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We had a laugh getting here and couldn't believe our bad luck to get caught in about a 20 car pile up due to a van trying to come over the National Park by following his sat nav and getting stuck round one of the...More
The Romans knew what they were doing when they set this place up. The view over the surrounding valley is spectacular - perfect vantage point for a fort. The stone walls are in good shape too but bring a jacket and good boots cause it...More
Having been to Pompeii and Herculaneum this is possibly one of the best Roman ruins I have been to. Although the buildings aren't as intact as those in Italy, the quantity still there is amazing. Added to that the epic drive and view when there...More
I have written my review of Hardknott Pass which is well worth travelling over. However we never saw the Roman Fort despite looking out for it. I understand from reading other reviews that it is hard to find for everybody. From seeing the photographs we...More
This is a gem. This old Roman fort has been well preserved. The complete surrounding walls are still intact and also some buildings.
But the greatest bonus is the location! At the top of the Hardknott pass, a dream for every serious car of motorcycle...More
When driving along Hardknott Pass, it is easy to miss the fort. I used tripadvisor and google maps on my phone to pin point exactly where it is. We spent a good hour walking around what is left of the fort and took in all...More
I'm not a natural fan of ruins, but the plaques showing what they used to be along with the explanations helped to recreate a sense of the place. The views were nice too. I recommend visiting the Woolpack Inn which is nearby straight after -...More