In accordance with government guidance, our recreational sites and car parks remain open during the national lockdown for people to exercise locally. We ask that you follow the latest guidance to help keep yourself, our key workers and others safe. In the current lockdown this includes:
If you do plan to visit, we continue to request that you are respectful of our sites, staff members, other visitors and local communities:
All of our toilet facilities are currently closed so please be mindful of this when visiting.
Just North of the picturesque North York Moors National Park village, Osmotherley, Cod Beck Reservoir is an easy going short walk. The North York Moors are one of the largest expanses of open heather moorland in the United Kingdom. The walk has no steps, stiles and the gates can be opened wider with RADAR keys for increased mobility.
1 mile north of Osmotherley near Northallerton
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Terrain & Gradient
The entire route on Yorkshire Water land within the boundary fence is wide, well surfaced and mostly flat apart from a gradual incline and decline at the end of the walk. Please note, the path outside of the boundary fence is a bit narrow in places.
How To Get There
By car: Car parking is available to the North of Cod Beck Reservoir, DL6 3AL.
From the A19: Take the A684 exit towards Northallerton and turn sharp left onto A684 shortly after. Follow the road as it bears left and take the next right onto Clack Lane. Follow this road into the centre of Osmotherley and turn left onto North End. Follow this road for 1.5 miles where the 2 car parks will be on your right just north of Cod Beck Reservoir.
By public transport: There is currently no public transport available to Cod Beck Reservoir.
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