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Allen Banks and Staward Gorge, Bardon Mill

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TripAdvisor
  • Beautiful walk up the valley. Paths easy to follow although a little wet when we were there. Saw a red Squirrel, so look as you walk  more »
  • Allen Banks is a firm family favourite venue for a relaxing stroll. Based along the River Allen, this National Trust property is dog-friendly, green, leafy and covered in interesting winding paths ran...  more »
  • I expected so much having picked up a leftlet showing a beautiful autumn colours, but when I got to the car park the main path was closed, there were instructions to use a footpath diversion, but as I...  more »
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  • Plankey Mill a once popular camping site on the River Allen, the landowner sadly never renewed the farmers licence for camping. The location is still a beautiful forests area with numerous tree types and lots of walks along the river and some on the east side near Allen Banks up to the old ponds.
  • Beautiful wooded, riverside setting. Mix of easy riverside walks and more strenuous uphill paths.
  • Used to love camping here it's great on the eyes and a great walk
  • Tranquility safe parking totally feel refreshed after visiting here
  • Lovely forest walk