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Digley Reservoir, Holme

4.8
#30 of 57 in Nature in Lake District
Water Body · Hidden Gem · Nature / Park
Digley Reservoir is a lake located downstream of Bilberry Reservoir, 2 miles (3.2 km) south west of Holmfirth, in West Yorkshire, England. The reservoir was planned during the 1930s, with much land being bought for its construction, but it was not completed until 1954.

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  • Firstly, car parking is free! The place itself is stunning and isn't too complicated a walk. Can take about an hour to walk around but most likely will take longer as you stop to admire how beautiful....  more »
  • We parked at Holme by the school. We then made our way up to the footpath. We branched off left so we could take the circular route. An easy path to walk on with some minor inclines. Lovely views all....  more »
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  • Great place to take dogs for a walk. Beautiful views.
  • Stunningly beautiful........enough said!
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