http://tashcamuk.fotopages.com/?entry=59158

Thor’s Cave is the most spectacular sight of the Manifold valley, dominating the central section of the valley. The rock in which it is set rears up out of the hillside like a giant fang with the cave entrance forming a hole in it ten metres in diameter, a sight which is clearly visible for several miles.

Excavations have shown that the cave was occupied as long as 10,000 years ago and this occupation probably continued until Roman or Saxon times, making it one of the oldest sites of human activity in the Peak. Stone tools and the remains of a range now extinct animals were found within the cave.

Check out a map of my walk at:

http://www.streetmap.co.uk/newmap.srf?x=409950&y=354900&z=3&sv=409950,354900&st=4&ar=Y&dn=818

and

Manifold Valley, Peak District

http://tashcamuk.fotopages.com/?entry=59161

A wander around the Manifold Valley, and up and down Wetton Hill

http://www.streetmap.co.uk/newmap.srf?x=409500&y=356500&z=3&sv=409500,356500&st=4&ar=N&dn=818

Quite a pleasent couple of days out really.

Advertisements