Lathkill Dale National Nature Reserve (Derbyshire) Reviews
Newest Review: ... in this country, but grows in profusion in Lathkill Dale. A visit in June or July will see the plant flowering in all its glory. The river rises, in an impressive manner, out of the mouth of Lathkill House Cave. In times of drought, this part of the river will be also dry, with the water flowing underground, but after heavy rains, the water comes thundering out of the mouth of the cave making it impassable. Here, the valley widens and becomes even more impressive. The carpets of flowers continue, attracting many species of butterfly including the rare northern brown argus. On a sunny day, the air will be filled with many different butterfl... more
Customer Lathkill Dale National Nature Reserve (Derbyshire) Reviews (1)
by - written on 07/05/09 (Very useful, 412 readings)
The Peak District has many beautiful walks across its lovely and varied terrain. Many of the best of them are in the 'White Peak' area where crystal clear streams cascade through lushly vegetated limestone valleys. In such an outstandingly lovely region, Lathkill Dale shines as one of the most beautiful of the White Peak's dales. The river rises above Monyash and flows down to the river Wye near Haddon Hall. The upper reaches are designated a National Nature Reserve as a recognition of the significance of its special wildlife, geological and historical significance. The usual way that I start my walk is to park at the car park at Monyash. Parking is ... Read the complete review
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