Nine Ladies Stone Circle (Derbyshire) Reviews
Description:Bronze Age stone circle believed to represent 9 women who were turned to stone as a penalty for dancing on a Sunday.
Newest Review: ... I'd reached my destination and found somewhere to park. The footpath from the road is of reasonable quality and it's only a short walk to reach the stones, although they aren't visible from the road as they are hidden within a clearing in the woods. Despite there being no road signs to the Nine Ladies once you have reached here there is the odd information board at the side of the footpath. ... more
Customer Nine Ladies Stone Circle (Derbyshire) Reviews (1)
by - written on 22/08/11 (Very useful, 358 readings)
The Nine Ladies is one of several ancient stone circles in the Peak District National Park. Located on Stanton Moor high above the Derbyshire town of Matlock it isn't the easiest place to find and don't expect to see any tourist signs pointing the way, but it is marked on the Ordnance Survey map. Once you find the footpath that leads to the stones you'll also have a bit of a battle to find somewhere to park as there's no dedicated car park and the grass verge is large enough only to hold about 4 cars. I visited these standing stones on a Sunday afternoon in early April this year and I confess to being more than a little stressed by the time I'd reached my destination and Read the complete review
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