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Ladybower Reservoir Surrounded by wonderful Dark Peak Countryside, Ladybower Reservoir was constructed in 1943 when the Ashopton and Woodland valleys were flooded. It was officially...
Time - 3 hours......Length - 11 kms.....Difficulty - moderate Derwent Valley has some great mountain biking and this short circuit above Ladybower is certainly one of my top five Peak...
Surrounded by wonderful Dark Peak Countryside , Ladybower Reservoir was constructed in 1943 when the Ashopton and Woodland valleys were flooded.  It was officially opened in 1945 by George...
The Peak District National Park is extensive and diverse and can be divided into sections known as The Dark Peak, The White Peak, The Staffordshire Moorlands and the Derbyshire Dales. The cities of...
The Peak District National Park is extensive and diverse and can be divided into sections known as The Dark Peak, The White Peak, The Staffordshire Moorlands and the Derbyshire Dales. The cities of...
Bamford Bamford is more than just a station on the Hope Valley line between Hope and Hathersage, although first time visiting passengers stepping off a train here could be forgiven for thinking...
Bamford is a former mill-village situated on the slopes between Bamford Edge and the River Derwent in The Peak District. There is a lot more to the village than can be seen when just passing through...
Click here for a map. This impressive area is easily reached via the A57 (Snake Pass) some 10 miles from Chesterfield, 16 miles from Sheffield and Manchester and is very popular with large...
  The Peak District is a land of great diversity split between the northern moors and wilderness areas of the Dark Peak, with dark grit stone tors and crags shaped by the weather forming...
The River Derwent, some 50 odd miles in length, is the longest river in Derbyshire. Apart from it's short passage through the City of Derby it is a completely rural river, finally joining the River...
  Over 100 years ago the Derwent Valley in North Derbyshire was identified as having all the necessary attributes for water storage to satisfy the growing needs of the local population...
There is a wide variety of fishing opportunities in Derbyshire. The rivers of the Derbyshire Peak District, the Wye, the Dove, the Lathkill, the Derwent and others are world famous as the historic...
Ladybower Fisheries Priddock House, Ashopton Road, Bamford, Hope Valley, Derbyshire, S33 0AZ. Tel: 01433 651254. Set in beautiful countryside in the Derbyshire Peak District, it is one of the...