the south gate (not...More
The fort is well preserved and you don’t need too much imagination to see the Roman soldiers there. The information boards that were there were easy to read and informative however some more would have made the visit better hence not 5/5. The attraction is...More
Ok, the ride up Hardknott Pass was unreal. The Roman Fort ruins were interesting and glad to take the walking break up to the location on the low hill. Quite a large arrangement of structures and a great view for pictures.
Atmospheric roman remains in the stunning location of Hardknott pass. This fort was established in the second century AD and an inscription records the garrison as the Fourth Cohort of Dalmatians, from the Balkans.The road is narrow and steep but there is parking space for...More
Hardknott pass is amazing, you have to do the trip. The scenery is breathtaking and it feels like another world. Excellent place to wild camp if you can get away with it. Its not as bad as everyone makes out, lots of tight corners and...More
After a scenic drive via Hardknott Pass, we stopped at the Hardknott Roman Fort. It was interesting to see the ruins of the fort and read about its history on the information boards. The views across the hills are also worth the visit!