Pack your picnic
With the striking Black Hill and Holme Moss Moorland in the distance, Ramsden Reservoir is a scenic short walk with varying terrain. Those not wishing to walk can enjoy the woodland picnic site.
Holmbridge, South of Huddersfield.
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Terrain & gradient
The route is mainly on muddy paths which can be rocky and uneven. There is a small stream crossing and a fairly steep decline and incline as you enter the Valley at point 3 on the walk guide. However, from point 4 onwards, the vehicle track is wide and well surfaced apart from potholes.
How to get there
Car parking is available at our free car park on Brownhill Lane, HD9 2QW
There are only 10 parking spaces at this car park, and they fill up quickly most days.
Head south-west on Huddersfield Road/A6024. After 1.8 miles, you will pass through Holmbridge and just after the bridge crossing the River Holme, turn left onto Bank Lane which bears sharply right after 250
feet. Bank Lane becomes Bronwnhill Lane and after 0.8 miles, you will find Ramsden Car Park on your left.
By public transport
The closest bus stop is in Holmbridge which is 1 mile from the start of the walk.
To keep everyone happy and safe, please:
- follow government guidance
- don’t swim
- take your litter home
- stick to the path
- keep your dog on a lead
- clean up after your dog
- don’t light fires or BBQs.
Make a day of it
While you're here, why not try another walk?
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