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A-Z of WALKS and CATEGORIES

Type of Walk: Lakes and Reservoirs

'Each lake has a details page (e.g. Windermere) with basic information on the left, an indicative location map, a map detail, and several tabs with further details.'


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Open Sky - Open Space - Open Mind 'Only minutes from the main routes into North Wales, Hiraethog, or "Hills of Great Longing", are a place to relax, have fun and energise!'


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Category Denbighshire

The Parks are: Rutland Water | Grafham Water | Pitsford Water | Ravensthorpe Reservoir | Alton Water | Taverham Mill | Hollowell.


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'A mix of reservoir-side paths, woodland trails and lush fields make for a fine walk.'


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Category Wealden

'We hope you will take time to look out for the creatures, trees and plants that live here as you walk along the paths and enjoy stunning views across the reservoir. All of the flowers and plants y ...
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'This route passes the Nature Trail and part of the Archaeological Trail. If you feel like more of a challenge, you can continue onto the Two Lakes Trail around ...
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Category Denbighshire

'We are a couple of enthusiastic walkers who have spent many a long hour walking on Dartmoor and in doing so have built up a modest album of photos. Many of these are of the various crosses on and ...
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Category West Devon

'Surrounded by beautiful countryside with woodland views, and the River Thames nearby, there is plenty to do around the reservoir. Activities range from countryside walks, birdwatching, trout fly-f ...
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'It′s also a wonderful haven for nature and wildlife and is renowned for its nationally important populations of wildfowl, which can be viewed from the reservoirs four bird watching hides.'


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Category Chelmsford

'The scenic walk, 2.5 miles (4.0 km) around the lake, passes a nature reserve with a bird hide in the south-western corner of the lake, in an area from which boats and watersports are excluded. The ...
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Category Rochdale

'Jumbles Country Park was opened in 1971 following the construction of Jumbles Reservoir, and has been popular haunt with visitors ever since.'


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Category Bolton

'Excellent paths and roadside pavement; suitable for wheelchairs and buggies ... Bus service to Kinross.'


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Category Kinross-shire

'Although the hillside makes for difficult terrain, one of the hides in the reserve is accessible by wheelchair. There's plenty for children too, including nestbox trails and bat and owl walks. And ...
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Category Montgomeryshire

'The 26-mile path encircles Kielder Water and is suitable for walkers, cyclists, horse riders, mobility scooters and wheelchair users. Some routes incorporate the Osprey ferry (please reme ...
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Category Tynedale

'This peaceful place for a family walk provides the opportunity to bird watch, with the trail providing an audio library to the birds found here, and in the autumn there is an amazing variety of fu ...
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The Northern Section 'leads along the northern hills above Llyn Tegid, offering striking views of the Arenig mountain and open countryside'. The Southern Section 'leads along the ...
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Category Merioneth

'Loch Leven has many tales to tell, it’s one of the best places to see geese, ducks and other birds, and the story of its people is highly eventful. Loch Leven has been a home for monks, the scene ...
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Category Kinross-shire

'The site of the Battle of Trool is the spot where, in March 1307, Robert the Bruce defeated a 1500-strong English army led by Sir Aymer de Valence. Bruce's army numbered only 300 but, by luring th ...
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'Stretching from Kincraig Lake (Bispham Marsh) in the north to the reedbed off Holyoake Avenue in the south this green corridor includes twenty-three ponds. Some of the ponds have great crested new ...
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Category Blackpool

'This is a very easy route for navigation and terrain. Anglian Water have gone to some trouble to signpost the route well and keep it clear ... Exploring is easier than ever before thanks ...
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Category Rutland

'Enjoy the tranquillity of Silent Valley Mountain Park in the heart of the Mourne Mountains. Follow a trail to submerge in the beauty of the park. Find out about the industrial heritage which gave ...
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'Our downloadable leaflets tell you all you need to know to select a leisurely stroll, an active cycle or a challenging hike. If we find it necessary to close a section of path for maintenance, ...
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Category Devon

'Constructed between 1973 and 1975, Bewl Water, holding 31,300 million litres of water, is the largest stretch of open water in south east England and is host to a wide variety of wild ...
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Category Rother

'The Tring Reservoirs have been a feature of the local landscape for over two hundred years. Contrary to the views of many people, they are not used to provide drinking water; the four ...
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Category Dacorum

'The Walthamstow reservoirs offer easy and safe access for all visitors, with disabled access on most of the reservoirs ... The entrance is just a seven-minute walk from the Victoria line at Totten ...
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Category Waltham Forest

'The open moorland above Watergrove makes for a more rugged landscape than the lower valleys. The area's mixture of moorland, young woodland, wetland and rough pasture - and the reservoir itself - ...
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Category Rochdale

'Come and experience every type of benefit that being close to water has to offer at one of our Visitor Attractions. Each has its own unique personality yet all have health, well-being and recreati ...
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'Situated in the North West of England, the West Pennine Moors covers 90 square miles of rural Lancashire and Greater Manchester. The West Pennine Moors countryside provides a "wild space" ...
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Category Lancashire

'Lake Windermere is the largest of all the lakes in the Lake District and also the largest in England. At 10.5 miles long it has its head in the mountains and its foot almost on the coast and is su ...
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Category South Lakeland

'Our estate covers the whole of Yorkshire but is predominantly located on the eastern flanks of the Pennines and in Nidderdale. Much of our land is used to collect the raw water we treat for drinki ...
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