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Goyt valley reservoir

Goyt Valley is a lovely reservoir called Erwood, there are all different walks around it, and it's... read more

Reviewed 2 days ago
P9738FQjanew
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Manchester, United Kingdom
Amazing valley

I've been to a few valleys but this is up there with the best. The walks around it are so easy and... read more

Reviewed 3 days ago
PeterLittle85
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Derbyshire, United Kingdom
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Reviewed 2 days ago

Goyt Valley is a lovely reservoir called Erwood, there are all different walks around it, and it's great to dog walk round or collect blackberries, with easy access

Thank P9738FQjanew
Reviewed 3 days ago

I've been to a few valleys but this is up there with the best. The walks around it are so easy and lovely. Went here with the family and will be coming back soon.

Thank PeterLittle85
Reviewed 4 days ago

Drove through the valley and had to stop to capture the moment! There are places to stop and admire the views. Make sure you take food and drink supplies, obviously no where to go in the valley!

Thank Emma S
Reviewed 4 days ago

Lovely place to visit, sad to see the reservoir so low, we walked from the car park down to the edge of the water, lovely for dog walkers really makes you miss having a dog. This was recommended by the Lee Wood Hotel, Buxton.

Thank tonypperry770
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

What an amazing drive through the valley. Fabulous views from every window. Lovely to see the resevoir, although its still lacking water after the lack of rain

Thank Margaret W
Reviewed 2 weeks ago via mobile

Whilst on holiday with our Welsh Springer Spaniel in the Peak District we visited the beautiful Goyt Valley. The first visit we walked along a disused railway line track which lead to a disused mine about a mile and a half each way. The walk...More

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Reviewed 3 weeks ago

Great for blowing the cobwebs away or walking the dog. Lots of different areas and walks to explore. Doesn’t matter about the weather as it’s such a beautiful area, the views are always amazing.

Thank Deborah P
Reviewed 4 weeks ago

Out and about with our Japanese Akita - Maya and looking for lots of lovely places to get our 10K steps a day addiction. Lovely walk around the reservoir, unfortunately it was 'dog city' with lots of unruly pets off their leads and lost of...More

Thank JCB933
Reviewed 8 August 2018

hHad a fabulous time as a first time visito to the " peaks " . The walking was super and countryside wonderful.

Thank venicefish
Reviewed 5 August 2018

We parked in the NT car park at Errwood Reservoir. Perfect walk to ease get us into stride at the start of our holiday. Beautiful hot sunny day to stroll around Fernilee Reservoir with the dogs who were glad to jump into the water to...More

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June W
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The Riverside is ideal.Distance: 2 miles and Very easy.Start point: Errwood Hall car park This short walk includes one of the most scenic spots in the valley, as it runs down to the River Goyt (which is very much a stream... More
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