Situated near the charming village of Low Bradfield, this long circular route gives ample scope to enjoy long stretches of woodland and waterside. The route also offers fantastic panoramic views across Damflask Reservoir where you may spot the odd angler looking for the catch of the day or sailing boats skimming over the water.
Route Fact File
Near Low Bradfield, to the north-west of Sheffield.
3 1/4 Miles / 5.3 Kilometres
11/2 - 2 Hours
Terrain & Gradient:
Mostly well surfaced pathways, with short sections of pavements and roads. Mostly flat or gentle slopes, but occasional stretches of a steeper gradient greater than 1:10. There are no steps, stiles or gates on this route.
How To Get There:
By car: There is no car park at the reservoir, however roadside parking is possible.
By public transport: There is a bus stop where Oaks Lane meets New Road, which is where this walking route starts (point 1).
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