280 Fernilee Reservoir

With floods dominating the news we decided to keep our feet dry by walking along a railway. Fortunately there weren't any trains about, which is hardly surprising as the last engine ran in 1892. But they certainly knew how to keep the track dry when it was built, for there's hardly a puddle, yet alongside is enough water to supply a major city. Guessed where we are? It's the Goyt Valley, one of the most delightful corners of the Peak District.

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LOCATION: Goyt Valley, between Whaley Bridge & Buxton
START: Off A5004. Park at foot of Bunsall Incline Grid ref: SK019758 Postcode: SK176GJ

DISTANCE: Three and a half miles
GRADE: Easy
TIME: Two hours
MAP: Outdoor Leisure - White Peak Landranger 119
REFRESHMENTS: Pack a flask
EN ROUTE: Cromford & High Peak Railway


This walk was originally published by
The Manchester Evening News

   
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