A network of marshes, ponds, woodlands and grasslands result in an annual 160+ bird species, with over 60 readily visible even in mid winter
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Situated in the charming Washburn valley, sharing an embankment with Swinsty Reservoir, Fewston is popular with walkers and runners.
Langsett Reservoir sits at the north eastern edge of the Peak District National Park, less than 5 miles south west of Penistone.
Don’t be put off by how close this reservoir is to the M62 reservoir, it is a still a haven of peace and tranquillity.
North of Pateley Bridge, deep in the Nidderdale Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty, is Scar House Reservoir sitting below Little Whernside.
Situated in the Loxley Valley, near the village of Low Bradfield, north-west of Sheffield
Swinsty Reservoir can be found in the Washburn valley, less than 10 miles north of Otley and west of Harrogate
Situated just within the Peak District National Park boundary, Digley Reservoir sits just below the petite Bilberry Reservoir.
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A relatively gentle walk, this route encircles the beautiful Fewston Reservoir in the charming Washburn Valley.
This route around Swinsty Reservoir nestles in the stunning Washburn Valley and provides breath-taking views across the water.
Adjacent to the M62, this walk teeters around the edges of Scammonden Reservoir, taking in woodland and rough pastures.
Situated at the head of Nidderdale, this often wild yet beautiful area can be explored using this circular route around the water.
Digley offers a varied walk alongside woods, through fields and the edge of the moor, with plenty of lovely scenery along the way.
3.5 mile route near the charming village of Low Bradfield, north-west of Sheffield.
This route meanders through woodland and across open moor providing spectacular views from higher ground.
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Whether your idea of a fun day is a gentle stroll overlooking the water, a hike onto the moors, a spot of angling, cycling or horse riding, we can offer you the best of the great outdoors.