Ilam Rock

Derbyshire, England

Ilam Rock is a solitary pinnacle of limestone towering over the River Dove, with a 25 metres (82 feet) height located in the Dovedale Valley, in the Peak District of the county of Derbyshire, England. The fossilized remains of sea creatures and corals make up the limestone. The area is owned by the National Trust, a registered charity, and attract a million tourists all year round.

Ilam Rock has a Moderate difficulty level and is Family Friendly.

Activities

Birdwatching
Walking
Landscape Photography
Climbing
Bouldering
Hiking
Picnicking
Wildlife Watching
Geological Exploration
Cycling
Fishing
Paddle Boarding
Stargazing
Derbyshire, England
Latitude: 53.074962, Longitude: -1.78965

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About Ilam Rock

Ilam Rock is a solitary pinnacle of limestone towering over the River Dove, with a 25 metres (82 feet) height located in the Dovedale Valley, in the Peak District of the county of Derbyshire, England. The fossilized remains of sea creatures and corals make up the limestone. The area is owned by the National Trust, a registered charity, and attract a million tourists all year round.