Castlerigg Stone Circle (Keswick) Reviews
Description:1.25 miles east of Keswick, Cumbria. Castlerigg Stone Circle is one of the most visually impressive prehistoric ... more
Newest Review: ... well signposted up until the point where you actually arrived at the Circle. We could not see a sign that highlighted you had arrived at your destination, we simply noticed a lot of cars parked up and wondered what was going off. Luckily I saw the stones in the field and we parked up and got out for a proper look. What's There. The nice part about this tourist attraction is that it doesn't ... more
Customer Castlerigg Stone Circle (Keswick) Reviews (2)
by - written on 17/10/11 (Very useful, 50 readings)
Introduction. Having just returned from my first ever trip from the Lake District I have to say I had a wonderful time. There was plenty to do and we visited plenty of local attractions (more reviews to follow) but unfortunately Castlerigg Stone Circle was my least favourite part. Getting There. I believe there to be plenty of footpaths and various walks that take you to the Stone Circle but as we drove there I cannot comment on this. We found that the way to the Stone Circle was very well signposted up until the point where you actually arrived at the Circle. We could not see a sign that highlighted you had arrived at your destination, we simply ... Read the complete review
by - written on 08/05/01, updated on 08/05/01 (Very useful, 149 readings)
CastleRig Stone Circle I found this stone circle when I was riding the Coast to Coast ride for the first time, I had never heard of it before, in fact the only Stone Circle I had heard of was StoneHenge. Whilst not on the same scale as Stonehenge, this is a very impressive site, not least due to its magnificent mountainside settings. The circle itself is located on a hill 200 metres above Keswick, inside a much larger circle of fells and are shared with sheep as well as the curious public. First written about in the Eighteenth century by William Stukely who believed the were a druid temple, then later they inspired John Keets to write ... Read the complete review
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