Peak District Walk
Nat Park - Peak District - Derwent Edge Sheffield
County/Area - South Yorkshire
Author - Yorkshire Water
Length - 3.5 miles / 5.7 km Ascent - 100 feet / 30 metres
Time - 1 hours 50 minutes Grade - easy
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Walk Route Description
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Damflask Reservoir occupies a pleasant location near the village of Low Bradfield to the north-west of Sheffield. As might be expected from a walk in the Peak District National Park, this route offers woodland and open country with wide views across the reservoir.
This is one of the free reservoir walks produced by Yorkshire Water who are one of the county's largest landowners, with around 72,000 acres of land spanning National Parks, Areas of Outstanding Natural Beauty, the North York Moors and the Yorkshire Wolds. There is a wide range of walks on offer from gentle strolls around one of their picturesque reservoirs to more adventurous routes. Yorkshire Water have selected some of their top walks for you and split them into three regional packs. Just print them out and off you go.
Each site has its own walk pack that you can easily print out and take along with you. Each pack includes directions to the site, a summary of the walk, a list of facilities available, a detailed route map and route instructions. To download walk descriptions go to Yorkshire Water Walks.
Other walks nearby
|Dungworth & Rod Moor
|Low Bradwell & Agden Reservoir
|Agden Reservoir Circular
|Dale Dike Reservoir
|Wadsley and Loxley Commons, Sheffield
|High Bradfield from Glen Howe
|Moscar, Dale Dike & Shrines Reservoirs
|Stanage Edge, Redmires & Hallam Moors
|Bamford & Stanage Edges
|Rivelin Valley from Malin Bridge
Recommended Books & eBooks
Great Mountain Days in the Pennines
An inspirational guidebook to 50 classic walks on the rolling Pennine landscape. The graded routes, between 6 and 13 miles in length, cover classic Pennine fells and moorland such as Whernside, Ilkley Moor and Pendle Hill; exploring the North and South Pennines, Yorkshire Dales, Howgills and Dark Peak. Many routes are also suited to fell running.
Walking in the Peak District - White Peak East
Guidebook describing 42 half-day and day walks in the limestone landscapes of Derbyshire's White Peak, part of the Peak District National Park. One of two volumes, this book covers the east of the region, with potential bases including Bakewell, Eyam, Castleton, Birchover, Matlock and Wirksworth.